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References: "MANUAL OF THE LIVING CONIDAE" - Vol 1, 1995 by Roeckel et al (C, Plate/Nr.) & "A CONCHOLOGICAL ICONOGRAPHY - The Family Conidae" by Monteiro et al (Year, Plate/Nr.)

CONIDAE L-Z  - ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Conus laterculatus Sowerby III, 1870 Philippines  40-45mm, tan/grey with brown spots  F++/GEM  8.00
Conus legatus Lamarck, 1810 Solomon Islands  under 25mm, with typical tented pattern  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus legatus Lamarck, 1810 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, nice tented pattern, typical for species  F++/GEM  10.00
Conus legatus Lamarck, 1810 Solomon Islands  over 30mm, nice tented pattern, typical for species  F++/GEM  15.00
Conus lenavati Da Motta & Roeckel, 1982 Philippines  40-50mm, white with brown blotched bands  F++/GEM  10.00
Conus lenavati Da Motta & Roeckel, 1982 Philippines  50-60mm, white with brown blocks forming bands  F++/GEM  20.00
Conus lenavati Da Motta & Roeckel, 1982 Philippines  60-70mm, white with browns blocks forming bands, large for species  F++/GEM  30.00
Conus lentiginosus Reeve, 1843 India  25-35mm, a broad shouldered species with tail spire  F++    6.00
Conus lentiginosus Reeve, 1843 India  35-40mm, a broad shouldered species with tail spire   F++  10.00
Conus leopardus (Roeding, 1798) QLD, Australia  50-80mm, large spots  F++/GEM  3.00
Conus leopardus (Roeding, 1798) Western Australia  under 100mm, typical  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus leopardus (Roeding, 1798) Western Australia  100-120mm, large for species  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus leopardus (Roeding, 1798) Western Australia  120-140mm, very large  F++  20.00
Conus leopardus (Roeding, 1798) Western Australia  Over 140mm, giants  F++  30.00
Conus lienardi Bernardi & Crosse, 1861 New Caledonia  25-30mm, very dark form  F++/GEM   45.00
Conus limpusi Roeckel & Korn, 1990 QLD, Australia  30-40mm, nicely banded  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus limpusi Roeckel & Korn, 1990 QLD, Australia  30-40mm, nicely banded, dead but good  dead  4.00
Conus limpusi Roeckel & Korn, 1990 QLD, Australia  35-45mm, form albellus, larger, paler & with re-curved anterior canal  F++/GEM  15.00
Conus limpusi Roeckel & Korn, 1990 QLD, Australia  35-45mm, form albellus, larger, paler & with re-curved anterior canal   Dead  5.00
Conus lischkeanus Weinkauff, 1875 Western Australia  35-40mm, typical without banding  F++  6.00
Conus lischkeanus Weinkauff, 1875 Western Australia   40-45mm, predominantly yellow/orange with yellow banded body  F++  8.00
Conus lischkeanus Weinkauff, 1875 Western Australia   45-50mm, typical  F++  12.00
Conus lischkeanus Weinkauff, 1875 Western Australia  45-50mm, typical  F+  5.00
Conus lischkeanus Weinkauff, 1875 Western Australia  over 50mm, very large for W.A.  F++  25.00
Conus lischkeanus Weinkauff, 1875 Western Australia  over 50mm, very large for W.A.  F/F+  10.00
Conus litteratus Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  under 90mm, typical with some yellow  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus litteratus Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  90-100mm, large for species  F++/GEM  10.00
Conus litteratus Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  100-120mm, giants  F++/GEM  20.00
Conus litoglyphus Bruguiere, 1792 Indonesia  30-40mm, wide central bands  F++  4.00
Conus litoglyphus Bruguiere, 1792 Indonesia  40-45mm, wide central bands  F++  5.00
Conus litoglyphus Bruguiere, 1792 Indonesia  Over 45mm, hard to get this size  F++  8.00
Conus litoglyphus Bruguiere, 1792 Marquesas Is.  35-40mm, widest central band for this species  F++/GEM  10.00
Conus lividus Hwass, 1792 QLD, Australia 35-45mm, typical form, coronated spire  F++  2.00
Conus lividus Hwass, 1792 QLD, Australia 45-55mm, very good condition for this species  F++  4.00
Conus lizardensis Crosse, 1865     QLD, Australia 30-40mm, broad strongly ribbed sp (pic Wilson, Vol. II, plate 47, 12A) F++  25.00
Conus lizardensis Crosse, 1865     QLD, Australia 30-40mm, broad strongly ribbed sp (pic Wilson, Vol. II, plate 47, 12A) Dead  8.00
Conus locumtenens Blumenbach, 1791 Djibouti  30-35mm, blue/white triangles on brown/black, angular shoulder  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus locumtenens Blumenbach, 1791 Djibouti  35-40mm, blue/white triangles on brown/black, angular shoulder  F++/GEM  15.00
Conus longurionis Kiener, 1845 Philippines  25-30mm, pale shell - very tapered  F+/F++  25.00
Conus loroisii Kiener, 1845 India  40-45mm, typical banded form  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus lucidus Wood, 1828 Galapagos Islands  under 15mm, checkerboard pattern  F++ 8.00
Conus lucidus Wood, 1828 Galapagos Islands  15-20mm, checkerboard pattern  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus lucidus Wood, 1828 Galapagos Islands  over 25mm, very large for this species, with checkerboard pattern  F+  12.00
Conus luquei Rolan & Trovao, 1990 Cape Verde Islands 25-28mm, variable sp, very fine pattern of brown lines on yellow F++/GEM 20.00
Conus lynceus Sowerby II, 1858 Philippines  65-70mm, brown spotted pattern  F++/GEM  15.00
Conus magnificus Reeve, 1843 Marquesas Islands 50-55mm, rare from this location  F++/GEM  45.00
Conus magnificus Reeve, 1843 Marquesas Islands 55-60mm, dark but typical.  GEM  75.00
Conus magnificus Reeve, 1843 Solomon Islands  40-50mm, busy patterns  F++  35.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Fiji  40-50mm, dark brown blotches on pale background  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 New Caledonia  50-55mm, orange base with dark fine cords  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia 40-50mm, typical pale colours  F++ 4.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia 50-60mm, typical pale colours  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  60-80mm, form assimilis, superb variable patterns of black/brown blotches  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia 50-60mm, form carinatus, Chesterfield Reef, plain yellow, orange bands  F++/GEM 12.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758  Philippines  50-65mm, form carinatus, cream, 2 darker tan/brown bands with fine lines  F++/GEM 5.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  45-55mm, form cernohorskyi, short, robust, blotched brown bands on white F++  15.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 New Caledonia  40-50mm, form circae, cream with 2 tan/brown bands, fine dark spiral lines  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Papua New Guinea  35-45mm, form epistomioides, narrow elegant form, dark brown blotches  F++/GEM 10.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia  45-55mm, form magus, white with 2 yellow bands, fine dark spiral lines F++/GEM 5.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Fiji 35-45mm, form magus, slender, brown/grey blotches, some fine lines F++/GEM 8.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Papua New Guinea 40-50mm, PNG form of magus, very slender, dark chocolate blotches F++/GEM 8.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Papua New Guinea  45-55mm, form magus, pale yellow / orange banded shells  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines 40-50mm, form magus wholesale offer - 6 colours typical for Philippines  F++/GEM 28.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Solomon Islands  35-45mm, form magus, slender with darker bands, black spots and lines  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines   40-50mm, form Olongo Island, pale grey / blue and yellow on white F++/GEM 8.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  45-55mm, form raphanus, broad angular shoulder, two pale orange bands F++/GEM 8.00
Conus magus Linnaeus, 1758  Philippines  55-65mm, form ustulatus, pale cream shells with rounded shoulder  F++/GEM 5.00
Conus mahogani Reeve, 1843 Mexico  20-25mm, dark shells  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus mahogani Reeve, 1843 Mexico  over 25mm, typical dark shells but large  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus maioensis Trovao et al, 1990 Cape Verde Islands  20-22mm, dark brown pattern on a blue/grey background  F++/GEM 20.00
Conus malacanus Hwass, 1792 India  40-50mm, typical  F++ 6.00
Conus maldivus Hwass, 1792 Tanzania  50-60mm, typical form  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus maldivus Hwass, 1792 Tanzania  45-50mm, typical form  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus maldivus Hwass, 1792 Red Sea  40-50mm, was called spirogloxus - pale yellow form  F++/GEM 12.00
Conus marchionatus Hinds, 1843 Marquesas Islands under 30mm, spectacular patterns, some with operc  F++/GEM 20.00
Conus marchionatus Hinds, 1843 Marquesas Islands 30-35mm, spectacular patterns, some with operc  F++/GEM 30.00
Conus marchionatus Hinds, 1843 Marquesas Islands 35-40mm, spectacular patterns, some with operc  F++/GEM 50.00
Conus marchionatus Hinds, 1843 Marquesas Islands 40-45mm, spectacular patterns, some with operc  F++/GEM 65.00
Conus marchionatus Hinds, 1843 Marquesas Islands 45-50mm, spectacular patterns, some with operc  F++/GEM 100.00
Conus marchionatus Hinds, 1843 Marquesas Islands over 50mm, spectacular patterns, some with operc  F++/GEM 250.00
Conus marchionatus Hinds, 1843 Marquesas Islands under 45mm, varied patterns, dead but very good  F/F+ 20.00
Conus marchionatus Hinds, 1843 Marquesas Islands 45-50mm, varied patterns, dead but very good  F/F+ 30.00
Conus marchionatus Hinds, 1843 Marquesas Islands 50-55mm, varied patterns, dead but very good  F/F+ 50.00
Conus marmoreus Linnaeus, 1758 New Caledonia  30-40mm, form suffusus, rare white form  F++/GEM 40.00
Conus marmoreus Linnaeus, 1758 QLD  55-60mm, form typical, typical  F++/GEM 3.00
Conus marmoreus Linnaeus, 1758 QLD  70-80mm, form typical, typical  F++/GEM 5.00
Conus marmoreus Linnaeus, 1758 New Caledonia  40-50mm, form crosseanus, dark pattern  F++/GEM 25.00
Conus melvilli Sowerby III, 1859 Oman  18-22mm, typical for species, was called boschi  F++/GEM 15.00
Conus memiae Habe & Kosuge, 1970 Philippines  20-23mm, various colours, typical  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus memiae Habe & Kosuge, 1970 Philippines  over 23mm, various colours, very large for species  F++/GEM 7.00
Conus mercator Linnaeus, 1758 Western Africa  20-25mm, yellow bands  F++/GEM 7.00
Conus mercator Linnaeus, 1758 Senegal   25-30mm, typical and striking  F++/GEM 10.00
Conus mercator Linnaeus, 1758 Senegal  30-35mm, giant shells with black & white band on yellow background  F++/GEM 15.00
Conus messiasi Rolan & Fernandes, 1990 Cape Verde Islands 22-24mm, pale tan/green with light band and dark anterior canal F++/GEM 15.00
Conus miles Linnaeus, 1758 East Africa  60-80mm, nice dark shells  F++ 10.00
Conus miles Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia 50-60mm, typical, w/o  F++ 5.00
Conus miles Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  60-80mm, very large  F++ 8.00
Conus milesi E. A. Smith, 1887 Red Sea  27mm, heavily sculptured  F+/F++ sold out
Conus miliaris Hwass, 1792 Okinawa  25-30mm, form fulgetrum, North-West Pacific form  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus miliaris Hwass, 1792 QLD, Australia  25-30mm, typical form  F++/GEM 3.00
Conus milneedwardsi Jousseaume, 1894 India  under 80mm, tall elegant shells  F+/F++  30.00
Conus milneedwardsi Jousseaume, 1894 India  80-100mm, tall & elegant - super shells  F++/GEM  100.00
Conus milneedwardsi Jousseaume, 1894 India  80-100mm, tall elegant shells  F+/F++ 80.00
Conus milneedwardsi Jousseaume, 1894 India  over 100mm, large and spectacular  F+/F++ 120.00
Conus mindanus Hwass, 1792 Brazil  18-20mm, mottled brown coloured  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus mindanus Hwass, 1792 Brazil  18-20mm, lovely orange - yellow shells  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus minnamurra (Garrard,1961)    QLD, Australia  35-40mm, dead shells  Good sold out 
Conus mitratus Hwass, 1792 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, typical forms  F++ 12.00
Conus moluccensis Kuester, 1838 Papua New Guinea   40-45mm, typical  F++/GEM 35.00
Conus moncuri Filmer, 2005     Philippines  110-130mm, representative for very rare cone, slightly polished / filed lip 150.00
Conus monile Hwass, 1792 Singapore  under 55mm, banded patterns, variable colours  F++  4.00
Conus monile Hwass, 1792 Singapore  over 55mm, typical and broader  F++/GEM 7.00
Conus moreleti Crosse, 1858 Indonesia  25-30mm, nice and dark sp  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus moreleti Crosse, 1858 Hawaii  25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus moreleti Crosse, 1858 Marquesas Islands under 30mm, distinct and possibly different  F++/GEM 10.00
Conus moreleti Crosse, 1858 Marquesas Islands  30-40mm, distinct with very purple anterior  F++/GEM 12.00
Conus moreleti Crosse, 1858 Marquesas Islands over 40mm, slender coronated cone with very purple anterior  F++ 20.00
Conus mozambicus Hwass, 1792 South Africa  40-45mm, typical rough condition  F/F+ 6.00
Conus mozambicus Hwass, 1792 South Africa  40-45mm, typical  F++/GEM  15.00
Conus mucronatus Reeve, 1843 Rabaul, PNG  30-35mm, heavily banded, some with ribs  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus mucronatus Reeve, 1843 Rabaul, PNG  35-40mm, heavily banded, some with ribs  F++/GEM  9.00
Conus muriculatus Sowerby I, 1833 Indonesia  20-30mm, banded yellow & white with purple anterior  F++/GEM  4.00
Conus muriculatus Sowerby I, 1833 Indonesia  30-40mm, banded yellow & white with purple anterior  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus muriculatus Sowerby I, 1833 Indonesia  20-30mm, heavily pustulose form  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus mus (Hwass in Bruguiere, 1792) Bahamas  20-30mm, pale background with tan blotched pattern  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus mus (Hwass in Bruguiere, 1792) Bahamas  30-35mm, pale background with tan blotched pattern  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus musicus Hwass, 1792 Indonesia  15-20mm, very variable with blue and brown bands  F++ 2.00
Conus mustelinus Hwass, 1792 Indonesia  40-50mm, lovely banded shells  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus mustelinus Hwass, 1792 Philippines  50-55mm, lovely banded shells  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus mutabilis Reeve, 1844 India  50mm, not offered recently  F++ sold out
Conus nahoniarensis DaMotta, 1986 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, slate grey with brown pattern  F++/GEM  85.00
Conus namocanus Hwass, 1792 East Africa  50-60mm, typical  F+/F++ 10.00
Conus namocanus Hwass, 1792  Madagascar   50-70mm, form striped, darker and more heavily lined form  F++/GEM  15.00
Conus natalis Sowerby II, 1857-58 South Africa  25-30mm, form gilchristi, pale background and brown markings  F/F+ 30.00
Conus natalis Sowerby II, 1857-58 South Africa  25-30mm, form gilchristi, dead but good  12.00
Conus natalis Sowerby II, 1857-58 South Africa  40-50mm, super live taken shells, very variable  F++/GEM  85.00
Conus natalis Sowerby II, 1857-58 South Africa  40-50mm, super live taken shells, very variable & with growth line  F+/F++ 45.00
Conus neptunus Reeve, 1843 Philippines  50-60mm, typical  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus nielsenae Marsh, 1962 QLD, Australia 35-45mm pale cream shells  F++  45.00
Conus nielsenae Marsh, 1962 QLD, Australia Over 45mm pale cream shells  F++  75.00
Conus nimbosus Hwass, 1792 Mozambique  35-40mm, finely patterned with dark dashes  F++/GEM  20.00
Conus nimbosus Hwass, 1792 Mozambique  35-40mm, finely patterned with dark dashes  F+/F++ 10.00
Conus nitidus Reeve, 1843 Philippines  18-22mm, with orange spotted pattern, pink protoconch F++/GEM  12.00
Conus nobilis Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines   25-30mm, typical form  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus nobilis Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  30-35mm, typical shells  F++/GEM 12.00
Conus nobilis Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines   35-40mm, typical shells  F++/GEM  15.00
Conus nobilis Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  40-50mm, ssp skinneri, gorgeous dark brown/gold, white triangles F+/F++  55.00
Conus nobilis Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  25-35mm, subspecies victor, tan sp. with dark bands  F++/GEM  45.00
Conus nobilis Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  35-45mm, subspecies victor, tan sp. with dark bands  F++/GEM  sold out
Conus nodulosus Sowerby lI, 1864 Western Australia  30-40mm, pale tented shells with pink interior  F++/GEM  15.00
Conus nodulosus Sowerby lI, 1864 Western Australia  30-40mm, pale tented shells with pink interior  F++ 10.00
Conus nodulosus Sowerby lI, 1864 Western Australia  40-50mm, pale tented shells with pink interior  F++/GEM  20.00
Conus nodulosus Sowerby lI, 1864 Western Australia  40-50mm, pale tented shells with pink interior  F+/F++ 12.00
Conus nucleus Reeve, 1848 Indonesia  15-20mm, variety of colours, orange, pink, brown  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus nucleus Reeve, 1848 Indonesia  over 20mm, variety of colours, orange, pink, brown  F++ 6.00
Conus nussatella Linnaeus, 1758 Marquesas Islands  35-40mm, rare from here  F++/GEM 10.00
Conus nussatella Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  20-40mm, typical form  F++/GEM 2.00
Conus nussatella Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  40-50mm, nice shells with brown spots  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus nussatella Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia 50-60mm, large and spectacular - rare from here  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus nussatella Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia 60-80mm, large and spectacular - rare from here  F++/GEM 15.00
Conus nux Broderip, 1833 Clipperton, Pacific  22-25mm, from rare location, nicely brown banded  F++/GEM 5.00
Conus nux Broderip, 1833 Mexico  20-22mm, typical sp. with vertical brown lines in bands  F++/GEM 3.00
Conus obscurus Sowerby, 1833 Marquesas Islands 22-25mm, dark but typical  F++/GEM 5.00
Conus obscurus Sowerby, 1833 Indonesia  25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus ochroleucus Gmelin, 1791 Philippines  58-65mm  F++/GEM  8.00
Conus ochroleucus Gmelin, 1791 Fiji  40-55mm, form tmetus, very dark orange brown  F++  25.00
Conus oishii Shikama, 1977 Southern Taiwan  30-35mm, tall delicate cone, brown mottled pattern on grey  F++  15.00
Conus oishii Shikama, 1977 Southern Taiwan  30-35mm, tall delicate cone, brown mottled pattern on grey  GEM  25.00
Conus omaria Hwass, 1792 North QLD, Australia  50-60mm, very busy pattern  GEM 8.00
Conus omaria Hwass, 1792 Indonesia  60-70mm, typical  GEM 10.00
Conus orbignyi Audouin, 1831 Japan  40-50mm, tall slender shells with 3 body bands  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus orbignyi Audouin, 1831 South Africa  57mm, form elokismenos, South African form of orbignyi  F+/F++ 15.00
Conus orion Broderip, 1833 Western Mexico  25-30mm, variable colours incl. tan and brown  F++/GEM  30.00
Conus pagodus Kiener, 1845 Philippines  30-40mm, ribbed cone with constricted anterior region  F+  5.00
Conus pagodus Kiener, 1845 Philippines  30-40mm, ribbed cone with constricted anterior region  F++  10.00
Conus papilliferus Sowerby I, 1834 NSW, Australia  20-30mm, blue/grey, very bulbous, possibly a form of anemone F++/GEM  12.00
Conus parius Reeve, 1843 Fiji  20-30mm, pale yellow form  F++/GEM 5.00
Conus parius Reeve, 1843 Fiji  30-40mm, yellow form  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus parius Reeve, 1843 Fiji  20-30mm, shells with perio intact   F++/GEM  5.00
Conus patricius Hinds, 1843  Panama  under 60mm, nice tapered shells  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus patricius Hinds, 1843  Panama  60-70mm, nice tapered shells  F++/GEM 10.00
Conus patricius Hinds, 1843  Panama  over 70mm, nice tapered shells  F++/GEM 12.00
Conus pealii Green, 1830 Florida  12-20mm, mottled brown and white cone with high spire  F++/GEM 10.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Reunion Island  45mm, form also known as 'C. rubropennatus'  F++/GEM 60.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Red Sea  40-45mm, typical form  F++/GEM sold out
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Oman  60mm, very broad and colourful  F++/GEM sold out
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Hawaii  40-50mm, broad and pale pattern  F++/GEM 15.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Mozambique   50-55mm, form bazarutensis, lavender angular sp, purple/brown pattern F++/GEM  45.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Mozambique  35-40mm, f. bazarutensis, broad, lavender, angular, purple/brown pattern F++/GEM  20.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Madagascar  40-50mm, form behelokensis, nice orange pattern  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Mauritius  40-50mm, form episcopus, pale with sparse pattern  F++/GEM 20.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Hawaii  30-40mm, form pennaceus, broad and heavy  F++/GEM  8.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Mozambique  40-50mm, form praelatus, blue "tent" markings  F++/GEM 10.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Madagascar  45-55mm, f vezoi, superb, fine black lines, some with white triangles F++/GEM 15.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Madagascar  over 55mm, f vezoi, superb, fine black lines, some w. white triangles F++/GEM 20.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Madagascar  35-45mm, form tsara, chocolate brown shells with blue triangular pattern  F++/GEM 10.00
Conus pennaceus Born, 1778 Madagascar  over 45mm, f. tsara, chocolate brown, blue triangle pattern, rare this size F++/GEM 15.00
Conus pergrandis Iredale, 1937  Philippines  under 80mm, tall, tapered - with brown blotches on white background F+/F++  25.00
Conus pergrandis Iredale, 1937 Philippines  80-90mm, tall, tapered - with brown blotches on white background  F+/F++  45.00
Conus pergrandis Iredale, 1937 Philippines  90-100mm, tall, tapered - with brown blotches on white background  F+/F++  65.00
Conus perplexus Sowerby II, 1857-58 Mexico  25-30mm, tan bands with purple interior  F++ 5.00
Conus pertusus Hwass, 1792 QLD, Australia  25-30mm, smooth form, bright orange/red shells with yellow/green spire F++/GEM  3.00
Conus pertusus Hwass, 1792 QLD, Australia  30-35mm, smooth form, bright orange/red shells with yellow/green spire F++/GEM  4.00
Conus pertusus Hwass, 1792 Philippines   35-40mm, ribbed form, orange/red with yellow/green spire - large F++/GEM  6.00
Conus philippi Kiener, 1845 Florida  31mm, form of C. floridianus  F+ sold out
Conus pictus Reeve, 1843    South Africa  28-30mm, beached shells, interesting colours  Good sold out
Conus planorbis Born, 1778 QLD, Australia 30-40mm, typical for species  F++/GEM 3.00
Conus planorbis Born, 1778 QLD, Australia 40-50mm, form vitulinus, heavy brown banded form  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus planorbis Born, 1778 QLD, Australia 50-55mm, form vitulinus, heavy brown banded form F++/GEM 6.00
Conus poormani Berry, 1968 Western Panama  30-40mm, high spired shells with brown blotches on white  F++/GEM  8.00
Conus poormani Berry, 1968 Western Panama  30-40mm, high spired shells with brown blotches on white  F+/F++  5.00
Conus poormani Berry, 1968 Western Panama  40-50mm, high spired shells with brown blotches on white  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus poormani Berry, 1968 Western Panama  50-60mm, high spired shells with brown blotches on white  F+/F++  6.00
Conus praecellens A Adams, 1854 Philippines  40-50mm, various colours & patterns  F++/ GEM  3.00
Conus pretiosus Nevill & Nevill, 1874 Thailand  40-60mm, brown speckled pattern  F++  60.00
Conus princeps Linnaeus, 1758 Mexico  35-45mm, typical form, heavy vertical lines  F++ 8.00
Conus princeps Linnaeus, 1758 Mexico  45-50mm, typical form, heavy vertical lines  F++ 10.00
Conus princeps Linnaeus, 1758 Mexico  50-60mm, typical form, heavy vertical lines, super large sp  F++ 20.00
Conus princeps Linnaeus, 1758 Panama  20-25mm, form apogrammatus, yellow form, no lines  F++ 7.00
Conus princeps Linnaeus, 1758 Panama  45-50mm, form apogrammatus, yellow form, no lines  F++ 10.00
Conus princeps Linnaeus, 1758 Panama  over 50mm, form apogrammatus, very large yellow form, no lines  F++ 15.00
Conus princeps Linnaeus, 1758 Mexico  35-40mm, form lineolatus, very fine longitudinal lines  F++ 10.00
Conus princeps Linnaeus, 1758 Mexico  40-45mm, form lineolatus, very fine longitudinal lines  F+/F++ 15.00
Conus princeps Linnaeus, 1758 Mexico  over 45mm, form lineolatus, very fine longitudinal lines  F+/F++ 20.00
Conus proximus Sowerby II, 1859 Philippines  30-35mm, striking shells with orange/brown stripes on body whorl.  F++/GEM  15.00
Conus pseudonivifer Monteiro, Tenorio et al, 2004 Cape Verde Islands 30-35mm, brown dashes on blue/grey background F++/GEM 50.00
Conus pulcher Lightfoot, 1786 Senegal  60-80mm, cream colour with bands of brown dots and blotches  F++/GEM 12.00
Conus pulcher Lightfoot, 1786 Senegal  80-100mm, cream colour with bands of brown dots and blotches  F++/GEM 25.00
Conus pulcher Lightfoot, 1786 Senegal  100-120mm, cream colour with bands of brown dots and blotches  F++  30.00
Conus pulcher Lightfoot, 1786 Senegal  over 120mm, cream, bands of brown dots/blotches, large for species  F++  45.00
Conus pulicarius Hwass, 1792 Cocos/Keeling Islands 30-40mm, typical with fine black spots  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus pulicarius Hwass, 1792 Zanzibar  30-40mm, with heavy black spots  F++/GEM 3.00
Conus puncticulatus Hwass, 1792  Mexico  18-20mm, brown dashes on body whorl  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus puncticulatus Hwass, 1792  West Indies  18-20mm, form columba, very inflated white shells  F++  4.00
Conus purpurascens Sowerby I, 1833 Mexico  30mm, typical  F++ 3.00
Conus purpurascens Sowerby I, 1833 Mexico  over 40mm, typical growth lines, w/o  F++ 4.00
Conus purpurascens Sowerby I, 1833 Mexico  over 50mm, typical growth lines  F++ 6.00
Conus purpurascens Sowerby I, 1833 Mexico  over 60mm, super giant shells  F++ 12.00
Conus queenslandis Da Motta, 1984 QLD, Australia 70-90mm, cream with bands of orange, distinct from tribblei  F+/F++   20.00
Conus queenslandis Da Motta, 1984 QLD, Australia 70-90mm, cream with orange bands, super condition for this cone  F++   45.00
Conus queenslandis Da Motta, 1984 QLD, Australia over 90mm, cream with bands of orange, distinct from tribblei  F+/F++  35.00
Conus queenslandis Da Motta, 1984 QLD, Australia over 100mm, cream with bands of orange, giant super shells  F+/F++  50.00
Conus quercinus (Lightfoot, 1786)   Malaysia  40-50mm, typical, very yellow  F++/GEM  2.00
Conus quercinus (Lightfoot, 1786) QLD, Australia  50-60mm, typical, with fine darker lines  F++/GEM  3.00
Conus quercinus (Lightfoot, 1786) Marquesas Islands  45-50mm, fine brown bands  F++/GEM  4.00
Conus quercinus (Lightfoot, 1786) Marquesas Islands 50-55mm, typical for species  F++/GEM  5.00
Conus radiatus Gmelin, 1791 Philippines  40-50mm, typical orange specimens  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus radiatus Gmelin, 1791 Philippines  50-60mm, large for species  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus rattus Hwass, 1792 Western Australia  30-35mm, no central band  F++ 4.00
Conus rattus Hwass, 1792 Western Australia  30-35mm, white blotches on body whorl  F++/GEM  3.00
Conus rattus Hwass, 1792 Western Australia  35-40mm, white blotches on body whorl  F++/GEM  4.00
Conus recluzianus Bernardi, 1853 Philippines   under 60mm, typical  F++ 8.00
Conus recluzianus Bernardi, 1853 Philippines  60-70mm, typical form  F++ 10.00
Conus recluzianus Bernardi, 1853 Philippines  over 70mm, giant for species  F++ 12.00
Conus recurvus Broderip, 1833 Mexico  under 50mm, banded pattern  F++ 6.00
Conus recurvus Broderip, 1833 Mexico  over 50mm, banded pattern  F++ 10.00
Conus reductaspiralis Walls, 1979 Western Australia  25-30mm, f. thevenardensis (Da Motta, 1987), white form F++/GEM 6.00
Conus reductaspiralis Walls, 1979 Western Australia 30-35mm, form thevenardensis, white form - rare this size F++/GEM 12.00
Conus reductaspiralis Walls, 1979 Western Australia  25-30mm, small and yellow  F++/GEM 3.00
Conus reductaspiralis Walls, 1979 Western Australia  30-35mm, pale yellow with brown anterior  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus reductaspiralis Walls, 1979 Western Australia  35-40mm, rare this size  F++/GEM 12.00
Conus regius Gmelin, 1791 Curacao  30-40mm, typical & chunky  F++/GEM  5.00
Conus regius Gmelin, 1791 Florida  40-45mm, nice colours and patterns, w/o  F++/GEM  8.00
Conus regius Gmelin, 1791 Florida  over 45mm, nice colours and patterns, w/o  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus regius Gmelin, 1791 Florida  40-50mm, form citrinus, rare yellow form, w/o  F++/GEM  25.00
Conus regularis Sowerby, 1833 Mexico  30-40mm, nice patterns  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus regularis Sowerby, 1833 Mexico   Over 40mm, large for species  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus retifer Menke, 1829 Marquesas Islands 30-35mm, spectacular specimens, very rare from here  F++/GEM 30.00
Conus retifer Menke, 1829 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, variable patterns  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus retifer Menke, 1829 Solomon Islands  30-35mm, variable patterns  F++/GEM 15.00
Conus rogmartini Da Motta, 1982 Philippines  30-35mm, angular cone, pale peach with darker bands  F++/GEM  35.00
Conus rogmartini Da Motta, 1982 Philippines  30-35mm, angular cone, pale peach with darker bands  F+/F++  20.00
Conus rolani  Roeckel, 1986 Philippines  45-55mm, coursely sculptured shells with coronated spire F++/GEM  10.00
Conus roseorapum  Raybaudi & Da Motta,1990 Philippines  35-40mm, elegantly tapered shells, pale lavender with tan bands F++/GEM  20.00
Conus roseorapum  Raybaudi & Da Motta,1990 Philippines  40-45mm, elegantly tapered shells, pale lavender with tan bands F++/GEM  25.00
Conus rufimaculosus MacPherson, 1959 QLD, Australia  35-40mm, depressed spire form  F++/GEM 20.00
Conus rufimaculosus MacPherson, 1959 QLD, Australia over 40mm, depressed spire form F++/GEM 30.00
Conus rutilus Menke, 1843 Western Australia  10-12mm, almost always dead, many colours  Good 3.00
Conus rutilus Menke, 1843 Western Australia  10-12mm, wholesale offer - colour set of 5x sp incl. red/yellow/brown, dead Good 10.00
Conus saecularis Melvill, 1898 Philippines  20-25mm, finely tapered cone  F++/GEM 12.00
Conus saecularis Melvill, 1898 Philippines  Over 25mm, finely tapered cone  F++/GEM 20.00
Conus salreiensis Rolan, 1980 Cape Verde Islands   18-20mm, chocolate brown & cream bands  F++/GEM sold out
Conus salreiensis Rolan, 1980 Cape Verde Islands  25-28mm, chocolate brown & cream bands  F++/GEM 30.00
Conus sanguinolentus Quoy & Gaimard,1834 QLD, Australia 35-40mm, olive green/brown  F++ 4.00
Conus sazanka Shikama, 1970 Philippines   20-30mm, lovely orange shells  F++/GEM 20.00
Conus sazanka Shikama, 1970  South Africa  25-30mm, orange shells, dead but good  dead 10.00
Conus scalaris Valenciennes, 1832 Mexico  25-30mm, tall spired graceful shells  F++ 20.00
Conus sculletti Marsh, 1962 QLD, Australia  30-40mm, typical  F+/F++ 25.00
Conus sculletti Marsh, 1962 QLD, Australia  30-40mm, typical orange blotches on white, dead but good daed 10.00
Conus sertacinctus Roeckel, 1986 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, brown speckled, often aka alveolus F++/GEM 30.00
Conus shikamai Coomans et al, 1985 Philippines  30-40mm, nicely banded cone  F++/GEM 40.00
Conus sieboldii Reeve, 1848 Taiwan  60-65mm, predominantly white with some brown  F+/F++ 8.00
Conus sieboldii Reeve, 1848 Japan  60-65mm, typical for species  F++ 10.00
Conus sowerbyi Sowerby II, 1857 Philippines  30-35mm, brown flecks  F++/GEM 6.00
Conus spectrum Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  30-35mm, wide variety of patterns  F++/GEM  4.00
Conus spectrum Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  35-40mm, wide variety of patterns  F++/GEM  5.00
Conus spectrum Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  35-40mm, form stillatus, broken pattern  F++ 10.00
Conus spectrum Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  45-50mm, typical patterns  F+/F++ 12.00
Conus spectrum Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia   35-45mm, more slender than WA form  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus spectrum Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  35-40mm, dark brown pattern  F+/F++ 3.00
Conus spiceri Bartsch & Rehder, 1943 Hawaii  130mm, super condition for this size  F+/F++ 300.00
Conus spiceri Bartsch & Rehder, 1943 Hawaii  120mm, with perio and operc, rare this size and condition F++ 250.00
Conus spirofilis Habe & Kosuge, 1970 Philippines  20-25mm, intricate pattern of brown and tan  F++/GEM 30.00
Conus splendidulus Sowerby I, 1833 Aden  50-55mm, brown with white blotched pattern  F++/GEM sold out
Conus splendidulus Sowerby I, 1833 Aden  40-50mm, brown with white blotched pattern  F/F+  10.00
Conus sponsalis Hwass, 1792 QLD, Australia 18-20mm, brown zigzag vertical lines  F++/GEM  3.00
Conus sponsalis Hwass, 1792 Western Australia  18-20mm, form nanus, white with purple anterior canal  F++/GEM 3.00
Conus spurius Gmelin, 1791 Florida  30-40mm, spotted pattern, colourful shells  F++/GEM  5.00
Conus spurius Gmelin, 1791 Florida  40-50mm, nicely patterned shells  F++/GEM  6.00
Conus spurius Gmelin, 1791 Florida  50-60mm, nicely patterned shells  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus spurius Gmelin, 1791 Florida  50-60mm, typical banded pattern, dead but good dead 3.00
Conus spurius Gmelin, 1791 Colombia  40-50mm, form phlogopus, nice dark pattern  F++/GEM  20.00
Conus spurius Gmelin, 1791 Colombia  30-40mm, form phlogopus, nice dark pattern  F++/GEM  12.00
Conus stearnsii Conrad, 1869 Florida  15-18mm, tall spired, with brown speckled pattern F++/GEM 4.00
Conus stearnsii Conrad, 1869 Florida  18-20mm, tall spired, with brown speckled pattern - rare this size F++/GEM 8.00
Conus stercusmuscarum Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  30-40mm, white background with dense pattern of black spots  F++/GEM 3.00
Conus stercusmuscarum Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  40-50mm, white background with dense pattern of black spots  F++/GEM 5.00
Conus stercusmuscarum Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  over 50mm, white with dense pattern of black spots, rare this size  F++/GEM 8.00
Conus stocki Coomans et al, 1990 Oman 25-30mm, slender elegant sp, brown blotches on pale background F++/GEM 25.00
Conus stramineus Lamarck, 1810 Philippines  35-40mm, brown banding on slate grey  F++/GEM 4.00
Conus striatellus Link, 1807 East Africa  40-50mm, variable patterns  F++ 6.00
Conus striatellus Link, 1807 Madagascar  30-35mm, pretty patterns  F++ 3.00
Conus striatus Linnaeus, 1758 Bombay, India  65-70mm, form subfloridus, as per (C, 45/1)