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EPITONIIDAE ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Epitonium albidum d'Orbigny, 1842 Bahamas  6-8mm, small white species  F++   6.00
Epitonium angulatum Say, 1830 Florida, USA 18-20mm, typical white sp  F++    4.00
Epitonium auritum Sowerby, 1844 QLD, Australia 25mm, one only - typical sp  F++    20.00
Opalia australis Lamarck, 1822 Margaret River, WA 14-20mm, typical live collected, w/o  F++    8.00
Opalia australis Lamarck, 1822 Western Australia 18-30mm, typical dead sp  dead    3.00
Epitonium barissum Iredale, 1936 Albany, WA 16mm, one only, dead but good, typical  dead    12.00
Epitonium basicum Dall, 1917 Baja California  8-12mm, small but robust species  F++    4.00
Gyroscala coronata Lamarck, 1816 South Africa 15-30mm, typical  F++    12.00
Gyroscala coronata Lamarck, 1816 South Africa 15-30mm, dead but good dead    3.00
Clathrus clathrum Linnaeus, 1758 Belgium 16-25mm, dead but good sp  dead    3.00
Amaea decussata Pease, 1867 Western Australia 14-16mm, typical white, finely ribbed F++ sold out
Amaea ferminiana Dall, 1908 Panama  60-70mm, tall graceful species  F++    30.00
Epitonium friabilis Sowerby, 1844 Western Australia 14-16mm, typical white, finely ribbed F++    6.00
Epitonium friabilis Sowerby, 1844 Western Australia over 16mm, typical white, finely ribbed F++    12.00
Opalia funiculata Carpenter, 1864 California, USA 14-16mm, typical dead but good sp dead     4.00
Lamelliscala godfreyi Cotton, 1938 Western Australia 11-12mm, small but typical, white F++    12.00
Granuliscala granosa Quoy & Gaimard, 1834 Western Australia 22-28mm, live collected typical sp, w/o  F++    6.00
Granuliscala granosa Quoy & Gaimard, 1834 Western Australia 20-28mm,dead but good  dead    3.00
Nitidiscala hindsii Carpenter, 1856 California, USA 16mm, one only - dead but good  dead sold out
Epitonium humphreysi Kiener, 1838 Florida  12-15mm, small but robust species  F++/GEM     5.00
Epitonium imperialis Sowerby, 1844 Western Australia 20-25mm, delicate fine ribbing, live, some w/o F++    15.00
Epitonium imperialis Sowerby, 1844 Western Australia 20-25mm, dead but good  dead     6.00
Nitidiscala indianorum Carpenter, 1865 Alaska 25.3mm, one only fossil sp from lower Pleistocene fossil sold out
Epitonium japonicum Dunker, 1861 Japan  12-15mm, tall spired species  F++    6.00
Epitonium jukesianum Forbes, 1852 Western Australia 7-15mm, typical sp  F++    5.00
Cirsotrema kieneri Tapparone-Canefri, 1876 Broome, Australia over 60mm, dead but very good F+    60.00
Cirsotrema kieneri Tapparone-Canefri, 1876 Broome, Australia under 60mm, dead sp  dead    30.00
Epitonium lamellosum Kiener, 1838 Mediterranean 20-30mm, spectacular & dark, white ribs, some w/o F++    12.00
Epitonium lamellosum Kiener, 1838 Senegal 10-24mm, dead but good sp dead    6.00
Amaea magnifica Sowerby, 1844 Japan 70-90mm, typical white sp, dead but good  F++    25.00
Amaea magnifica Sowerby, 1844 Japan over 90mm, giant shells  F++    45.00
Epitonium neglectum Adams & Reeve 1885 QLD, Australia 18-22mm, tan, white varices, hook on posterior  F++/GEM  20.00
Epitonium obtusum Sowerby, 1844 Mexico 10-12mm, typical sp with pronounced ribs  F++    5.00
Epitonium pallasi Kiener, 1838 QLD, Australia under 20mm, dark tan, white ribs, small but typical  F++    8.00
Epitonium pallasi Kiener, 1838 QLD, Australia 20-24mm, dark tan shells with white ribs, typical F++    12.00
Epitonium pallasi Kiener, 1838 QLD, Australia over 24mm, dark tan shells with white ribs, large F++    20.00
Epitonium pallasi Kiener, 1838 QLD, Australia 18-24mm, dead but good dead    3.00
Gyroscala perplexa [Pease in Deshayes, 1863] Western Australia 15-25mm, tall elegant shell   F++    10.00
Nipponiscala pyramidale Sowerby, 1844 Philippines 13mm, one only - typical live collected F++    12.00
Cirsotrema rugosum Kuroda & Ito,1961 Philippines over 50mm, large, white, intricate sculpture, live coll. F++    30.00
Cirsotrema rugosum Kuroda & Ito, 1961 Philippines under 50mm, typical, intricate sculpture, live coll. F++    20.00
Epitonium rupicola (Kurtz, 1860) Florida  8-12mm, some with brown banding, dead but good  dead     6.00
Epitonium scalare Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia 25-35mm, typical F++    6.00
Epitonium scalare Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia 35-40mm, typical  F++    12.00
Epitonium scalare Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines 40-50mm, super shells  F++    20.00
Nitidiscala statuminatum Sowerby, 1844 Panama 16-18mm, typical sp with extremely frilly ribs  F++    38.00
Hyaloscala stigmaticum Pilsbry, 1911 Indian Ocean 20-26mm, delicate  tan shells with white ribs  F++    12.00
Laeviscala subauriculatum Souverbie, 1866 Tahiti 9-10mm, typical sp F++    38.00
Nitidiscala tinctum Carpenter, 1864 California, USA 10-11mm, typical sp with fine ribbing F++    8.00
Fusicoscala turtonis Turton, 1819 Greece 18-24mm, striking & dark, white ribs and banding  F++    10.00
Cirsotrema varicosa Lamarck, 1822 Philippines 48-50mm, typical, intricate ribbing, live coll.  F++    20.00
Cirsotrema varicosa Lamarck, 1822 Philippines 48-50mm, typical intricate ribbing, dead but good dead    4.00
Cirsotrema varicosa Lamarck, 1822 Broome, WA 20mm, one only - dead but good, rare from here  dead    6.00
Cirsotrema zelebori Dunker, 1866 New Zealand 14-20mm, typical F++    3.00
Cirsotrema zelebori Dunker, 1866 New Zealand over 20mm, large for species  F++    5.00
Epitonium sp.   Various locations 14-40mm, many unidentified sp. - contact us! various POR

 

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