Australian Seashells P/L - 5 Ealing Mews, Kingsley WA 6026, Australia. web: www.australianseashells.com.au, e-mail: shells@seashells.net.au
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Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Fusinus africanae Bernard, 1959 South Africa  28-40mm, pale orange inflated species  F++/GEM  15.00
Fusinus akitai Kuroda & Habe, 1961 Japan  80-90mm, slender elegant species with low sculpture, w/o  F++  35.00
Fusinus ambustus Gould, 1853 Mexico  35-40mm, nodulose species with dark line on body whorl, w/o  F++/GEM  6.00
Latirus angulatus Roeding, 1798 Honduras  20-25mm, f brevicaudatus, dark tan/brown, strong axial nodes F++  6.00
Fusinus annae Snyder, 1986 NSW, Australia 55-58mm, trawled 600m, w/o  F+/ F++  30.00
Pleuroploca australasia (Perry, 1811) Tasmania, Australia  60-80mm, heavy Tasmanian form, w/o  F++  10.00
Pleuroploca australasia (Perry, 1811) QLD, Australia  60-80mm, trawled bakeri form, w/o  F++  6.00
Pleuroploca australasia (Perry, 1811) QLD, Australia  80-100mm, trawled bakeri form, giants  F++  12.00
Peristernia australiensis Reeve, 1847 QLD, Australia  25-30mm, black and white with heavy sculpture  F++ 4.00
Fusinus australis (Quoy & Gaimard, 1833) Western Australia  80-90mm, typical for species  F++/GEM  6.00
Fusinus australis (Quoy & Gaimard, 1833) Western Australia  70-85mm, deep water form, trawled - thinner, lighter colour  F++  10.00
Latirus bairstowi Sowerby, 1886 South Africa  22-24mm, tall, slender dark brown species  dead  2.00
Fusinus barbarensis Trask, 1855 California, USA  45-55mm, nicely banded deep water species, w/o  F++  25.00
Latirus cf. beckyae Snyder, 2000 Brazil  40-45mm, nicely sculptured, strong nodules, spiral ridges w/o F++/GEM  20.00
Latirus belcheri Reeve, 1847 Western Australia  60-65mm, black and white chequered, w/o  F++/GEM  3.00
Latirus cariniferus Lamarck, 1822 Haiti  45-50mm, heavily nodulose, orange & yellow  F++/GEM  10.00
Dolicholatirus cayohuesonicus Sowerby II, 1878 Florida, USA 13-15Mmm, dark brown and nodulose  F++/GEM 8.00
Leucozonia cerata Wood, 1828 Western Mexico  45-50mm, tall species, raised white nodules on keel of whorl  F++/GEM  4.00
Peristernia chlorostoma Sowerby, 1825 Hawaii  12-15mm, tessellated pattern of brown on cream  F++/GEM  3.00
Fusinus cinereus Reeve, 1847 Western Mexico  20-25mm, elongate brown/tan/white species  F++  5.00
Pseudolatirus clausicaudatus Hinds, 1844 South Africa  50-55mm, slender elegant species from deep water  F+/ F++ 8.00
Fusinus colus Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  80-100mm, w/o  F+/ F++  2.00
Fusinus colus Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  over 100mm, w/o  F+/ F++  5.00
Fusinus colus Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia  110mm, see Wilson: Fig. 11A, Plate 13  F++  20.00
Fusinus colpoicus Dall, 1915 Western Mexico  35-40mm, mostly with perio  F++  6.00
Granulifusus consimilis Garrard, 1966 QLD, Australia  45-50mm, heavily sculptured and banded  F++/GEM 10.00
Granulifusus consimilis Garrard, 1966 QLD, Australia  40-50mm, heavily sculptured and banded, dead but good  dead  3.00
Fusinus couei Petit, 1858 Mexico  70-80mm, heavy spiral ribs, dead but good  F+/F++  20.00
Fusinus couei Petit, 1853 Colombia  50-70mm, heavy spiral ribs, live taken  F+/F++  10.00
Latirus craticulatus Linnaeus, 1758 Solomon Islands  35-40mm, brown bands on cream with cream band on body  F++/GEM  5.00
Fusinus dowianus Olsson, 1954 Honduras  130-150mm, white, heavily sculptured with very limited range  F++  sold out
Microcolus dunkeri Jonas, 1844 Western Australia  12-14mm, dead but representative  Good  3.00
Fusinus dupetithouarsi Kiener, 1840 Mexico  70-80mm, tall but robust sp.  F++  5.00
Fusinus dupetithouarsi Kiener, 1840 Mexico  120-140mm, tall but robust sp.  F++  10.00
Dolicholatirus ernesti Melvill, 1910 Honduras  7-10mm, dark grey / black with yellow spiral band  F++/GEM  5.00
Fusinus excavatus Sowerby II, 1880 Florida, USA 60-70mm, white, heavily nodulose spire, aka eucosmius, w/o  F++/GEM  12.00
Fusinus faurei Barnard, 1956 South Africa  35-40mm, elegant slender sp, dark brown with spiral banding  F++/GEM  12.00
Pleuroploca filamentosa Roeding, 1798 Indonesia  80-100mm, colourful and banded, w/o  F++  4.00
Pleuroploca filamentosa Roeding, 1798 Indonesia  100-130mm, colourful and banded, w/o  F++  6.00
Latirus filosus Schubert & Wagner, 1829   Senegal  40-50mm, tall sp with spiral bands, orange highlights on ribs F++/GEM  5.00
Fusinus forceps Perry, 1811 India  100-130mm, white, tall species with busy sculpture, w/o  F++  8.00
Fusinus fredbakeri Lowe, 1935 Pacific Mexico 35-40mm, short, stout, pale cream species, w/o  F++  6.00
Bartschia fusiformis Clench & Aguayo, 1941 Jamaica  40-45mm, a rare deep water species, with operc & perio  F++  120.00
Latirus gibbulus Gmelin, 1791 Indonesia  70-90mm, heavy truncate & orange with brown bands, w/o  F++  15.00
Pleuroploca gigantea Kiener, 1840 Florida, USA 100-110mm, small specimens w/o  F++  6.00
Pleuroploca gigantea Kiener, 1840 Florida, USA 110-150mm, nodulose shells with operc  F++  12.00
Pleuroploca gigantea Kiener, 1840 Florida, USA 150-200mm, noduloses specimens, large w/o  F++  20.00
Fusinus harfordii Stearns, 1871 California, USA 40-45mm, northern CA tan sp, low nodules, fine brown cords  F++/GEM  15.00
Granulifusus cf. hayashii  Habe, 1961 Taiwan  60-70mm, tall elegant species  F++/GEM  10.00
Latirus hemphilli Hertlein & Strong, 1951 Mexico  45-55mm, with perio and operc  F+/F++  4.00
Fusinus hyphalus Smith, 1940 Philippines  60-70mm, tall & relatively smooth sp with fine spiral chords  F++/GEM  8.00
Latirus infundibulum Gmelin, 1791 Caribbean  50-70mm, tall heavy shells with dark brown spiral bands, w/o  F++/GEM  6.00
Fusinus irregularis Grabau, 1904 California, USA 100-120mm, typical w/o  F+/F++  15.00
Latirus jucundus McGinty, 1940 Honduras  25-28mm, orange with dark anterior blotch  F++/GEM  12.00
Granulifusus kiranus Shuto, 1958 Western Australia  40-45mm, without striped band  F++/GEM  12.00
Latirus lanceolatus Reeve, 1847 Indonesia  25-30mm, typical for species, w/o  F++/GEM  3.00
Dolicholatirus lanceus Gmelin, 1791 Indonesia  20-30mm, colourful and delicate  F++  2.00
Dolicholatirus lanceus Gmelin, 1791 Indonesia  over 30mm, colourful and delicate  F++  4.00
Fusinus leptorynchus Tapparone-Canefri,1875 Red Sea  90-100mm, heavily sculptured, banding & tan blotches, w/o  F+/F++ sold out
Peristernia lirata Pease, 1868 Marquesas Islands 15-20mm, gold and black pattern, endemic, w/o  F++/GEM  4.00
Peristernia lirata Pease, 1868 Marquesas Islands 20-25mm, gold and black pattern, endemic, w/o  F++/GEM  6.00
Pleuroploca lugubris Adams & Reeve, 1847 South Africa  80-90mm, form heynemanni, heavy with brown perio, w/o  F++  20.00
Fusinus luteopictus Dall, 1877 California, USA  18-20mm, dark brown with tan band  F++  4.00
Latirus marquesana Adams, 1855 Indonesia  30-35mm, mostly white, black/brown subsutural band, tan F++  5.00
Latirus marquesana Adams, 1855 Indonesia  25-30mm, mostly white, black/brown subsutural band, tan F++  3.00
Latirus marquesana Adams, 1855 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, mostly white, black/brown subsutural band, tan F++  4.00
Latirus martini Snyder, 1988 Honduras  15-20mm, orange and inflated  F++/GEM  8.00
Latirus martini Snyder, 1988 Honduras  20-25mm, orange and inflated  F++/GEM  12.00
Latirus mediamericanus Hertlein & Strong, 1951 Mexico  50-60mm, tall elegant orange species, w/o  F++  8.00
Latirus nagasakiensis E A Smith, 1880 Western Australia  35-40mm, similar to craticulatus, no white band on whorl F++/GEM  10.00
Leucozonia nassa Gmelin,1791 Brazil  40-45mm, typical, w/o  F+/F++  4.00
Peristernia nassatula Lamarck, 1822 Indonesia  25-30mm, heavy with purple aperture  F++  3.00
Fusinus nicobaricus Roeding, 1798 Western Australia  65-70mm, unusual locality for this sp  F++  5.00
Granulifusus nipponicus Smith, 1879 Japan  28-32mm, small pretty shells  F++  6.00
Latirus nodatus Gmelin, 1791 Marquesas Islands 60-70mm, orange with purple mouth, w/o  F+/F++  12.00
Dolicholatirus noumeensis Crosse, 1870 Indonesia  10-20mm, predominantly grey/black with yellow spiral lines F++/GEM  3.00
Fusinus novaehollandiae Reeve, 1848 NSW, Australia 120-150mm, giant for species  F++  6.00
Fusinus novaehollandiae Reeve, 1848 NSW, Australia over 150mm, giant for species  F++  10.00
Leucozonia ocellata Gmelin, 1791 Bonaire Island 20-25mm, chequered pattern of brown & white, w/o  F++/GEM  6.00
Leucozonia ocellata Gmelin, 1791 Guadaloupe Island 25-30mm, chequered pattern of brown & white, w/o  F++/GEM  10.00
Latirus paetelianus Kobelt, 1874 Western Australia  40-45mm, chocolate brown, w/o  F++  4.00
Pseudolatirus pallidus Kuroda & Habe, 1961 Western Australia  40-50mm, deep water trawled  F++  4.00
Latirus panamensis Dall, 1908 Western Mexico  90-100mm, typical, white, brown blotch on raised nodules, w/o  F+/F++  sold out
Latirus pearsoni Snyder, 2002 Philippines  30-35mm, variable degree of tan banding  F++/GEM  5.00
Fusinus perplexus A. Adams, 1864 Japan  100-120mm, typical Fusinus with brown between spiral nodes  F++/GEM  10.00
Fusolatirus pilsbryi Kuroda & Habe, 1952 Philippines  50-60mm, often called "walleri", deep water, extended canal F++/GEM  12.00
Peristernia philberti Recluz, 1844 Philippines  25-30mm, colourful with white / brown & tan bands  F++/GEM  8.00
Latirus polygonus Gmelin, 1791 Indonesia  50-60mm, very variable, black on orange or white, w/o  F++/GEM  4.00
Latirus polygonus Gmelin, 1791 Indonesia  60-80mm, very variable, black on orange or white, large, w/o F++/GEM  8.00
Opeatostoma pseudodon (Burrow, 1815) Mexico  20-30mm, brown banded on white - with tooth  F++/GEM  4.00
Opeatostoma pseudodon (Burrow, 1815) Mexico  30-40mm, brown banded on white - with tooth  F++/GEM  5.00
Opeatostoma pseudodon (Burrow, 1815) Mexico  40-50mm, brown banded on white - with tooth  F++/GEM  8.00
Latirus pulleinei Verco, 1895 S/W W Australia  65-70mm, endemic, brown raised nodules on pale body w/o F++/GEM  20.00
Latirus recurvirostratus Schubert & Wagner,1829 Western Australia  50-60mm, super orange shells with black highlights, w/o  F++/GEM  8.00
Latirus recurvirostratus Schubert & Wagner,1829 Western Australia  60-80mm, super orange shells, large, black highlights, w/o F++/GEM  12.00
Peristernia reincarnata Snyder, 2000 Western Australia  25-30mm, yellow / brown vertical stripes, aka incarnata, w/o F++/GEM  3.00
Peristernia reincarnata Snyder, 2000 Western Australia  25-30mm, white form, rare, w/o - was called "incarnata"  F++/GEM  12.00
Peristernia reincarnata Snyder, 2000 Indonesia  25-30mm, more orange with purple aperture  F++/GEM  3.00
Fusinus rostratus Olivi, 1792 North Africa  36-38mm, with operc  F++  3.00
Fusinus rostratus Olivi, 1792 Italy  35-40mm, typical w/o  F++/GEM  3.00
Granulifusus rubrolineatus Sowerby II, 1870 South Africa  35-40mm, brown and tan with operc  F++/GEM  30.00
Fusinus salisburyi Fulton, 1930 QLD, Australia  120-160mm, long white elegant sp, w/o  F+/F++  15.00
Fusinus salisburyi Fulton, 1930 QLD, Australia  160-200mm, long white elegant sp, w/o  F+/F++  20.00
Fusinus salisburyi Fulton, 1930 QLD, Australia  over 200mm, giant shells  F+/F++  25.00
Latirus sanguifluus Reeve, 1847 Marquesas Islands  35-40mm, orange, darker vertical lines between raised nodules F++  15.00
Cyrtulus serotinus Hinds, 1844 Marquesas Islands  50-70mm, endemic to Marquesas Islands, South Pacific F+/F++  4.00
Cyrtulus serotinus Hinds, 1844 Marquesas Islands  40-50mm, spectacular spire  F++/ GEM  20.00
Cyrtulus serotinus Hinds, 1844 Marquesas Islands  50-60mm, spectacular spire  F++/ GEM  25.00
Cyrtulus serotinus Hinds, 1844 Marquesas Islands  Over 70mm, rare this size and condition  F++/ GEM  35.00
Fusinus simplex E A Smith, 1879 Japan  48mm, white and delicate  F+  12.00
Latirolagena smaragdula Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  30-40mm, very heavy, w/o., never GEM  F++  6.00
Latirus socorroensis Hertlein & Strong, 1951 Mexico  30-35mm, robust orange shells  F++  12.00
Latirus socorroensis Hertlein & Strong, 1951 Clipperton Island  30-35mm, robust orange shells - very rare location, w/o  F++  30.00
Fusinus stegeri Lyons, 1978 Florida, USA 50-60mm, tall, slender, deep water species, w/o  F++  sold out
Fusinus syracusanus Linnaeus, 1758 Greece  50-55mm, variable colour patterns  F++  6.00
Fusinus tessellatus Sowerby, 1880 Western Australia  30-40mm, with operc  F++/ GEM  4.00
Fusinus townsendi Melvill, 1899 Red Sea  40-50mm, small orange specimen  F++/GEM  8.00
Pleuroploca trapezium Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  100-120mm, typical, w/o  F++  6.00
Pleuroploca trapezium Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  140-200mm, super large specimens with good colour, w/o F++  10.00
Fusinus tuberculatus Lamarck,1822 Philippines  100-140mm, tall sp, brown spot between nodules on spire F++  6.00
Latirus tumens Carpenter, 1858 Pacific Mexico  40-50mm, heavily sculptured species w/o  F++/GEM  12.00
Latirus turritus Gmelin, 1791 Indonesia  30-35mm, brown with black banding, w/o  F++/GEM  3.00
Fusinus undatus Gmelin, 1791 Hawaii  140-150mm, very heavy and white, w/o  F+/F++  20.00
Fusinus undulatus Perry, 1811 Western Australia  50-70mm, trawled in deep water, some with operc  F+/ F++  20.00
Peristernia cf. ustulata Reeve, 1947 Marquesas Islands  20-25mm, possibly unnamed, purple aperture, short canal F++  8.00
Peristernia ustulata Reeve, 1947 Philippines  25-30mm, white/cream shells, purple tip to anterior canal F++/GEM  3.00
Peristernia ustulata Reeve, 1947 QLD, Australia  25-30mm, heavy shells with brown tip to anterior canal  F++/GEM  3.00
Peristernia ustulata Reeve, 1947 Western Australia  25-30mm, white with brown tip to anterior canal  F++/GEM  3.00
Fusinus verruchulatus Lamarck,1822 South Africa  130-140mm, very rare as live sp., w/o  F+  sold out
Latirus cf virginensis Abbott, 1958 Honduras  20-25mm, orange species  F+/F++  12.00
Latirus walkeri Melvill, 1895 Western Australia  20-25mm, an enzootic species  F++/GEM  4.00
Fusinus wellsi Snyder, 2004 S/W W Australia  70-80mm, evenly tan/brown, dark dash between nodules F++/GEM  30.00
Fusinus westralis Hadorn & Fraussen,2003 Western Australia  80-100mm, smooth white deep water specimen  F++  6.00
Fusinus westralis Hadorn & Fraussen,2003 Western Australia  100-110mm, smooth white deep water specimen  F++  12.00
Fusinus westralis Hadorn & Fraussen,2003 Western Australia  100-120mm, smooth white deep water specimen  F/F+  3.00
Fusinus cf. zacae  Strong & Hertlein, 1937 Panama  30-45mm, orange/brown, dark stain on sharp nodules, w/o F++/GEM  10.00
Fusinus (cf salisburyi)   QLD, Australia  100-150mm, large and white  F+/ F++  20.00
Fusinus (cf novaehollandiae)   Tasmania, Australia  70-80mm, from the Derwent river  F+/ F++  6.00

 

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