Australian Seashells P/L - 5 Ealing Mews, Kingsley WA 6026, Australia. web: www.seashells.net, e-mail: shells@seashells.net.au
FICIDAE ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Genus Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Ficus eospila (Peron & Lesueur, 1807) Australia, WA 20-30mm, uniform pale tan, dark spots in rows F++/GEM   6.00
Ficus eospila (Peron & Lesueur, 1807) Australia, WA 20-30mm, pale, dark spots in rows, dead but good dead  2.00
Ficus eospila (Peron & Lesueur, 1807) Australia, WA 30-40mm, uniform pale tan with dark spots in rows F++/GEM   10.00
Ficus eospila (Peron & Lesueur, 1807) Australia, WA 30-40mm, pale, dark spots in rows, dead but good  dead    3.00
Ficus ficus (Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines 60-80mm, form ficus, pale bands on body whorl F++ 3.00
Ficus ficus  (Linnaeus, 1767) Australia, QLD 60-80mm, very variable, often dark F++/GEM   5.00
Ficus filosa (Sowerby III, 1892) Philippines 60-80mm, heavily sculptured sp with spiral cords F++   8.00
Ficus filosa (Sowerby III, 1892) Philippines 80-100mm, rare this size F++   12.00
Ficus gracilis (Sowerby, 1825) Philippines 100-140mm, largest of the family, very elongate F++/GEM   5.00
Ficus papyratia (Linnaeus, 1767) USA, Florida 70-80mm, very pale cream subspecies F++/GEM   6.00
Ficus variegata (Roeding, 1798) Indonesia 70-80mm, variable but blurred pattern, few spots F++   6.00
Ficus ventricosa (Sowerby, 1825) Mexico, West Coast 70-90mm, very inflated species F++   10.00
Ficus ventricosa (Sowerby, 1825) Mexico, West Coast 90-110mm, rare this size F++   15.00

 

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