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FRESHWATER BIVALVES  ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Potamilus alutus Say, 1817 Mississippi River   140-160mm, large flat angular species  F++  10.00
Quadrula appiculata Say, 1829 Texas, USA  60-80mm, robust inflated sp, pustulose surface F++   6.00
Velesurio ambiguus Philippi, 1847 South Australia 50-60mm, brown/tan always with eroded umbo  F++  5.00
Leptodea amphichaena Frierson, 1898 USA  70-80mm, elongate species  F++  8.00
Hyridella australis Lamarck, 1819 QLD, Australia 60-70mm, smooth elongate shells  F++/GEM  12.00
Unio biwae Kobelt, 1879 Japan  40-50mm, elongate species  F++  5.00
Westralunio carteri Iredale, 1934 Western Australia  50-60mm, brown, posterior extension, always eroded F++ 8.00
Elliptio complanata Lightfoot 1786 Lake Michigan, USA  60-70mm, elongate species  F/F+  6.00
Elliptio crassidens Lamarck, 1819 Alabama, USA  90-100mm, heavy elongate species  F++  10.00
Elliptio dilatata Rafinesque, 1820 Pennsylvania, USA  65-75mm, elongate, heavy species  F/F+  6.00
Plectomerus dombeyanus Valenciennes, 1827 Texas, USA  120-140mm, elongate robust species  f+/F++  10.00
Ptychobranchus fasciolaris Rafinesque, 1820 Pennsylvania, USA  70-80mm, elongate sp with green radiating pattern  F/F+  8.00
Corbicula fluminea Mueller, 1774 California, USA  20-30mm, oval shells with thick green perio  F++/GEM  8.00
Lortiella froggatti Iredale, 1934 N/W W Australia 40-45mm, very elongate species  F++  8.00
Pyganodon grandis Say, 1829 Texas, USA  130-150mm, large, thin inflated species  F++   10.00
Corbicula japonica Prime, 1864 Japan  22-25mm, trigonal shape with black shiny perio  F++/GEM  2.00
Quadrula cf. houstonensis Say, 1829 Texas, USA  40-50mm, robust inflated thin species  F++/GEM 5.00
Megalonais nervosa Rafinesque, 1820 Texas, USA  120-140mm widespread species, large & smooth  F++  10.00
Toxolasma parvus Barnes, 1823 Arkansas, USA  20-30mm, small robust species  F++  3.00
Alathyria pertexta Iredale, 1934 NSW, Australia  60-80mm, elongate/ black species  F++  20.00
Unio pictorum Say, 1817 Netherlands  50-60mm, elongate species, variable sculpture  F++  3.00
Amblema plicata  Linnaeus, 1758 Texas, USA  100-120mm, large flat species with wavy sculpture  F++/GEM  10.00
Potamilus purpuratus  Lamarck, 1819 Texas, USA  80-100mm, large, inflated relatively light species  F++  12.00
Quadrula pustulosa   Lea, 1831 Texas, USA  100-120mm, heavy oval shells, pustulose umbo F++ 8.00
Corbicula sandai Reinhardt, 1878 Japan  20-30mm, robust species with black perio  F++  4.00
Lampsilis satura Woodward, 1859 Lake Tanganyika  90-10mm, elongate, heavy, iridescent inside, rare F++  25.00
Lampsilis siliquoidea  Barnes, 1823 Mississippi River  120-140mm, elongate, smooth species  F++  10.00
Iridina spekei Lea, 1852 Texas, USA  80-90mm, elongate species  F++  6.00
Elliptio strigosa Lea, 1838 Florida, USA  50-60mm, elongate species  F++  8.00
Lampsilis teres  Rafinesque, 1820 Texas, USA  120-140mm, elongate, smooth species  F++/GEM  12.00
Toxolasma texasensis Lea, 1857 Texas, USA  30-40mm, small robust species  F++  4.00
Truncilla truncata Rafinesque, 1820 USA  25-35mm, robust angular species  F++/GEM  6.00
Strophitus undulatus Say, 1817 Mississippi, USA  80-100m, large inflated species  F++  8.00

 

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