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HALIOTIDAE ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Haliotis asinina Linnaeus, 1758 Broome, Australia  70-80mm, typical   F++/GEM     2.00
Haliotis asinina Linnaeus, 1758 Broome, Australia  80-85mm, can be very large for the species  F++/GEM     3.00
Haliotis asinina Linnaeus, 1758 Broome, Australia  85-90mm, super dark green sp - very large for species F++/GEM     8.00
Haliotis assimilis Dall, 1878 California, USA  under 100mm, highly domed, elegant, green, pink & red F++     12.00 
Haliotis assimilis Dall, 1878 California, USA  100-110mm, highly domed, elegant, green, pink & red  F++     18.00 
Haliotis assimilis Dall, 1878 California, USA  110-130mm, highly domed, elegant, green, pink & red F++     25.00 
Haliotis assimilis Dall, 1878 California, USA  over 130mm, highly domed, elegant, rare this size  F++     35.00 
Haliotis assimilis Dall, 1878 California, USA  75-100mm, rare colours, yellow, orange banded, dark red F++     25.00
Haliotis australis Gmelin, 1791 New Zealand  under 70mm, pale cream &  green species  F++     4.00
Haliotis australis Gmelin, 1791 New Zealand  over 70mm, pale cream &  green species  F++     6.00
Haliotis brazieri Angas, 1869 NSW, Australia  20-30mm, vivid red/green, raised holes, dead but colourful dead     15.00
Haliotis clathrata Reeve, 1846 Mozambique  20-25mm, nice dark red/brown shells  F++/GEM     8.00
Haliotis coccoradiata Reeve, 1846 NSW, Australia  30-40mm, various colours  F++/GEM     6.00
Haliotis conicopora Peron, 1816 Esperance, WA 170-185mm, very large shells  F+/F++     25.00
Haliotis conicopora Peron, 1816 Esperance, WA 150-170mm, super shells with range of colours  F+/F++     20.00
Haliotis conicopora Peron, 1816 Esperance, WA 130-150mm, smaller shells but often much less eroded F+/F++     15.00
Haliotis corrugata Wood, 1828 Southern California  under 150mm, green/brown & red corrugated dorsum F++     25.00
Haliotis corrugata Wood, 1828 Southern California  150-180mm, super corrugated dorsum, variable colours  F++     38.00
Haliotis cracherodi Leach, 1817 USA  under 80mm, smooth black, grey and brown species  F++    8.00
Haliotis cracherodi Leach, 1817 USA  80-100mm, smooth black, grey and brown species  F++    15.00
Haliotis cracherodi Leach, 1817 USA  100-130mm, large for this species  F++    25.00
Haliotis crebisculpta Sowerby, 1914 Broome, Australia  15-25mm,  small shells, green/gold and red tones   F++/GEM     12.00
Haliotis cyclobates Peron, 1816 Pt Lincoln, Australia  50-60mm, large shells with typical colours  F++/GEM     15.00
Haliotis cyclobates Peron, 1816 Pt Lincoln, Australia  40-50mm, smaller shells but often richer colours  F++/GEM      10.00
Haliotis discus Reeve, 1846 Japan  under 100mm, clean and colourful  F++     15.00
Haliotis discus Reeve, 1846 Japan  over 100mm, angular shells with variable colours  F++     25.00
Haliotis diversicolor Reeve, 1846 Taiwan  50-60mm, nice colour patterns of red/green  F++/GEM     12.00
Haliotis dohrniana Dunker, 1863 Philippines  15-20mm, very variable, many colours, variety of sculpture  F++/GEM    4.00
Haliotis dohrniana Dunker, 1863 Philippines  20-25mm, very variable, many colours, variety of sculpture F++/GEM    6.00
Haliotis dohrniana Dunker, 1863 Philippines  over 25mm, very variable species - rare this size   F++/GEM    10.00
Haliotis elegans Philippi, 1844 Perth, Australia 75-90mm, a rare shell, herd to get this size  F++     30.00
Haliotis elegans Philippi, 1844 Perth, Australia  55-65mm, smaller sp., never GEM, always spectacular   F++    20.00
Haliotis emmae Reeve, 1846 VIC, Australia  60-70mm, typical shells  F++/GEM    12.00
Haliotis emmae Reeve, 1846 VIC, Australia  50-60mm, smaller shells, often richer in colour  F++/GEM     8.00
Haliotis emmae Reeve, 1846 VIC, Australia  40-50mm, red coloured specimens  F++/GEM    20.00
Haliotis fulgens Philippi, 1845 Southern California  Under 150mm, lively green aperture  F++     25.00
Haliotis fulgens Philippi, 1845 Southern California  150-180mm, lively green with excellent dorsum   F++     38.00
Haliotis fulgens Philippi, 1845 Guadaloupe Under 150mm, form guadalupensis, nice local variant  F++     20.00
Haliotis fulgens Philippi, 1845 Guadaloupe over 150mm, form guadalupensis, vivid green, rarely F++ F++     30.00
Haliotis glabra Gmelin, 1791 Indonesia  40-50mm, dark green / black with white diamond pattern  F++/GEM     6.00
Haliotis iris Martyn, 1784 New Zealand  under 120mm, super green/blue ventral side, rough dorsum   F+/F++     12.00
Haliotis iris Martyn, 1784 New Zealand  Over 120mm, super green/blue ventral side, rough dorsum  F+/F++     25.00
Haliotis jacnensis Reeve, 1846 Philippines  15-20mm, dark purple/brown, with nice sculpture  F++/GEM     8.00
Haliotis kamtschatkana Jonas, 1845 WA State, USA  under 80mm, super colours, dark green & red  F+/F++     25.00
Haliotis kamtschatkana Jonas, 1845 WA State, USA  over 80mm, super colours, dark green & red  F+/F++     30.00
Haliotis laevigata Donovan, 1808 S/W W Australia 150-180mm, very large commercial sp. massive, erosion F+/F++     25.00
Haliotis laevigata Donovan, 1808 S/W W Australia  130-150mm, very large commercial sp, always eroded F+/F++    20.00
Haliotis laevigata Donovan, 1808 S/W W Australia 100-130mm, smaller, more colourful, less erosion  F+/F++    12.00
Haliotis laevigata Donovan, 1808 S/W W Australia  100-130mm, banded form  F+/F++    15.00
Haliotis mariae Wood, 1828 Oman  70-80mm, lovely ribbed specimens  F++  25.00
Haliotis midae Linnaeus, 1758 South Africa  up to 130mm, ribbed dorsum, some damage (no export!) F+/F++     12.00
Haliotis midae Linnaeus, 1758 South Africa  up to 160mm, giant, ribbed dorsum, eroded (no export!) F+/F++     20.00
Haliotis midae Linnaeus, 1758 South Africa  over 160mm, super giant, always damaged (no export!) F+/F++     45.00
Haliotis ovina Gmelin, 1791 Broome, Australia 45-55mm, typical large shells   F++/GEM     6.00
Haliotis ovina Gmelin, 1791 Broome, Australia 35-45mm, typical smaller shells   F++/GEM     4.00
Haliotis patamakanthini Dekker et al, 2001 Thailand  under 45mm, dark red/green flat shells  F++/GEM     6.00
Haliotis patamakanthini Dekker et al, 2001 Thailand  over 45mm, dark red/green flat shells  F++/GEM     12.00
Haliotis planata Sowerby, 1882 Indonesia  35-40mm, flat species with pale bands on green  F++/GEM     5.00
Haliotis pustulata Reeve, 1846 Egypt  20-30mm, form gruenta, smaller and flatter shells  F++/GEM     8.00
Haliotis pustulata Reeve, 1846 Egypt  30-40mm, form pustulata, variable colours  F++/GEM     8.00
Haliotis pustulata Reeve, 1846 Madagascar  30-40mm, form pustulata, variable colours,  F++/GEM  6.00
Haliotis roei Gray, 1826 Perth, Australia 70-80mm, intertidal commercial species F++     12.00
Haliotis roei Gray, 1826 Perth, Australia  60-70mm, smaller shells with usually brighter colours  F++     10.00
Haliotis rubiginosa Reeve, 1846 Lord Howe Island 20-30mm, super with variable colour / pattern F++/GEM 35.00
Haliotis rubiginosa Reeve, 1846 Lord Howe Island 20-30mm, variable colour / pattern, dead but good dead  10.00
Haliotis rubiginosa Reeve, 1846 Lord Howe Island over 30mm, super with variable colour / pattern, rare size F++/GEM 50.00
Haliotis rubiginosa Reeve, 1846 Lord Howe Island over 30mm, variable colour / pattern, dead but good dead  20.00
Haliotis rubra Leach, 1814  Tasmania, Australia  under 130mm, typical brick-red shells  F++      6.00
Haliotis rubra Leach, 1814  Tasmania, Australia  over 130mm, red spectacular shells  F++      12.00
Haliotis rufescens Swainson, 1822 California, USA under 200mm, massive heavy shells with red dorsum  F+/F++    45.00
Haliotis rufescens Swainson, 1822 California, USA 200-250mm,  rare in good condition F+/F++     110.00
Haliotis scalaris Leach, 1814 Western Australia 100-110mm, giant shells, not often GEM but colourful  F+/F++     25.00
Haliotis scalaris Leach, 1814 Western Australia 80-100mm, typical shells  F++     20.00
Haliotis scalaris Leach, 1814 Western Australia under 75mm, small shells with rich red colour  F++/GEM     12.00
Haliotis semiplicata Menke, 1843 Western Australia 40-50mm, large shells with typical green colour  F++/GEM    12.00
Haliotis semiplicata Menke, 1843 Western Australia 30-40mm, smaller shells, often with some red  F++/GEM     6.00
Haliotis semiplicata Menke, 1843 Western Australia 30-40mm, red shells or multi-colours of orange and green  F++/GEM    20.00
Haliotis sorenseni Bartsch, 1940 California, USA  under 130mm, high domed pink dorsum  F++     20.00
Haliotis sorenseni Bartsch, 1940 California, USA  130-150mm, high domed pink dorsum  F++     30.00
Haliotis sorenseni Bartsch, 1940 California, USA  over 150mm, high domed pink dorsum, rare this size  F++     45.00
Haliotis spadicea Donovan, 1808 South Africa  50-60mm, brown with iridescent red interior  F++/GEM     6.00
Haliotis squamata Reeve, 1846 N/W W Australia 40-50mm, large typical shells  F++/GEM     5.00
Haliotis squamata Reeve, 1846 N/W W Australia 30-40mm, smaller shells - good colour  F++/GEM     3.00
Haliotis squamosa Gray, 1826 Madagascar  40-50mm, nice brick red frilly species  F++/GEM     5.00
Haliotis squamosa Gray, 1826 Madagascar  50-60mm, nice brick red frilly species  F++/GEM     10.00
Haliotis squamosa Gray, 1826 Madagascar  60-70mm, nice brick red frilly species  F++/GEM     15.00
Haliotis squamosa Gray, 1826 Madagascar  70-80mm, nice brick red frilly species  F++/GEM     20.00
Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus, 1758 Europe  40-50mm, typical form with relatively smooth dorsum  F++    4.00
Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus, 1758 Europe  50-70mm, relatively smooth dorsum, large for species  F++    6.00
Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus, 1758 Europe  over 70mm, giant size for this species  F++    12.00
Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus, 1758 Mediterranean  25-40mm, form lamellosa, heavily laminated sculpture  F++    4.00
Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus, 1758 Mediterranean  40-60mm, form lamellosa, laminated sculpture, very large F++    10.00
Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus, 1758 Mediterranean  25-40mm, form lamellosa red - dark red / brown form  F++    10.00
Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus, 1758 Lanzarote Island under 50mm, form coccinea, heavily ribbed F++    10.00
Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus, 1758 Lanzarote Island over 50mm, form coccinea, heavily ribbed F++    15.00
Haliotis unilateralis Lamarck, 1822  Egypt  40-50mm, smooth flat elongate species  F++/GEM     55.00
Haliotis varia Linnaeus,1758 N/W W Australia 35-50mm, red form, typical shells  F++     10.00
Haliotis varia Linnaeus,1758 N/W W Australia 35-45mm, typical shells  F++     4.00
Haliotis virginea (Gmelin, 1791) New Zealand  45-55mm, dark green/brown shells, relatively smooth F++/GEM     5.00
Haliotis volcanis Patamakanthin & Eng, 2002 Indonesia  35-45mm, super striped shells with raised vents  F++/GEM     10.00
Haliotis volcanis Patamakanthin & Eng, 2002  Indonesia  35-45mm, super striped shells with raised vents  F+/ F++      6.00

 

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