Australian Seashells P/L - 5 Ealing Mews, Kingsley WA 6026, Australia. web: www.seashells.net, e-mail: shells@seashells.net.au
LITTORINIDAE ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Genus Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Littoraria angulifera (Lamarck, 1822) USA, Florida 20-30mm, variable with vertical banding F++/GEM   3.00
Echinolittorina angustior (Moerch, 1876) USA 8-10mm, blue vertical wavy lines, w/o F++/GEM   3.00
Echinolittorina aspera (Philippi, 1846) Costa Rica 4-6mm, dark Cost Rican sp, blue highlights F++ 2.00
Bembicium auratum Quoy & Gaimard,1834 Australia, WA 15-18mm, tall, conical, some spire wear, w/o F++   2.00
Nodilittorina australis Gray, 1826 Australia, Albany 15-18mm, typical, w/o F++/GEM   2.00
Nodilittorina australis Gray, 1826 Australia, WA 12-15mm, f nodosa, large whorl nodules, w/o F++/GEM   2.00
Littoraria carinifera (Menke, 1830) Indonesia 20-25mm, dark mottled shells, w/o  F++/GEM   3.00
Littorina cincta (Quoy & Gaimard,1833) New Zealand 12-15mm, finely banded F++   3.00
Littorinopsis cingulata (Philippi, 1846) Australia, QLD 20-25mm, variable in shape and colour, w/o.  F++   2.00
Littorinopsis cingulata (Philippi, 1846) Australia, Shark Bay 20-22mm, form pristissini, darker local form  F++   3.00
Littoraria coccinea (Gmelin, 1791) Kiribati Island 10-15mm, pale pink/tan shells F++/GEM   3.00
Tectarius coronatus  Valenciennes, 1832 Philippines 20-30mm, very colourful and nodulose F++   3.00
Echinus cumingii (Philippi, 1947) Japan 14-16mm, orange/tan pustulose spiral chords F++/GEM   3.00
Littorinopsis filosa  Sowerby, 1832 Australia, North WA 20-24mm, very variable in colour  F++/GEM   2.00
Nodilittorina galapagiensis Stearns, 1892 USA, Florida 12-15mm, nicely nodulose, w/o F++/GEM   3.00
Littoraria glabrata (Philippi, 1846) Indonesia 18-22mm, pale pink/tan species, w/o F++/GEM   3.00
Littorinopsis irrorata Say, 1822 USA 20-25mm, very heavy sp.  F++   3.00
Littorina littorea (Linnaeus, 1758) UK, Channel Islands 15-20mm, variable colours and shape  F++   2.00
Littoraria luteola (Quoy & Gaimard 1833) Australia, NSW 12-15mm, thin tall sp, orange / tan F++ 3.00
Littoraria luteola (Quoy & Gaimard 1833) Australia, QLD 12-14mm, elongate tan/orange sp  F++ 3.00
Bembicium melanostoma (Gmelin, 1791) Australia, WA 20-24mm, tall and similar to B. auratum  F++   2.00
Nodilittorina millegrana (Philippi, 1848) Australia, QLD 6-10mm, small inflated sp.  F++/GEM   2.00
Echinolittorina modesta (Philippi, 1846) Panama 8-10mm, pale shells, orange/brown aperture F++ 2.00
Echinolittorina muricatus  (Linnaeus, 1758) USA, Florida 12-15mm, nicely nodulose, w/o F++/GEM   3.00
Bembicium nanum Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA 15-20mm, variable colours, w/o F+/F++   2.00
Littorina neritoides (Linnaeus, 1758) East Atlantic 4-5mm, small inflated sp.  F+/F++   3.00
Tectarius nodulosus Pfeiffer, 1839 USA 15-20mm, very nodulose  F++   3.00
Littorina obtusata (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, UK 12-15mm, typical brown colours  F++   2.00
Littorina obtusata (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, UK 12-15mm, form yellow/orange, super colours F++   3.00
Tectarius pagodus (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia 30-40mm, spectacular sp, w/o  F++/GEM   5.00
Littoraria pallescens (Philippi, 1846) Australia, North WA 10-12mm, rock-dwelling tropical sp., w/o F++   2.00
Echinolittorina peruviana (Lamarck, 1822) Chile 10-13mm, dark brown, white zig-zag flashes F++ 3.00
Echinolittorina peruviana (Lamarck, 1822) Chile 14-16mm, dark brown, white zig-zag flashes F++ 4.00
Littoraria pintado (Wood, 1828) USA, Hawaii 12-18mm, tall, smooth, v. fine spiral sculpture F++/GEM 6.00
Littorina planaxis (Philippi, 1847) USA, California  12-15mm, inflated with white spots  F++   3.00
Afrolittorina praetermissa May, 1909 Australia, VIC 12-15mm, heavy, globose species F++ 2.00
Nodilittorina punctata  (Gmelin, 1791) Africa, Senegal 8-10mm, variable sculpture  F++   2.00
Nodilittorina pyramidalis  (Quoy & Gaimard,1833) Australia, L Howe Is 12-15mm, heavily nodulose, rare location, w/o F++   3.00
Tectarius rusticus  (Philippi, 1846) Australia, North WA 30-40mm, nicely sculptured, w/o  F++   4.00
Littorina saxatilis (Olivi, 1792) UK, Scotland 14-16mm, very robust white sp, aka "rudis" F++ 2.00
Littorina scabra (Linnaeus, 1758) Indo Pacific 25-30mm, tree living species, w/o  F++/GEM   3.00
Littorina scabra (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA 25-30mm, tree living species, w/o  F++/GEM   3.00
Littorina scutulata Gould, 1849 USA, California 10-12mm, typical for sp.  F++   3.00
Littorina sitkana (Philippi, 1846) USA, Alaska 10-12mm, inflated grey/brown, brown aperture F++ 3.00
Littorina striata (King & Broderip, 1832) Spain, Canary Is 8-12mm, inflated grey/brown species F++ 2.00
Palustorina sulculosa (Philippi, 1846)   Australia, WA 12-14mm, nicely ribbed species  F++/GEM   3.00
Tectarius tectumpersicum (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia 20-25mm, very striking nodulose sp.  F++/GEM   4.00
Nodilittorina tuberculata  Menke, 1828 USA, Florida 8-10mm, pretty nodulose sp.  F++/GEM   2.00
Littoraria undulata Gray, 1839 Indonesia 15-20mm, grey with pretty banding, w/o F++   3.00
Austrolittorina unifasciata Gray, 1826 Australia, WA 15-18mm, pale blue banded, w/o F++/GEM   2.00
Austrolittorina unifasciata Gray, 1826 New Zealand 5-6mm, form antipodum, small blue sp.  F++/GEM   2.00
Littoraria varia (Sowerby, 1832) Panama 20-30mm, finely sculptured, angled aperture F++ 3.00
Littoraria vespacea Reid, 1986 Malaysia 10mm, rare local species, very pretty  F++   6.00
Echinolittorina ziczac (Gmelin, 1791) USA, Florida 8-10mm, pretty banded sp.  F++   2.00

 

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