Australian Seashells P/L - 5 Ealing Mews, Kingsley WA 6026, Australia. web: www.seashells.net, e-mail: shells@seashells.net.au
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Genus Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Semipallium aktinos (Petterd, 1886) Australia, WA  20-30mm, typical brown, cream, fawn specimens  F++/GEM  6.00
Semipallium aktinos (Petterd, 1886) Australia, VIC  30-45mm, typical brown, cream fawn specimens  F++/GEM  10.00
Semipallium aktinos (Petterd, 1886) Australia, WA  20-30mm, unusual colours (red, yellow, etc), extremely rare  F++/GEM  50.00
Bractechlamys antillarum (Recluz, 1853) Virgin Islands  20-25mm, predominantly white/cream  F++/GEM  8.00
Mimachlamys asperrima (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, SA  65-80mm, largest of sp commonly available, brown/purple  F++/GEM  6.00
Mimachlamys asperrima (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, SA  65-80mm, largest of sp commonly available, red or orange  F++/GEM  12.00
Mimachlamys asperrima (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, SA  65-80mm, colour-set of 5 sp showing the variable range  F++/GEM  38.00
Mimachlamys asperrima (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, WA  40-60mm, generally smaller, wide range of colours available  F++/GEM  5.00
Mimachlamys asperrima (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, WA  40-60mm, colour-set of 5 smaller sp showing variable range  F++/GEM  15.00
Mimachlamys asperrima (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, TAS  over 100mm, giant local form, only ever brown  F++  15.00
Mimachlamys australis (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA 75-105mm, variable, brown/tan, mauve, purple, multi-coloured  F++/GEM  10.00
Mimachlamys australis (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA 60-75mm, very wide range of typical colours, smaller avg size  F++/GEM  6.00
Mimachlamys australis (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA 75-100mm, rare colours - stunning orange, red, deep purple  F++/GEM  15.00
Mimachlamys australis (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA 60-75mm, rare colours - deep orange/red/purple, smaller size    F++/GEM  12.00
Mimachlamys australis (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA 75-100mm, rare and beautiful bright yellow    F++/GEM  38.00
Mimachlamys australis (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA 60-75mm, intense yellow - smaller average size    F++/GEM  25.00
Mimachlamys australis (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA  60-75mm, colour-set of 5 smaller avg size sp in variable range  F++/GEM  25.00
Mimachlamys australis (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA  75-100mm, very nice colour-set of 5 sp in variable range  F++/GEM  38.00
Amusium balloti (Bernardi, 1861) Australia, WA  100-130mm, fawn commercial species, never GEM, typical F+/F++  12.00
Amusium balloti (Bernardi, 1861) Australia, WA  100-130mm, unusual colours or contrasting colour rays, rare F+/F++  25.00
Spathochlamys benedicti (Verrill & Bush, 1897) USA, Florida  under 10mm, red/orange shells  F++/GEM  3.00
Spathochlamys benedicti (Verrill & Bush, 1897) USA, Florida  over 10mm, red/orange shells  F++/GEM  6.00
Equichlamys bifrons (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, SA  50-75mm, variable col, typical purple rayed white sp, smaller F++/GEM  6.00
Equichlamys bifrons (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, SA  60-75mm, orange and peach colours - smaller average size  F++/GEM  25.00
Equichlamys bifrons (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, SA  75-90mm, white shells - rare  F++/GEM  25.00
Equichlamys bifrons (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, SA  60-75mm, white shells - rare - smaller average size  F++/GEM  20.00
Euvola chazaliei (Dautzenberg, 1900) Venezuela  30-35mm, thin delicate species  F++  5.00
Mesopeplum convexum (Quoy & Gaimard, 1835) New Zealand  45-60mm, like fenestratum, but larger - pink, red & purple sp F++/GEM  15.00
Pascahinnites coruscans (Hinds, 1845) Australia, WA  10-20mm, rare from WA, mainly Christmas Is, Indian Ocean F++  6.00
Pascahinnites coruscans (Hinds, 1845) Australia, WA  10-20mm, rare from WA, mainly Christmas Is, Indian Ocean F++  6.00
Pascahinnites coruscans (Hinds, 1845) Australia, QLD  10-20mm, rare location for sp, mainly Christmas Is, live taken F++/GEM  6.00
Laevichlamys cookei (Dall et al, 1938) USA, Hawaii 15-25mm, variable colours: red, orange, pink & white F++/GEM  5.00
Mimachlamys crassicostata (Sowerby II, 1842) Japan  80-100mm, typical colours tan, pale orange and brown  F++/GEM  3.00
Laevichlamys cuneata (Reeve, 1853) Australia, WA  25-35mm, good colour range, blue/black, cream, red, orange F++  6.00
Laevichlamys cuneata (Reeve, 1853) Australia, QLD  25-35mm, live taken, colour range blue/black, cream/red/orange F++/GEM  10.00
Laevichlamys cuneata (Reeve, 1853) Australia, Christmas I 25-40mm, rare location with occasionally larger specimens  F++  6.00
Zygochlamys delicatula (Hutton, 1873) New Zealand  60-75mm, spectacular, rarely GEM, trawled, typical fawn/brown F++/GEM  6.00
Zygochlamys delicatula (Hutton, 1873) New Zealand  60-75mm, rare colours: red, orange & yellow  F++/GEM  12.00
Zygochlamys delicatula (Hutton, 1873) New Zealand  60-75mm, pure white, rare   F++/GEM  20.00
Semipallium dianae Crandall, 1979 Australia, WA  45-55mm, very rare from WA, variable colours F++/GEM  12.00
Semipallium dianae Crandall, 1979 Australia, WA  45-55mm, very rare from WA, unusual colours: red and orange F+/F++  30.00
Semipallium dianae Crandall, 1979 Australia, WA  45-55mm, very rare from WA, very unusual deep purple F++  55.00
Euvola diegensis (Dall, 1853) USA, California  80-90mm, special hand-selected, great condition, typical brown  F++/GEM  12.00
Euvola diegensis (Dall, 1853) USA, California  80-90mm, rare orange/white specimens  F++/GEM  55.00
Lissochlamys exotica (Dillwyn, 1817) Africa, Congo 25-35mm, smooth shells with white on brown F++/GEM  4.00
Azumapecten farreri (Jones & Preston, 1904) Japan 60-70mm, variable colours, 10-12 major ribs on top valve F++ 5.00
Mesopeplum fenestratum (Hedley, 1901) Australia, QLD 30-40mm, commercial sp, bright pink, red, purple on white F++/GEM  10.00
Mesopeplum fenestratum (Hedley, 1901) Australia, WA  20-30mm, form triggi, exceptionally rare form  F++   95.00
Annachlamys flabellata (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, WA  55-70mm, pure white/orange/pink/red/purple col, never GEM F++  10.00
Aequipecten flabellum (Gmelin, 1791) Africa, Senegal  35-40mm, variable and pretty orange, red and brown patterns  F++/GEM  4.00
Semipallium flavicans (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  50-60mm, superb yellow interior, uncommon in WA, often large F++  10.00
Flexopecten flexuosus (Poli, 1795) Europe, Italy 25-35mm, very variable with many colours F++/GEM  3.00
Nodipecten fragosus (Conrad, 1849) USA, Florida  under 100mm, typically brown, fawn and pale red  F++  10.00
Nodipecten fragosus (Conrad, 1849) USA, Florida  over 100mm, typically brown, fawn and pale red  F+/F++  20.00
Mimachlamys funebris (Reeve, 1853) Australia, WA  45-55mm, two main colours, usually pred. brown and tan  F++/GEM  10.00
Mimachlamys funebris (Reeve, 1853) Australia, WA  45-55mm, unusual colours - pred. red or orange, rare   F++/GEM  20.00
Mimachlamys funebris (Reeve, 1853) Australia, WA  45-55mm, colour-set of 3 sp in range, one ea. brown/orange/red  F++/GEM  25.00
Semipallium fulvicostatum (Adams & Reeve, 1850) Indonesia  30-35mm, variable, mostly red/pink and fawn, var. locations, nice F++/GEM  10.00
Pecten fumatus Reeve, 1852 Australia, WA  75-85mm, commercial sp, concave lower, flat upper valve, brown  F++  15.00
Pecten fumatus Reeve, 1852 Australia, WA  60-75mm, concave lower, flat upper valve, incl. pink / white  F+/F++  10.00
Pecten fumatus Reeve, 1852 Australia, WA  60-75mm, colour-set of 3 sp. variable, incl. unusual colours F+/F++  28.00
Talochlamys gemmulata Reeve, 1853 New Zealand  30-40mm, small but extremely colourful and variable  F++/GEM  12.00
Argopecten gibbus (Linnaeus, 1758) USA, Florida  30-40mm, typical specimens with brown flecks  F++/GEM  3.00
Crassadoma gigantea (Gray, 1825) USA, California 90-100mm, nicely sculptured specimens  F+/F++  20.00
Crassadoma gigantea (Gray, 1825) USA, California over 100mm, rare in good condition at this size F+/F++  30.00
Flexopecten glaber (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, Italy 30-45mm, superb pink, mauve, cream, tan, grey, orange, yellow F++/GEM  2.00
Flexopecten glaber (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, Italy 45-60mm, superb colour range - very large for species F++/GEM  3.00
Flexopecten glaber (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, Italy 30-45mm, superb yellow form  F++/GEM  5.00
Flexopecten glaber (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, Italy 30-45mm, offer: set of 10 super colours F++/GEM  15.00
Mimachlamys gloriosa (Reeve, 1853) Australia, QLD 60-80mm, very variable colour, often very spiny F++/GEM 4.00
Aequipecten glyptus (Verrill, 1882) USA, Florida  35-40mm, nicely striped species  F++/GEM  12.00
Chlamys hastata (Sowerby II, 1842) USA  40-45mm, uncommon species in very good condition  F++/GEM  25.00
Notochlamys hexactes (Peron, 1819) Australia, WA  35-45mm, was called anguineus, typical nice brown/fawn sp F++/GEM  15.00
Notochlamys hexactes (Peron, 1819) Australia, WA  35-45mm, white or dark brown / black, rare   F++/GEM  25.00
Notochlamys hexactes (Peron, 1819) Australia, WA  35-45mm, unusual & rare colours: orange, red & lavender  F++/GEM  120.00
Excellichlamys histrionica (Gmelin, 1791) Thailand  20-25mm, some with nice dark orange, red and black rays F++/GEM  12.00
Argopecten irradians (Lamarck, 1819) USA, Texas 50-70mm, f. amplicostatus, v. inflated, grey/tan top, white below F++/GEM  4.00
Argopecten irradians (Lamarck, 1819) USA, Florida 50-70mm, f. concentricus, like amplicostatus but with fine ribs F++/GEM  4.00
Argopecten irradians (Lamarck, 1819) USA, East Coast 50-70mm, f. irradians, typical grey/tan sp with pale lower valve F++/GEM  3.00
Argopecten irradians (Lamarck, 1819) USA, East Coast 50-70mm, f. irradians, super colours, incl. yellow, orange, etc.  F++/GEM  5.00
Pecten jacobaeus (Linnaeus, 1758) Mediterranean 80-120mm, typical, tan upper valve and white lower valve F+/F++ 5.00
Mimachlamys lentiginosa (Reeve, 1853) Philippines  30-40mm, Pacific f.- typical brown, white specks, red umbo  F++/GEM  3.00
Annachlamys kuhnholtzi (Bernardi, 1860) Australia, QLD 30-50mm, very round shape with rounded auricles F++ 5.00
Annachlamys kuhnholtzi (Bernardi, 1860) Australia, QLD over 50mm, rare this size F++ 10.00
Leptopecten latiauratus (Conrad, 1837) USA, California 20-30mm, thin tan sp with white v-shaped markings F++/GEM  3.00
Aequipecten lindae Petuch, 1995 USA, Florida  20-25mm, similar to L. muscosus  F++/GEM  20.00
Argopecten lineolaris (Lamarck, 1819) USA, East Coast  35-40mm, very fine busy pattern  F++  6.00
Zygochlamys lischkei Dunker, 1850 Uruguay  50-60mm, striped with tan & brown  F++  10.00
Scaeochlamys livida (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, WA  65-75mm, introduced QLD sp, frondier in WA, brown/cream F++  20.00
Scaeochlamys livida (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, WA  55-65mm, introduced QLD sp, superb WA rare orange/red F++  38.00
Scaeochlamys livida (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, QLD  50-60mm, generally smaller, less frondy, typical QLD sp  F++  10.00
Haumea loxoides (Sowerby II, 1882) USA, Hawaii  15-20mm, dark mottled upper valve & white lower valve  F++/GEM  8.00
Placopecten magellanicus Gmelin, 1791) USA, North Carolina  70-80mm, smooth flattened species, trawled  F+/F++  15.00
Placopecten magellanicus Gmelin, 1791) USA, North Carolina  50-60mm, smooth flattened species, trawled  F+/F++  10.00
Pecten maximus (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, North Sea under 80mm, heavily ribbed specimens, typical  F++/GEM  2.00
Pecten maximus (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, North Sea over 80mm, heavily ribbed specimens, typical  F++/GEM  3.00
Mirapecten mirificus (Reeve, 1853) Philippines  under 35mm, pink, orange and red / orange colours  F++/GEM  3.00
Mirapecten mirificus (Reeve, 1853) Philippines  over 35mm, pink, orange and red / orange colours  F++/GEM  5.00
Aequipecten muscosus (Wood, 1828) USA, Florida  30-40mm, typical pale brown shells  F++  4.00
Aequipecten muscosus (Wood, 1828) USA, Florida  30-40mm, typical pale brown shells  F++/GEM  8.00
Aequipecten muscosus (Wood, 1828) USA, Florida  25-35mm,unusual and rare red shells  F++/GEM  10.00
Pecten novaezelandiae Reeve, 1852 New Zealand  under 100mm, typical brown / purple shells  F++  6.00
Pecten novaezelandiae Reeve, 1852 New Zealand  over 100mm, typical brown / purple shells  F++  10.00
Aequipecten opercularis (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, France 30-50mm, super range of colours F++/GEM  2.00
Aequipecten opercularis (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, North Sea over 50mm, super range of colours  F++/GEM  3.00
Aequipecten opercularis (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, North Sea 30-50mm, offer: set of 10 colours F++/GEM  15.00
Aequipecten opercularis (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, North Sea over 50mm, offer: set of 10 colours F++/GEM  20.00
Caribachlamys ornata (Lamarck, 1819) USA, Florida  30-40mm, brown with white pattern, typical  F++/GEM  4.00
Caribachlamys ornata (Lamarck, 1819) USA, Florida  20-30mm, unusual bright orange form  F++/GEM  12.00
Gloripallium pallium (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  30-40mm, brown with white pattern, typical  F++/GEM  6.00
Euvola papyraceum (Grabb, 1873) USA, Texas 50-60mm, mottled brown upper valve  F++  4.00
Euvola papyraceum (Grabb, 1873) USA, Texas 40-50mm, mottled brown upper valve  F++  3.00
Caribachlamys pellucens (Linnaeus, 1758) USA, Florida 25-35mm, very nodulose species, white and pink F++/GEM 6.00
Caribachlamys pellucens (Linnaeus, 1758) USA, Florida over 35mm, very nodulose species, white and pink F++/GEM 10.00
Manupecten pesfelis (Linnaeus, 1758) Mediterranean  30-50mm, typical brown shells with some yellow  F++  10.00
Amusium pleuronectes (Linnaeus, 1758) Philippines  60-70mm, typical for this species  F++  3.00
Talochlamys pulleineana (Tate, 1887) Australia, WA  16-20mm, rare deep water species, typical specimens  F++  50.00
Argopecten purpuratus (Lamarck, 1819) Peru  50-55mm, purple with white flecks  F++/GEM  6.00
Decatopecten radula (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  75-85mm, large dark species, never GEM  F++  8.00
Decatopecten radula Webb, 1957 Australia, WA  75-90mm, form griggi, large scales on back, very nice F++  10.00
Decatopecten radula Webb, 1957 Australia, WA  under 75mm, form griggi, large scales on back, nice F++  5.00
Mirapecten rastellum (Lamarck, 1819) Australia, WA  35-40mm, very rare from WA, nice condition for species  F++/GEM  12.00
Euvola raveneli (Dall, 1898) USA, Florida  40-50mm, variable trawled species  F++/GEM  4.00
Euvola raveneli (Dall, 1898) USA, Florida  50-60mm, variable trawled species, large specimens  F++/GEM  6.00
Chlamys rubida (Hinds, 1845) USA  50-55mm, a range of typical colours  F++/GEM  5.00
Chlamys rubida (Hinds, 1845) USA  40-50mm, unusual and rare colours, i. e. yellow  F++/GEM  20.00
Mimachlamys sanguinea (Linnaeus, 1758) Philippines  50-70mm, many colours, very variable  F++/GEM  3.00
Mimachlamys scabricostata (Sowerby II, 1915) Australia, WA  45-50mm, very colourful, often frilly - fawn, cream or brown  F++/GEM  6.00
Mimachlamys scabricostata (Sowerby II, 1915) Australia, WA  40-45mm, very colourful, frilly, unusual colours, red/orange F++/GEM  20.00
Mimachlamys scabricostata (Sowerby II, 1915) Australia, WA  25-30mm, very colourful, often frilly, unusual & rare, yellow  F++   38.00
Mimachlamys scabricostata (Sowerby II, 1915) Australia, WA  35-45mm, colour set of 5 sp illustrating the variable range   F++  38.00
Caribachlamys sentis (Reeve, 1853) USA, Florida  30-40mm, dark colours  F++/GEM  3.00
Caribachlamys sentis (Reeve, 1853) USA, Florida  40-50mm, spectacular red specimens  F++/GEM  5.00
Pseudamussium septemradiatum (Mueller, 1776) Europe, Italy 35-45mm, tan dorsum, white lower value, 4-5 gentle ribs F++/GEM  8.00
Volachlamys singaporina (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, QLD  35-40mm, with mottled pattern, hard to get now  F++/GEM  8.00
Gloripallium speciosum Reeve, 1853) Australia, WA  45-50mm, rare from WA, dead only, variable colours F++/GEM  25.00
Gloripallium speciosum Reeve, 1853) Australia, WA  45-50mm, rare from WA, dead only, unusual, rare colours  F++/GEM   60.00
Excellichlamys spectabilis Reeve, 1853) Australia, WA  20-25mm, hard to obtain from WA, variably wide ribs F++/GEM  12.00
Scaeochlamys squamata (Gmelin, 1791) Japan 30-50mm, variable colours with large scales, 5-7 major ribs F++/GEM 3.00
Scaeochlamys squamea Dijkstra & Maestrati, 2009 Australia, WA 50-55mm, flat top valve, busy ribbed sculpture with scales F++/GEM 15.00
Laevichlamys squamosa (Gmelin, 1791) Australia, WA  45-50mm, variable, typically brown, fawn, pale yellow/orange  F++  5.00
Laevichlamys squamosa (Gmelin, 1791) Australia, WA  45-50mm, variable, unusual colours - yellow, orange or red  F++  25.00
Annachlamys striatula (Linnaeus, 1758) Philippines  40-50mm, colourful species  F++/GEM  4.00
Swiftopecten swiftii (Bernardi, 1858) Japan  80-100mm, typical colours, brown / pink   F++/GEM  8.00
Nodipecten subnodosus (Sowerby I, 1835) Mexico, Pacific  under 60mm, more heavily sculptured - better than larger sp   F++/GEM 3.00
Nodipecten subnodosus (Sowerby I, 1835) Mexico, Pacific  60-80mm, typically very heavily sculptured, beautiful F++/GEM 5.00
Nodipecten subnodosus (Sowerby I, 1835) Mexico, Pacific  under 100mm, typical colours: brown and fawn  F++  10.00
Nodipecten subnodosus (Sowerby I, 1835) Mexico, Pacific  over 100mm, typically brown & fawn, spectacular this size  F++  15.00
Nodipecten subnodosus (Sowerby I, 1835) Mexico, Pacific  over 140mm, very large and spectacular, range of colours  F++  20.00
Anguipecten superbus (Sowerby II, 1842) Philippines  40-50mm, red orange pattern  F++/GEM   12.00
Anguipecten superbus (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA  50-65mm, extremely rare shell from WA in good condition  F+/F++  30.00
Anguipecten superbus (Sowerby II, 1842) Australia, WA  50-65mm, extremely rare shell from WA in good condition  F++/GEM   50.00
Laevichlamys superficialis (Forsskal, 1775) Egypt 40-50mm, brown sp with 6-8 white ribs F++/GEM 20.00
Laevichlamys superficialis (Forsskal, 1775) Egypt 50-70mm, brown sp with 6-8 white ribs F++/GEM 30.00
Delectopecten vancouverensis (Whiteaves, 1893) USA, California  25-30mm, very clean and large specimens for species  F+/F++  25.00
Mimachlamys varia (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, France 35-45mm, variable colours F++/GEM  2.00
Argopecten ventricosus (Sowerby II, 1842) Panama 30-40mm, orange / black shells F++/GEM  3.00
Argopecten ventricosus (Sowerby II, 1842) Mexico, Pacific  40-50mm, inflated species, variable wide range of colours  F++/GEM  5.00
Bractechlamys vexillum (Reeve, 1853) Africa, Tanzania 35-45mm, heavily ribbed, black, brown & white pattern F++/GEM 3.00
Bractechlamys vexillum (Reeve, 1853) Philippines 40-50mm, bright orange or yellow/orange specimens F++/GEM 3.00
Euvola vogdesi (Arnold, 1906) Mexico  60-80mm, concave upper valve  F++  4.00
Complicachlamys wardiana Iredale, 1939 Australia, WA  35-45mm, range of colours, incl. brown/ fawn, purple / red F++/GEM  5.00
Complicachlamys wardiana Iredale, 1939 Australia, WA  35-45mm, unusual and rare colours: orange and white  F++/GEM  15.00
Complicachlamys wardiana Iredale, 1939 Australia, WA  35-45mm, colour set of 5 sp, whole range incl. white/orange F++/GEM  40.00
Mirapecten yaroni Dijkstra & Knudsen, 1998 Red Sea 45-55mm, spectacular sp, can be red, orange or brown F++/GEM  20.00
Talochlamys zeelandiae (Gray, 1843) New Zealand  25-30mm, many variable colours and patterns  F++/GEM  8.00
Euvola ziczac (Linnaeus, 1758) Mexico, Gulf  40-50mm, relatively smooth species, variable colours  F++/GEM  4.00
Euvola ziczac (Linnaeus, 1758) Mexico, Gulf  over 50mm, mostly smooth, large for sp, variable colours  F++  8.00
Euvola ziczac (Linnaeus, 1758) USA, Florida  40-50mm, orange or red specimens  F+/F++  15.00

 

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