Australian Seashells P/L - 5 Ealing Mews, Kingsley WA 6026, Australia. web: www.australianseashells.com.au, e-mail: shells@seashells.net.au
RANELLIDAE ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Cymatium africanum A Adams, 1854 South Africa  70-90mm, predominantly orange with brown pattern F++/GEM  20.00
Ranella australasia Perry, 1811 Western Australia  30-40mm, dark tan shell with white aperture, w/o F++/GEM  3.00
Ranella australasia Perry, 1811 Western Australia  40-50mm, dark tan shell with white aperture, w/o F++/GEM  4.00
Ranella australasia Perry, 1811 Western Australia  50-70mm, dark tan with white aperture - striking shells, w/o F++/GEM  5.00
Ranella australasia Perry, 1811 Western Australia  40-60mm, white/cream shell with white aperture, rare this colour w/o F++/GEM  10.00
Sassia bassi Angas, 1869 Tasmania, Australia  35-45mm, very inflated body whorl, pale cream, some banding w/o F++/GEM  15.00
Gyrineum bituberculare  Lamarck, 1816 India  25-30mm, tan shells with darker highlights on body nodules F++/GEM  4.00
Septa closeli (Beu, 1987) Madagascar  45-50mm, tan to dark brown shells with darker varices F++/GEM  6.00
Cymatium cynocephalum Lamarck, 1816 Florida, USA  50-65mm, orange, dark brown banded inside, long anterior canal w/o F++/GEM  8.00
Cymatium dolarium Linnaeus, 1767 South Africa  30-40mm, truncate species with heavy spiral ribs  F++/GEM  8.00
Sassia eburnea Reeve, 1844 South Australia  15-18mm, fine sculptured white shells  F++/GEM  4.00
Cymatium exaratum Reeve, 1844 S/W W Australia  30-40mm, heavily sculptured mottled brown/white/tan shells, w/o  F++/GEM  4.00
Cymatium exile Reeve, 1844 Philippines  45-50mm, predominantly white, spare brown markings, white aperture F++/GEM  6.00
Cymatium flaveolum Roding, 1798 Indonesia  40-50mm, dark brown bands on tan background w/o  F++/GEM  8.00
Argobuccinum fraterculus Beu, 1987 South Australia  20-22mm, cream species with extended anterior canal w/o  F++/GEM  35.00
Cymatium gemmatum Reeve, 1844 Marquesas Islands 23-25mm, white specimens, rare location  F++/GEM  5.00
Cymatium hepaticum  Roding, 1798 Indonesia  35-45mm, tan/brown bands with black-  two white flashes on lip w/o  F++/GEM  4.00
Sassia kampyla Watson, 1855 Western Australia  30-40mm, cream coloured deep water trawled shells w/o  F++  8.00
Cymatium krebsi Moerch, 1877 Florida, USA 25-30mm, white species with long anterior canal  F++  8.00
Cymatium keenae Beu, 1970 Baja Mexico  100-120mm,with brown lirae on columella  F++  25.00
Cymatium klenei Sowerby,1889 South Africa  40-50mm, dead but representative  dead  4.00
Gyrineum lacunatum Mighels, 1845 Western Australia  15-17mm, white, pink accents on varices, lip and anterior canal  F++/GEM  3.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 NSW, Australia 80-100mm, form rubicunda, delicate inflated eastern form, w/o  F++  25.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 NSW, Australia over 100mm, form rubicunda, eastern form, rare this size, w/o  F++  30.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 NSW, Australia Under 80mm, red form, pale orange/red, w/o  F++  25.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 NSW, Australia 80-100mm, red form, pale orange/red, w/o F++  30.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 NSW, Australia over 100mm, red form, pale orange/red, w/o F++  38.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  under 100mm, f rubicunda powelli, typical eroded spire, w/o F++  10.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  100-120mm, f rubicunda powelli, always with eroded spire, w/o F++  15.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  120-150mm, f rubicunda powelli, large, heavy, eroded spire, w/o F+/F++  20.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  over 150mm, f rubicunda powelli, very rare size, eroded spire, w/o F+/F++  38.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  over 170mm, f rubicunda powelli, heavy giant, eroded spire, w/o F+  75.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  70-100mm, white form, very pale to white, eroded spire, w/o F++  30.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  over 150mm, f rubicunda eucla, pale elongate deep water, like capax F+/F++  38.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 South Africa  140-160mm, form rubicunda pustulata, typical for species, w/o  F+/F++  38.00
Charonia lampas Linnaeus, 1758 New Zealand  150-160mm, form rubicunda capax, large, light and pale shells, w/o  F++  38.00
Fusitriton magellanicus Roeding, 1758 Western Australia  100-120mm, deep water trawled shells, white & cream - w/o  F++  10.00
Fusitriton magellanicus Roeding, 1758 Western Australia  120-140mm, deep water trawled shells, white & cream - w/o  F++  15.00
Cymatium marerubrum Garcia & Talavera,1985 Egypt  20-25mm, deep red shells with single pale band on body whorl  dead 10.00
Sassia mimetica Tate, 1893 South Australia  20-24mm, a rare deep water species  F++/GEM  40.00
Cymatium moritinctum Reeve, 1844 Florida, USA 50-60mm, f caribaeum, orange, strong nodules, dead representative dead 10.00
Cymatium mundum Gould, 1849 Western Australia  35-45mm, mostly white with high spire & prominent varices  F++/GEM  5.00
Ranella olearium Linnaeus,1758 New Zealand  130-160mm, deep water sp with large nodules on body whorl, w/o F++  8.00
Fusitriton oregonensis Redfield, 1846 BC, Canada  45-55mm, interesting shells with periostricum intact, with operculum  F++  12.00
Sassia parkinsonia Perry, 1811 Tasmania, Australia  25-30mm, local heavy species, with operculum  F++/GEM  12.00
Cymatium parthenopeum (von Salis, 1793) Western Australia  70-80mm, very nice shells with or without perio, w/o  F++  3.00
Cymatium parthenopeum (von Salis, 1793) Western Australia  80-100mm, very nice shells with or without perio, w/o  F++  5.00
Cymatium parthenopeum (von Salis, 1793) Western Australia  over 100mm, very nice shells with or without perio, w/o  F++  8.00
Cymatium peasei Beu,1987) Marquesas Islands 25-30mm, endemic French Polynesia sp, single nodule on whorl lip F++  65.00
Argobuccinum pustulosum Lightfoot, 1786 Tasmania, Australia  70-80mm, much smoother Australian form, w/o  F++  5.00
Argobuccinum pustulosum Lightfoot, 1786 Chile  80-90mm, form ranelliforme, large, robust South American ssp F++  10.00
Cymatium sarcostomum  Reeve, 1844 Western Australia  45-55mm, orange with dark staining on columellar aperture side w/o F++/GEM  5.00
Sassia sexcostata  Tate, 1888 South Australia  18-20mm, tan/brown species low sculpture  F++/GEM  4.00
Cabestana spengleri Perry, 1811 South Australia  90-110mm, nice shells with flared lip, w/o  F++/GEM  15.00
Cabestana spengleri Perry, 1811 South Australia  110-125mm, super shells with flared lip, w/o  F++/GEM  30.00
Cabestana spengleri Perry, 1811 South Australia  over 125mm, super shells with flared lip, w/o  F++/GEM  45.00
Cabestana spengleri Perry, 1811 NSW, Australia 70-90mm, smaller northern form, w/o  F++/GEM  12.00
Cabestana spengleri Perry, 1811 NSW, Australia 90-120mm, smaller northern form, w/o  F++/GEM  20.00
Sassia subdistorta  Lamarck, 1822 Tasmania, Australia  40-50mm, nicely sculptured, raised nodules, white on tan, w/o  F++/GEM  8.00
Cymatium sinense  Reeve, 1844 QLD, Australia 40-50mm, white/cream with raised sculpture w/o  F++/GEM  4.00
Cymatium sinense  Reeve, 1844 QLD, Australia 50-60mm, large for this species w/o  F++/GEM  6.00
Cabestana tabulata Menke, 1843 S/W W Australia  40-45mm, heavily ribbed tan shells, w/o  F++/GEM  4.00
Cymatium tenuiliratum Lischke, 1873 South Africa  35-40mm, deep water shells, some with perio intact  F++/GEM  15.00
Cymatium tenuiliratum Lischke, 1873 Philippines  25-35mm, tall spired and graceful with long anterior canal  F++/GEM  4.00
Charonia variegata Lamarck, 1816 Caribbean  over 250mm, nice colours and good spire  F++  95.00
Sassia verrucosa Reeve, 1844 South Australia  20-22mm, heavily sculptured species  F++/GEM  4.00
Cymatium vespaceum Lamarck, 1822 Pt Hedland, WA 40-50mm, pale tan/cream shells with long anterior canal  F++/GEM  3.00

 

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