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Listing alphabetically by Genus: LAMBIS, RIMELLA, ROSTELLARIELLA, STROMBUS, STRUTHIOLARIA, TEREBELLUM & TIBIA
Genus Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Lambis adamsi Bozzetti & Cossignani, 2003 Philippines 70-100mm, tiny dwarf population of L lambis, often tiny legs F++/GEM 8.00
Lambis adamsi Bozzetti & Cossignani, 2003 Philippines 60-70mm, tiny dwarf population of L lambis, often tiny legs F++/GEM 12.00
Lambis adamsi Bozzetti & Cossignani, 2003 Philippines 50-60mm, tiny dwarf population of L lambis, rare size F++/GEM 15.00
Lambis adamsi Bozzetti & Cossignani, 2003 Philippines under 50mm, tiniest dwarf L lambis, very rare size F++/GEM 25.00
Lambis chiragra (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  200-250mm, giant WA form, largest worldwide F++    25.00
Lambis chiragra (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  over 250mm, giant WA form, largest worldwide, massive F++    35.00
Lambis chiragra (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, Coral Sea 140-160mm, f rugosa, orange/red mouth, brown/black lirae  F++/GEM    60.00
Lambis crocata Link, 1807 Africa, East Coast  130-140mm, heavy form of species  F++     5.00
Lambis crocata Link, 1807 Marquesas Islands  150-160mm, f pilsbryi, endemic Marquesas sp, typical, w/o  F++     95.00
Lambis crocata Link, 1807 Marquesas Islands  160-190mm, f pilsbryi, endemic Marquesas sp, typical, w/o  F++    110.00
Lambis crocata Link, 1807 Marquesas Islands  190-200mm, f pilsbryi, endemic Marquesas sp, typical, w/o  F++     185.00
Lambis crocata Link, 1807 Marquesas Islands  200-230mm, f pilsbryi, endemic Marquesas sp, giant, w/o  F+/F++     185.00
Lambis digitata Perry, 1811 Africa, Madagascar  120-140mm, spectacular shells with heavily lirate aperture F++/GEM    45.00
Lambis lambis (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD 180-200mm, beautiful super sized sp, very fine legs, w/o F++ 10.00
Lambis lambis (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD 200-280mm, super giant sp, very fine, spectacular legs, w/o F++ 15.00
Lambis scorpius (Linnaeus, 1758) Philippines  130-140mm, super specimens with colourful dorsum, w/o F++/GEM     6.00
Lambis scorpius (Linnaeus, 1758) Thailand  130-140mm, form indomaris, typical   F++     10.00
Lambis scorpius (Linnaeus, 1758) Africa, East Coast  130-140mm, form indomaris, with purple aperture  F++     10.00
Lambis truncata Lightfoot, 1786 Africa, East Coast  275-325mm, form truncata, giant, good colour and pattern F+/F++     38.00
Lambis violacea (Swainson, 1821) Mauritius  100-120mm, typical violet aperture blush, damage to 'legs' F/F+     45.00
Lambis violacea (Swainson, 1821) Mauritius  100-120mm, typical violet blush, damaged 'legs', but nice F+/F++     80.00
Lambis wheelwrighti Green, 1978 Philippines  170-200mm, possibly a hybrid of millipedes and truncata F+/F++     55.00
Rimella cancellata (Lamarck, 1816) Australia, WA  25-35mm, rare from here  F++/GEM     8.00
Rimella cancellata (Lamarck, 1816) Philippines  20-25mm, nice dark patterns  GEM     3.00
Rimella cancellata (Lamarck, 1816) Indonesia  20-25mm, typical for species  GEM     4.00
Rimella crispata Sowerby, 1842 Philippines  20-22mm, very nice sculpture  F++/GEM     5.00
Rostellariella delicatula (Nevill, 1881) Sri Lanka 90-110mm, elongate shells, 3-4 white spiral bands, w/o F++/GEM 5.00
Rostellariella delicatula (Nevill, 1881) India 45-65mm, form nana, small inflated form F++/GEM 5.00
Rostellariella martini Marrat, 1877 Taiwan  110-120mm, typical for species  F++/GEM     10.00
Strombus abbotti Dekkers & Liverani,2010 Philippines  30-40mm, was called labiosa (from S/W Pacific)  F++/GEM sold out
Strombus alatus (Gmelin, 1791) Mexico, Gulf  80-90mm, purple band in aperture  F++     6.00
Strombus alatus (Gmelin, 1791) USA, Florida 75-80mm, typical for species  F++     4.00
Strombus aratrum (Roeding, 1798) Australia, QLD  60-65mm, typical pale QLD form  F++     6.00
Strombus aratrum (Roeding, 1798) Australia, QLD  70-80mm, larger shells, typical pale QLD form  F++     10.00
Strombus aratrum (Roeding, 1798) Australia, Darwin 75-80mm, often darker and larger, w/o  F++/GEM     10.00
Strombus aratrum (Roeding, 1798) Solomon Islands  80-85mm, nice local variant  F++     8.00
Strombus aurisdianae (Linnaeus, 1758) Manus Island 60-65mm, larger Admiralty Islands form  F++     4.00
Strombus aurisdianae (Linnaeus, 1758) Papua New Guinea  50-55mm, localised form  F++     3.00
Strombus aurisdianae (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD  55-60mm, large for species w/o  F++     4.00
Strombus aurora Kronenberg, 2002 Africa, Madagascar  50-60mm, nice mottled shells F++/GEM     10.00
Strombus aurora Kronenberg, 2002 Africa, Tanzania  50-60mm, rare orange form  F++/GEM     15.00
Strombus bulla (Roeding, 1798) Australia, QLD  50-60mm, pale shells with pink/orange aperture  F++     5.00
Strombus bulla (Roeding, 1798) Manus Island 50-60mm, pale shells with pink/orange aperture  F++     6.00
Strombus campbelli Griffith & Pidgeon, 1834 Australia, WA  45-50mm, typical for species, w/o  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus campbelli Griffith & Pidgeon, 1834 Australia, WA  50-60mm,larger shells, w/o   F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus canarium (Linnaeus, 1758) Papua New Guinea  30-40mm, typical for species  F++     4.00
Strombus canarium (Linnaeus, 1758) Vanuatu  40-45mm, large for species  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus canarium (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD  30-35mm, smaller Australian form, w/o  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus canarium (Linnaeus, 1758) Admiralty Islands  30-40mm, typical  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus canarium (Linnaeus, 1758) Philippines  30-40mm, typical for species  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus chrysostomus Kuroda, 1942 Papua New Guinea  60-70mm, yellow/orange aperture  F++     12.00
Strombus chrysostomus Kuroda, 1942 Papua New Guinea  over 70mm, yellow/orange aperture, giants  F++     15.00
Strombus costatus (Gmelin, 1791) USA, Florida 100-130mm, heavy mature shells  F++     12.00
Strombus costatus (Gmelin, 1791) USA, Florida over 130mm, massive with thick outer lip  F++     20.00
Strombus costatus (Gmelin, 1791) USA, Florida over 150mm, rare this size  F++     30.00
Strombus costatus (Gmelin, 1791) USA, Florida 100-130mm, lovely pink specimens  F++  35.00
Strombus decorus (Roeding, 1798) Singapore  50-55mm, variable patterns  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus decorus (Roeding, 1798) Mauritius  50-55mm, zigzag banding  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus decorus (Roeding, 1798) Africa, East Coast  40-45mm, nodulose shoulders  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus decorus (Roeding, 1798) Thailand  45-50mm, heavy form  F+/F++     3.00
Strombus dentatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Marquesas Islands  under 40mm, very dark form, w/o  GEM     4.00
Strombus dentatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Marquesas Islands  40-45mm, dark but typical for location, w/o  GEM     6.00
Strombus dentatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Marquesas Islands  over 45mm, very large, w/o  GEM     12.00
Strombus dentatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Kwajalein  25-30mm, dwarf form from unusual location  F++/GEM     6.00
Strombus dentatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Solomon Islands  40-45mm, solid but typical for species  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus dentatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  35-40mm, robust form, w/o  F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus dentatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Manus Island 45-50mm, very large, with pale dorsum  F++     5.00
Strombus dilatatus (Swainson, 1821) Australia, QLD  50-55mm, form dilatatus, typical pale Queensland form  F++     6.00
Strombus dilatatus (Swainson, 1821) Australia, QLD  45-50mm, form dilatatus, typical QLD form  F++/GEM     6.00
Strombus dilatatus (Swainson, 1821) Australia, WA  40-50mm, dark dorsum and brown interior, w/o  F++/GEM     8.00
Strombus dilatatus (Swainson, 1821) Malaysia, Borneo  20-30mm, super dwarf population, fully developed, w/o  F++/GEM  5.00
Strombus epidromis (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  65-70mm, very rare from Australia, WA  F++/GEM     12.00
Strombus epidromis (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD  60-70mm, typical for species  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus epidromis (Linnaeus, 1758) Sri Lanka  55-60mm, pale tan dorsum  F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus epidromis (Linnaeus, 1758) New Caledonia  55-60mm, variable patterns, w/o  F++     4.00
Strombus erythrinus Dillwyn, 1817 Indonesia 20-30mm, pale, orange & black outer lip F++/GEM  3.00
Strombus erythrinus Dillwyn, 1817 Australia, QLD  25-35mm, rare from Australia, very dark aperture  F++/GEM  4.00
Strombus fasciatus Born, 1778 Red Sea  30-40mm, lovely striped shells with orange aperture  F++/GEM     10.00
Strombus fasciatus Born, 1778 Red Sea  over 40mm, lovely striped shells with orange aperture  F++/GEM     15.00
Strombus fragilis (Roeding, 1798) Kwajalein Atoll  30-40mm, inflated body whorl with dark aperture  F++/GEM     10.00
Strombus fusiformis Sowerby I, 1842  Africa, East Coast  30-35mm, tall slender species with lirate aperture  F++/GEM     6.00
Strombus gallus (Linnaeus, 1758) Brazil  120-130mm, tan/orange shells, w/o  F++     12.00
Strombus gallus (Linnaeus, 1758) Virgin Islands  120-130mm, tan/orange, more robust than Brazilian sp F++     12.00
Strombus gibberulus (Linnaeus, 1758) Seychelles  50-55mm, form gibberulus, tan striped body whorl  F+/F++     3.00
Strombus gibberulus (Linnaeus, 1758) Africa, Madagascar  45-50mm, form gibberulus, dark tan dorsum  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus gibberulus (Linnaeus, 1758) Mauritius  55-60mm, form gibberulus, giant super shells  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus gibberulus (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD  40-42mm, f gibbosus, pale dorsum with purple aperture, w/o  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus gibberulus (Linnaeus, 1758) New Caledonia  30-35mm, form gibbosus, orange banded form  F++     5.00
Strombus gibberulus (Linnaeus, 1758) Red Sea  38-40mm, f albus, short and stout shape, pink aperture  F++/GEM     6.00
Strombus gracilior Sowerby, 1825 Mexico, West Coast  50-60mm, yellow / orange-banded form, w/o  F++     5.00
Strombus granulatus Swainson, 1822 Mexico, West Coast  60-70mm, typical form, w/o  F++     5.00
Strombus granulatus Swainson, 1822 Panama  50-60mm, small nodulose form  F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus granulatus Swainson, 1822 Mexico, West Coast  40-50mm, fully mature dwarf form, w/o  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus guidoi ManIn'tVeld & deTurck,1998 Vanuatu  40-50mm, white species  F++     45.00
Strombus hawaiiensis Pilsbry, 1917 USA, Hawaii  60-70mm, dead but complete, good representative dead     110.00
Strombus hawaiiensis Pilsbry, 1917 USA, Hawaii  70-80mm, live collected but with juvenile lip     300.00
Strombus helli Kiener, 1843 USA, Hawaii  10-15mm, with pink aperture, endemic to Hawaii  F++/GEM      12.00
Strombus helli Kiener, 1843 USA, Hawaii  15-17mm, with pink aperture, endemic to Hawaii  F++/GEM      15.00
Strombus helli Kiener, 1843 USA, Hawaii 17-20mm, large for this species  F++/GEM     25.00
Strombus hemastoma Sowerby, 1845 Kwajalein Atoll  10-15mm, dark red aperture  F++/GEM     12.00
Strombus iredalei Abbott, 1960 Australia, WA  50-65mm, typical for species, w/o  F++/GEM     8.00
Strombus iredalei Abbott, 1960 Australia, WA  65-70mm, typical size and pattern, w/o  F++/GEM     10.00
Strombus iredalei Abbott, 1960 Australia, WA  40-50mm, dwarf form, often distorted, w/o  F++/GEM     12.00
Strombus iredalei Abbott, 1960 Australia, WA  over 70mm, very rare this size, w/o  F++/GEM     20.00
Strombus japonicus Reeve, 1851 Japan  55-60mm, typical for the species  F++  25.00
Strombus kleckhamae Cernohorsky, 1971 Philippines  60-65mm, form boholensis, with lovely black aperture  F++/GEM      38.00
Strombus kleckhamae Cernohorsky, 1971 Philippines  60-65mm, form boholensis, with lovely black aperture  F+/F++     25.00
Strombus labiatus (Roeding, 1798) Australia, QLD  30-35mm, typical form in tan/grey colours  F++     3.00
Strombus labiatus (Roeding, 1798) Australia, QLD  35-40mm, variable colours  F++     4.00
Strombus labiosus Wood, 1828 Africa, Tanzania  40-45mm, typical for species  F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus latus (Gmelin, 1791) Africa, Gabon  90-100mm, variable colours  F+/F++     20.00
Strombus latus (Gmelin, 1791) Africa, Senegal  80-85mm, typical form, w/o  F++     20.00
Strombus lentiginosus (Linnaeus, 1758) Africa, East Coast  60-70mm, typical with pale aperture, w/o  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus lentiginosus (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  60-70mm, typical with pale aperture, w/o  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus lentiginosus (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD  70-80mm, typical with pale aperture, w/o  F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus lentiginosus (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  60-70mm,small but typical, w/o   F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus listeri Gray,1852  Thailand  120-130mm, classic shape with large wing  F++     12.00
Strombus luhuanus (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD  50-55mm, some with periostricum and operculum  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus luhuanus (Linnaeus, 1758) Manus Island 40-42mm, smaller Admiralty Islands sp, angular shoulder  F++     4.00
Strombus maculatus Sowerby, 1842 USA, Hawaii  20-25mm, localised central Pacific form, white aperture  F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus maculatus Sowerby, 1842 Easter Island  25-30mm, f despauperatus, brown-banded, darker here F++/GEM  15.00
Strombus marginatus (Linnaeus, 1758) India  35-40mm, form marginatus, very angular shoulders  F++     5.00
Strombus marginatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Thailand  35-40mm, form marginatus, typical form  F++     5.00
Strombus marginatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  25-30mm, f robustus, interesting tapered sp, dead but good dead     3.00
Strombus marginatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Taiwan  40-50mm, f robustus, nicely patterned specimens F++/GEM 5.00
Strombus marginatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Solomon Islands  30-40mm, f septimus, Pacific form of nominate species  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus marginatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Taiwan  30-40mm, f septimus, Pacific form of nominate species  F++     6.00
Strombus marginatus (Linnaeus, 1758) India  40mm, form succinctus, typical for the species  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus microurceus Kira, 1959 Indonesia  18-20mm, typical with dark aperture  F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus minimus (Linnaeus, 1758) Manus Island 20-25mm, typical Admiralty Islands sp, with yellow aperture F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus mutabilis (Swainson, 1821) Australia, WA  35-40mm, typical colour pattern, w/o  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus mutabilis (Swainson, 1821) Australia, WA  25-30mm, rare colours incl. yellow, orange, w/o  F++/GEM     6.00
Strombus mutabilis (Swainson, 1821) Australia, QLD  30-32mm, typical with pale pink aperture  F++/GEM     2.00
Strombus mutabilis (Swainson, 1821) Australia, QLD  35-40mm, large super shells, w/o  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus mutabilis (Swainson, 1821) Africa, Madagascar  20-25mm, f black tessellated, white spots, orange/pink inside F++/GEM     8.00
Strombus mutabilis (Swainson, 1821) Rodrigues Island  20-30mm, mottled tan dorsum,  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus mutabilis (Swainson, 1821) Australia, Norfolk Is 35-40mm, rare location  F++/GEM     6.00
Strombus mutabilis (Swainson, 1821) Solomon Islands  20-25mm, form zebriolatus, vertical brown stripes F+/F++     6.00
Strombus ochroglottis Abbott, 1960 Thailand, Phuket 15-17mm, ssp betuleti, very colourful with dark aperture F++/GEM     20.00
Strombus ochroglottis Abbott, 1960 Thailand, Phuket over 17mm, ssp betuleti, very large for subspecies   F++/GEM     30.00
Strombus oldi Emerson, 1965 Africa, Somalia  100-120mm, live taken, brown blotch inside peach aperture F++     180.00
Strombus oldi Emerson, 1965 Africa, Somalia  100-120mm, dead taken shells with good colour  good     75.00
Strombus persicus (Swainson, 1821) Turkey  50-55mm, tall spired form, w/o  F++      6.00
Strombus persicus (Swainson, 1821) Turkey  45-50mm, tall spired form, w/o  F++      5.00
Strombus peruvianus Swainson, 1823 Mexico  120-140mm, peach/apricot coloured aperture  F+     30.00
Strombus peruvianus Swainson, 1823 Pacific Panama 120-140mm, peach/apricot coloured aperture  F+     30.00
Strombus peruvianus Swainson, 1823 Mexico  120-140mm, peach/apricot coloured aperture  F++     50.00
Strombus peruvianus Swainson, 1823 Pacific Panama 120-140mm, peach/apricot coloured aperture  F++     50.00
Strombus pipus (Roeding, 1798) Australia, WA  40-50mm, very rare from here  F++     25.00
Strombus pipus (Roeding, 1798) Philippines  50-60mm, typical with purple/red aperture  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus plicatus (Roeding, 1798) Africa, Mozambique  30-40mm, form columba, typical for this form  F++/GEM     6.00
Strombus plicatus (Roeding, 1798) Africa, Somalia  30-35mm, f plicatus, some with dark columella, some white F++/GEM  10.00
Strombus plicatus (Roeding, 1798) Australia, QLD  25-45mm, form pulchellus, very variable from here, w/o F++/GEM  10.00
Strombus plicatus (Roeding, 1798) Philippines   25-30mm, f pulchellus, mottled, very dark aperture, w/o F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus plicatus (Roeding, 1798) South China Sea  20-25mm, f pulchellus, nicely mottled dwarf specimen F++/GEM     4.00
Strombus plicatus (Roeding, 1798) Australia, WA  25-30mm, small dark and heavily sculptured form, w/o F++/GEM     10.00
Strombus pugilis (Linnaeus, 1758) Cuba  70-75mm, predominantly orange / yellow  F++     4.00
Strombus raninus (Gmelin, 1791) USA, Florida under 75mm, typical shells  F++     4.00
Strombus raninus (Gmelin, 1791) USA, Florida 75-90mm, mainly purple/brown colours, w/o  F++/GEM     6.00
Strombus rugosus Sowerby, 1825 Tonga  25-27mm, brown blotched shells  F++/GEM     20.00
Strombus sinuatus Humphrey, 1786 Solomon Islands  90-100mm, typical, w/o  F++     8.00
Strombus sinuatus Humphrey, 1786 Australia, WA  80-90mm, very rare from WA, with operc F++     25.00
Strombus sinuatus Humphrey, 1786 Philippines  90-100mm, variable sp., w/o  F++/GEM     6.00
Strombus taurus Reeve, 1857 Marshall Islands  80-90mm, typical  F++/GEM     110.00
Strombus taurus Reeve, 1857 Marshall Islands  70-90mm, very heavy shells  F+/F++     75.00
Strombus taurus Reeve, 1857 Marshall Islands  90-110mm, heavy with good dorsum  F++/GEM     125.00
Strombus thersites Swainson, 1823 New Caledonia  100-140mm, striking aperture but with eroded dorsum  F+/F++     65.00
Strombus thersites Swainson, 1823 New Caledonia  100-140mm, massive heavy shells with good dorsum   F++     140.00
Strombus thersites Swainson, 1823 New Caledonia  over 140mm, giant for this species, with eroded dorsum  F+     90.00
Strombus thersites Swainson, 1823 New Caledonia  over 140mm, giant for this species  F++     160.00
Strombus tricornis Humphrey, 1786 Oman  90-100mm, typical form  F++     20.00
Strombus tricornis Humphrey, 1786 Africa, Ethiopia  80-90mm, smaller form  F++     12.00
Strombus turturella (Roeding, 1798) Papua New Guinea  50-55mm, tan dorsum  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus turturella (Roeding, 1798) Papua New Guinea  55-65mm, tan dorsum  F++/GEM     8.00
Strombus turturella (Roeding, 1798) Australia, WA  60-70mm, very rare form from WA, with operc  F++     25.00
Strombus urceus (Linnaeus, 1758) Papua New Guinea  20-23mm, form incisus, small localised form  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus urceus (Linnaeus, 1758) Papua New Guinea  30-40mm, f incisus, very large for the subspecies, w/o  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus urceus (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  35-40mm, form orrae, more slender form, w/o  F++     4.00
Strombus urceus (Linnaeus, 1758) Japan, Okinawa  40-45mm, form urceus, typical  F++     5.00
Strombus urceus (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia 35-40mm, form urceus, black aperture form  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus urceus (Linnaeus, 1758) Philippines  45mm, form urceus, very variable pattern & colour, w/o  F++     4.00
Strombus urceus (Linnaeus, 1758) Thailand  25-30mm, form ustulatus, black outer lip  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus urceus (Linnaeus, 1758) Thailand  30-35mm, f ustulatus, black outer lip, fully black aperture  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus variabilis Swainson, 1820 Papua New Guinea 30-40mm, f athenius, Kavieng, live, orange bands, w/o F++/GEM  10.00
Strombus variabilis Swainson, 1820 Philippines  35-40mm, typical  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus variabilis Swainson, 1820 Thailand  30-33mm, lacks columella, with black spots  F++     4.00
Strombus variabilis Swainson, 1820 Australia, QLD  40-45mm, mottled dorsum, w/o  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus vittatus (Linnaeus, 1758) South China Sea  50-60mm, f apicatus, a dwarf population from Borneo  F++  4.00
Strombus vittatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Thailand  60-70mm, form apicatus, tall tapered shells  F++/GEM     3.00
Strombus vittatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Thailand  70-80mm, form apicatus, tall tapered shells  F++     5.00
Strombus vittatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD  60-70mm, form vittatus, very rare from Australia  F++/GEM  8.00
Strombus vittatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Philippines  80-90mm, form entropi, with tall spire  F++/GEM     5.00
Strombus vomer (Roeding, 1798) New Caledonia  60-70mm, typical for species, w/o  F++/GEM     20.00
Strombus vomer (Roeding, 1798) Australia, QLD  60-65mm, small and more robust form  F++  20.00
Strombus vomer (Roeding, 1798) Australia, QLD  over 65mm, giant shells from the Coral Sea, w/o  F++/GEM     25.00
Strombus vomer (Roeding, 1798) Japan, Okinawa 55-60mm, narrow form, w/o  F++/GEM     25.00
Strombus wienekei Wiersma & Monsecour,2012 South China Sea  25-35mm, new in labiosa complex, triangular, cream/tan dead  10.00
Strombus wienekei Wiersma & Monsecour,2012 South China Sea  25-35mm, new triangular sp, cream/tan blotches, live F++/GEM  30.00
Strombus wilsoni Abbott, 1967 Kwajalein Atoll  10-12mm, variable colours, tiny dwarf form  F++/GEM  8.00
Strombus wilsoni Abbott, 1967 Australia, WA  15-25mm, rare small species, strong shoulder nodules  F++/GEM  12.00
Strombus wilsoni Abbott, 1967 USA, Hawaii  15-20mm, more elongate form  F++/GEM  10.00
Struthiolaria scutulata Martyn, 1784 Australia, NSW 25-35mm, trawled species, often with growth lines  F++     15.00
Struthiolaria scutulata Martyn, 1784 Australia, NSW 25-35mm, trawled species, often with growth lines  dead     4.00
Struthiolaria scutulata Martyn, 1784 Australia, NSW 35-45mm, trawled species, often with growth lines  F++     20.00
Struthiolaria scutulata Martyn, 1784 Australia, NSW 35-45mm, trawled species, often with growth lines  dead     5.00
Struthiolaria papulosa Martyn, 1784 New Zealand  60-70mm, large nodules on shoulder of whorls, w/o  F++/GEM     8.00
Struthiolaria papulosa Martyn, 1784 New Zealand  60-70mm, large nodules on shoulder of whorls, dead  dead     3.00
Struthiolaria papulosa Martyn, 1784 New Zealand  70-80mm, form gigas, very large and heavy form  F++     12.00
Struthiolaria vermis Martyn, 1784 New Zealand  30-35mm, f vermis, tan sp with inflated body whorl, w/o  F++/GEM     8.00
Struthiolaria vermis Martyn, 1784 New Zealand  30-35mm, f vermis, tan with inflated body whorl, dead good     3.00
Struthiolaria vermis Martyn, 1784 New Zealand  40-45mm, f tricarinata, taller than vermis, deep suture, w/o  F++     8.00
Struthiolaria vermis Martyn, 1784 New Zealand  40-50mm, f flemingi, lacking ridges or nodules on body   F++     8.00
Terebellum terebellum (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD  40-50mm, form lineatum, dramatic lined pattern  F++/GEM     10.00
Terebellum terebellum (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  30-40mm, f nebulosum, pale pattern, often no banding F++/GEM     2.00
Terebellum terebellum (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  40-50mm, f nebulosum, pale pattern, often no banding F++/GEM     3.00
Terebellum terebellum (Linnaeus, 1758) Philippines  50-60mm, form punctulorum, busy spotted pattern, rare F++/GEM     12.00
Terebellum terebellum (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  30-40mm, form terebellum, typical darker banded form  F++/GEM     2.00
Terebellum terebellum (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  40-50mm, form terebellum, typical darker banded form  F++/GEM     3.00
Terebellum terebellum (Linnaeus, 1758) New Caledonia  35-45mm, form terebellum, busy speckled pattern  F++/GEM     3.00
Terebellum terebellum (Linnaeus, 1758) New Caledonia  50-60mm, form terebellum, busy speckled pattern  F++/GEM     5.00
Tibia curta (Sowerby I, 1842) India 120-150mm, dark subsut. band, straight anterior canal, w/o F++/GEM  20.00
Tibia fusus (Linnaeus, 1758) Philippines  200-250mm, typical for species, w/o  F++/GEM     15.00
Tibia insulaechorab (Roeding, 1798) Africa, Djibouti 140-160mm, short curved ant. canal, long post. canal, w/o F++/GEM  25.00
Tibia melanocheilus Adams, 1854  Burma  120-140mm, distinct dark aperture, yellow teeth/dark lip F+/F++     55.00
Tibia powisi Petit, 1842 Australia, QLD  40-45mm, typical long graceful form  F++/GEM     5.00 
Tibia powisi Petit, 1842 Philippines  40-50mm, typical form with long anterior canal  F++/GEM     4.00

 

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