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
Tellina albinella (Lamarck, 1818) Australia, SA  50-60mm, very variable, cream, orange, pink and red F++/GEM    3.00
Tellina alternata (Say, 1822) USA, Florida 40-50mm, variable colours, white, pale yellow to pink  F++/GEM  4.00
Tellina aurea Perry, 1811 Australia, QLD  40-50mm, pink salmon species, narrowing anteriorly  F++    4.00
Tellina australis (Deshayes, 1854) Australia, QLD 18-20mm, pale cream shiny shells  F++/GEM  2.00
Macoma balthica (Linnaeus, 1758) USA 20-25mm, robust cream shells  F++ 2.00
Peronidia bodagensis Hinds, 1845 USA, California  50-60mm, heavy elongate species  F++  3.00
Tellina botanica Hedley, 1918 Australia, WA  25-30mm, white ovate species  F++/GEM  3.00
Psammotreta brevifrons (Say, 1834) Uruguay 40-45mm, elongate species, pink umbo F++/GEM  4.00
Serratina capsoides (Lamarck, 1818) Australia, QLD 50-55mm, elongate white species F++/GEM  6.00
Strigilla carnaria (Linnaeus, 1758) Puerto Rico 20-22mm, inflated pink shells  F++/GEM  3.00
Tellina chloroleuca (Deshayes, 1855) Australia, QLD  60-80mm, variable, yellow/pink etc, with dark pink umbo  F++/GEM    8.00
Leporimetis contorta (Deshayes, 1855) Australia, WA 40-50mm, white, very truncate with pale yellow interior F++/GEM  4.00
Strigilla costulifera (Moerch, 1860) Mexico, Baja 22-25mm, round / ovate, variable colours incl. white & pink  F++/GEM    2.00
Arcopagia crassa (Pennant, 1777) Europe, Belgium 40-45mm, robust sp, very fine comarginal sculpture F++/GEM  4.00
Tellina cruciata Spengler, 1798 Australia, WA  50-60mm, variable colours, cream to yellow, pink rays  F++/GEM  3.00
Tellingella crucigera (Lamarck, 1818) Indonesia  30-40mm, elongate species with pink rays on cream  F++/GEM    4.00
Tellina cumingii Hanley, 1844 Mexico, West Coast  25-30mm, variable elongate species, some quite dark  F++/GEM    4.00
Pseudarcophagia decora (Reeve, 1853) Australia, VIC  45-55mm, ovate species with coarse sculpture  F++  3.00
Macomona deltoidalis (Lamarck, 1818) Australia, TAS 25-35mm, cream with darker yellow umbo  F++/GEM    2.00
Strigilla dichotoma Philippi, 1846 Mexico, West Coast  18-20mm, robust pink or lavender shells  F++/GEM  3.00
Pseudarcopagia disculus (Deshayes, 1855) New Zealand 30-35mm, circular sp, fine sculpture, orange/yellow umbo F++/GEM  4.00
Macoma dispar Conrad, 1837 USA, Hawaii  22-25mm, pure white delicate species  F++/GEM    2.00
Tellina donacina (Linnaeus, 1758) Mediterranean  20-25mm, small robust species with some pink accents F++/GEM    3.00
Tellina exculta Gould, 1850 Australia, WA  50-60mm, elongate species, cream to orange  F++/GEM    6.00
Tellina fausta Putteney,1799 Mexico, East Coast 60-70mm, ovate heavy cream coloured shells  F++/GEM  4.00
Tellina foliacea (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  70-80mm, dramatic deep orange shells, very low and flat  F++/GEM    6.00
Tellina gaimardi Iredale, 1915 New Zealand  40-50mm, elongate smooth white shells  F++/GEM  4.00
Tellina gargadia (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  30-35mm, pale yellow/cream, sculptured posterior margin F++    5.00
Tellina inflata (Gmelin, 1791) Australia, N/W WA 30-35mm, white smooth species  F++/GEM    3.00
Tellina intastriata (Say, 1827) Mexico, West Coast  50-60mm, prominent keel posteriorly  F++  5.00
Tellina liliana Iredale, 1915 New Zealand  30-40mm, pale cream, robust shells  F++/GEM 5.00
Scutarcopagia linguafelis (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD 45-55mm, busy sculpture with pink rayed umbo F++/GEM  4.00
Tellina lineata Turton, 1819 USA, Florida  25-30mm, white, cream or dark pink shells  F++/GEM    2.00
Tellina listeri (Roeding, 1798) Bahamas  50-60mm, slightly twisted sp, cream, faint orange pattern F++/GEM    5.00
Macoma nasuta (Conrad, 1837) USA, California  35-40mm, pale cream, some perio intact  F++    2.00
Tellina nitida Poli, 1791 Europe, Spain  30-35mm, pale cream species  F++/GEM  2.00
Quidnipagus palatum Iredale, 1929 Australia, QLD 50-60mm, unusual wavy sculpture, posterior groove F++ 5.00
Standella pellucida (Gmelin, 1791) Australia, QLD 45-55mm, cream / white elongate shells F++ 4.00
Tellina perna Spengler, 1797 Australia, Perth 50-70mm, elongate species with slightly twisted anterior  F++/GEM  3.00
Tellina planata (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, Spain  30-35mm, pale yellow angular species  F++/GEM  3.00
Tellina prora Hanley, 1844 Panama, West  45-55mm, elongate pink species  F++/GEM    5.00
Tellina pulcherrima  (Sowerby, 1825) Taiwan  40-50mm, elongate with pink rays, heavily sculptured  F++/GEM  3.00
Tellina punicea Born, 1778 Brazil  50-60mm, predominantly pink with darker umbo  F++/GEM    4.00
Tellina quoyi Sowerby, 1868 Australia, QLD 60-80mm, large elegant shells, white with pink rays  F++/GEM  4.00
Tellina radiata (Linnaeus, 1758) Bahamas  30-40mm, cream shells with radiating pink bands  F++/GEM  3.00
Cyclotellina remies (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD 50-70mm, large white sp, coarse concentric sculpture F++/GEM  5.00
Serratina resecta (Deshayes, 1855) Australia, WA 30-35mm, pale yellow angular species from Broome F++/GEM  3.00
Tellina scobinata (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  40-50mm, ovate sp with file-like sculpture, spectacular F++/GEM  3.00
Tellina scobinata (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia  50-60mm, very large for this spectacular species  F++/GEM  5.00
Rexithaerus secta (Conrad, 1837) Mexico, West Coast 70-80mm, white sp, distinct posterior groove F++ 8.00
Tellina serricostata Tokunaga, 1906 Australia, WA 30-32mm, a rare local species from Broome  F++/GEM  12.00
Laciolina sowerbii Hanley, 1844 Australia, WA  45-55mm, was called flamula - a rare local species F++/GEM  10.00
Tellina spengleri (Gmelin, 1791) Thailand 55-60mm, very elongate, distinct spiny hinge lines F++/GEM 8.00
Tellina tenius da Costa, 1778 Europe, Belgium  20-22mm, variable shells with white, pink & yellow  F++/GEM  2.00
Tellina virgata (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, WA  50-60mm, pink with darker rays of colour  F++/GEM  3.00

 

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