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Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Semicassis adcocki Sowerby, 1896 Australia, WA 25-28mm, sparse dots, rare WA form F++/GEM    145.00
Semicassis angasi Iredale, 1927 Australia, QLD  35-40mm, fine & delicate  F++    12.00
Semicassis angasi Iredale, 1927 Australia, QLD  over 40mm, fine and delicate - large for species  F++    20.00
Phalium areola Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, QLD  under 50mm, typical  F++/GEM    3.00
Phalium areola Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, QLD  50-60mm, dramatic pattern, w/o  F++/GEM    5.00
Phalium areola Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  over 60mm, typical, w/o  F++/GEM    10.00
Phalium areola Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA 45-50mm, Cape Keraudren form, pale pattern,massive lip F++/GEM    20.00
Phalium bandatum Perry, 1811 Australia, QLD  under 60mm, typical form, w/o  F++    3.00
Phalium bandatum Perry, 1811 Australia, QLD  60-70mm, typical form  F++/GEM    6.00
Phalium bandatum Perry, 1811 Australia, QLD  over 70mm, rare this size, w/o  F++    8.00
Phalium bandatum Perry, 1811 Australia, WA 70-80mm, rare from WA, w/o  F++    8.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Philippines  50-60mm, sparse pattern, mostly smooth, square spots F++/GEM    3.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, QLD  30-35mm, dwarf mature shells  F++    3.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 India   50-55mm, unmarked dorsum with operc  GEM     3.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, QLD  35-40mm, form japonica, checkered pattern, w/o  F++    6.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, QLD  40-50mm, form japonica, unusual bands of colour w/o F++/GEM    10.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, QLD  45-50mm, form japonica, typical with coarse ribbing, w/o   F++/GEM    10.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, WA under 30mm, form diuturna, deep water trawled  F++/GEM    3.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, WA 30-35mm, form diuturna, deep water trawled  F++/GEM    4.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, WA over 35mm, form diuturna, deep water trawled  F++/GEM    6.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, WA 40-60mm, form diuturna, trawled  F++/GEM    6.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, WA 45-50mm, form diuturna, heavy body whorl grooves  F++/GEM    6.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Australia, QLD  40-60mm, form persimilis, trawled, large with pale spots F++/GEM  5.00
Semicassis bisulcata Schubert & Wagner, 1829 Japan   35-45mm, form persimilis, typical, w/o  F++/GEM    8.00
Echinophoria bituberculosa von Martens, 1801 Somalia  55-60mm, small & very heavy  F+/F++    45.00
Echinophoria bituberculosa von Martens, 1801 Somalia  60-75mm, typical small but very nice shells F++    60.00
Semicassis bulla Habe, 1961 Somalia  80-85mm, form fernandesi, dead but good  good    45.00
Semicassis bulla Habe, 1961 USA, Hawaii  62mm, form bulla, typical for species  F+/F++    45.00
Semicassis canaliculata Bruguiere, 1792 India  under 35mm, pale  GEM    6.00
Semicassis canaliculata Bruguiere, 1792 India  over 35mm  GEM    10.00
Cypraecassis coarctata Sowerby, 1825 Mexico  under 40mm, typical form  F+/F++  20.00
Cypraecassis coarctata Sowerby, 1825 Mexico  over 40mm, typical form  F+/F++    25.00
Semicassis craticulata Euthyme, 1885 Africa, South Africa  40-45mm, typical  F++    6.00
Semicassis craticulata Euthyme, 1885 Africa, South Africa  over 45mm, typical  F++    10.00
Phalium decussatum Linnaeus, 1758 Taiwan  under 55mm, checkerboard pattern  F+/F++    5.00
Phalium decussatum Linnaeus, 1758 Taiwan  over 55mm, checkerboard pattern  F+/F++    10.00
Phalium decussatum Linnaeus, 1758 Taiwan  under 50mm, form flammeolum, vertical stripes on body whorl F+/F++    5.00
Phalium decussatum Linnaeus, 1758 Taiwan  over 50mm, form flammeolum, vertical stripes on body whorl F+/F++    8.00
Galeodea echinophora Linnaeus, 1758 France  55-70mm, Mediterranean form  F+/F++    3.00
Galeodea echinophora Linnaeus, 1758 France  60-70mm, Mediterranean form  F++    4.00
Galeodea echinophora Linnaeus, 1758 France  70-80mm,  large for this species  F+/F++    5.00
Galeodea echinophora Linnaeus, 1758 Europe, Spain  65-70mm, form adriatica, ribbed variant  F/F+    5.00
Galeodea echinophora Linnaeus, 1758 Europe, Spain  over 70mm, form adriatica, w/o  F+    8.00
Casmaria erinacea Linnaeus, 1758 Mauritius  30-40mm, Indian Ocean form, heavy ridges on body whorl  F++   4.00
Casmaria erinacea Linnaeus, 1758 New Guinea  50-60mm, large shells  F++   4.00
Casmaria erinacea Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  30-40mm, form erinacea, heavy typical shells  F++/GEM    3.00
Casmaria erinacea Linnaeus, 1758 USA, Hawaii  30-35mm, form erinacea, thick margins, colour blocks on suture F++/GEM  8.00
Casmaria erinacea Linnaeus, 1758 Sri Lanka  40-50mm, form vibex, some shoulder nodules  F++    4.00
Casmaria erinacea Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  40-45mm, form vibex, some wavy lines  F++    3.00
Casmaria erinacea Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA under 30mm, very heavy dwarfs  F++/GEM    5.00
Semicassis faurotis Jousseaume, 1888 Africa, South Africa  40-45mm, dark pattern  F++/GEM    6.00
Semicassis faurotis Jousseaume, 1888 Somalia  40-45mm, typical   F++/GEM    6.00
Semicassis faurotis Jousseaume, 1888 Somalia  over 45mm, typical  F++/GEM    12.00
Galeodea ferrarioi Bozzetti, 1989 Somalia   73mm, typical but rare  F++/GEM    125.00
Galeodea ferrarioi Bozzetti, 1989 Somalia   50-60mm, dead but good  good    30.00
Phalium fimbria (Gmelin, 1791) Somalia  70mm, typical shell  F++/GEM     120.00
Phalium fimbria (Gmelin, 1791) Somalia  71mm, dead but very good  F   55.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, WA  under 50mm, dark local form, w/o  F++/GEM    6.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, WA 50-70mm, various patterns, w/o  F++    15.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, WA 70-80mm, typical  F++/GEM    20.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, WA 80-90mm, typical  F+/F++    25.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, WA 80-90mm, nodulose, w/o  F++/GEM    40.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, WA 90-100mm, rare this size, w/o  F++    55.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 South Australia  under 50mm, smooth form  F++    4.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, SA  under 60mm, smooth form, w/o  F++    6.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, SA  60-70mm, smooth form, w/o  F++    10.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, SA  70-75mm, smooth form, w/o  F++    12.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, SA  over 75mm, smooth form  F++/GEM    20.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, SA  50-60mm, smooth form, w/o  F++    6.00
Hypocassis fimbriata Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Australia, SA over 85mm, various patterns  F++    25.00
Cassis flammea Linnaeus, 1758 Caribbean, Martinique  over 100mm, large and colourful  F++/GEM    25.00
Cassis flammea Linnaeus, 1758 Caribbean, Martinique  90-100mm, colourful  F++/GEM    20.00
Cassis flammea Linnaeus, 1758 Caribbean, Martinique  under 90mm  F++/GEM    15.00
Phalium flammiferum Roeding, 1798 Japan  50-70mm, form strigatum, pale form  F++/GEM    8.00
Phalium flammiferum Roeding, 1798 Japan  over 70mm, form strigatum, typical  F++/GEM    12.00
Phalium glaucum Linnaeus, 1758 Solomon Islands 54mm, tiny mature dwarf, w/o  F+/F++    6.00
Phalium glaucum Linnaeus, 1758 Sri Lanka  70-80mm, typical, w/o  F++    4.00
Phalium glaucum Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  80-90mm, large & special, w/o  F++    5.00
Semicassis granulata Born, 1778 Europe, Spain  50-55mm, checkerboard pattern  F++    4.00
Semicassis granulata Born, 1778 USA, Florida  55-65mm, typical   F++    5.00
Semicassis granulata Born, 1778 USA, Florida  over 65mm, large for species  F++    6.00
Semicassis granulata Born, 1778 USA, Texas  55-65mm, heavy shell  F++    4.00
Semicassis granulata Born, 1778 Panama  40-45mm, form centiquadrata, coarse sculpture, w/o F++/GEM    4.00
Semicassis granulata Born, 1778 Mexico  over 50mm, form centiquadrata, typical, w/o  F++    6.00
Semicassis granulata Born, 1778 Europe, Spain  65-75mm, form undulata, large & typical, w/o  F++/GEM    5.00
Semicassis granulata Born, 1778 Africa, North Coast  60-65mm, coarse sculpture w/o  F++/GEM    4.00
Semicassis granulata Born, 1778 Africa, North Coast  over 70mm, rare this size  F++/GEM    8.00
Semicassis inornata Pilsbry, 1895 Japan  40-45mm, typical  F+/F++  sold out
Semicassis inornata Pilsbry, 1895 Japan  55mm, pale shell  F+/F++  sold out
Galeodea keyteri (Kilburn, 1975) Africa, Madagascar  60-70mm, nice fresh specimens, w/o F++/GEM 25.00
Galeodea keyteri (Kilburn, 1975) Africa, Madagascar  over 80mm, giants  F++    25.00
Echinophoria kurodai Abbott, 1968 Australia, WA under 60mm, pale orange, w/o  F++    20.00
Echinophoria kurodai Abbott, 1968 Australia, WA 60-70mm, some with operc  F++    30.00
Echinophoria kurodai Abbott, 1968 Australia, WA 60-70mm, some with operc  F+/F++    20.00
Echinophoria kurodai Abbott, 1968 Australia, WA over 70mm, large for species  F++    45.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 Australia, NSW 40-50mm, form labiata, typical of species  F++    10.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 Australia, NSW over 50mm, form labiata, typical  F++    15.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 New Zealand  under 40mm, form collactea, mottled pattern, w/o F+    10.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 New Zealand  over 50mm, form collactea, banded form  F++   12.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 Brazil  60mm, form iheringi, nice banded  F+/F++    30.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 Africa, South Africa  under 40mm, form iredalei, smallest of group  F++    6.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 Africa, South Africa  40-50mm, form iredalei, w/o  F++    10.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 Africa, South Africa  30-40mm, form zeylanica, heavy callous   F+/F++    10.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 Africa, South Africa  40-50mm, form zeylanica, typical  F+/F++    15.00
Semicassis labiata Perry, 1811 Africa, South Africa  50-60mm, form zeylanica, very heavy shell  F+    20.00
Galeodea leucodoma Dall, 1907 Australia, WA 40-50mm, white & nodulose  F++  145.00
Galeodea leucodoma Dall, 1907 Australia, WA 40-50mm, dead but very good  F+  75.00
Galeodea leucodoma Dall, 1907 Taiwan  60-70mm, super live taken specimens, w/o  F++/GEM  15.00
Sconsia lindae Petuch, 1907 Honduras  40-50mm, nice fresh shells  F++/GEM    25.00
Sconsia lindae Petuch, 1907 USA, East Coast over 50mm, large for species   F++/GEM    30.00
Galeodea maccamleyi Ponder, 1883 Australia, QLD   25-30mm, typical  F++    35.00
Galeodea maccamleyi Ponder, 1883 Australia, QLD   over 30mm, large for species F++   45.00
Semicassis microstoma von Martens, 1903 Natal, Africa, South Africa 50-60mm, dead taken, representative  dead    25.00
Semicassis microstoma von Martens, 1903 Natal, Africa, South Africa 60-70mm, typical  F+/F++  40.00
Cassis nana Tenison-Woods, 1879 Australia, QLD  35-45mm, endemic species with rows of nodules F++    6.00
Cassis nana Tenison-Woods, 1879 Australia, QLD  45-50 mm, endemic species with rows of nodules F++    10.00
Galeodea nipponica Sakurai & Habe, 1961 Australia, WA under 65mm, deep water trawled, w/o  F++    20.00
Galeodea nipponica Sakurai & Habe, 1961 Australia, WA 65-70mm, white & pustulose, w/o  F++    30.00
Semicassis pauciruge Menke, 1843 Australia, WA under 40mm, typical shell  F+/F++    12.00
Semicassis pauciruge Menke, 1843 Australia, WA 40-50mm, typical  F++/GEM    38.00
Semicassis pauciruge Menke, 1843  Australia, WA 50-60mm, rare this size  F++/GEM    45.00
Semicassis pauciruge Menke, 1843 Esperance, WA 40-45mm, rare globose form, w/o  F++/GEM    30.00
Casmaria ponderosa Gmelin, 1791 USA, Hawaii  20-30mm, interesting local form, usually smaller from here F++/GEM    5.00
Casmaria ponderosa Gmelin, 1791   Australia, WA 35-40mm, sparse banding  F++/GEM     5.00
Casmaria ponderosa Gmelin, 1791 Australia, QLD  35-40mm, with sparse banding  F++    4.00
Casmaria ponderosa Gmelin, 1791 Australia, QLD   40-50mm, white with some spots  F++    5.00
Casmaria ponderosa Gmelin, 1791 Solomon Islands 30-40mm, very heavy  F++    4.00
Casmaria ponderosa Gmelin, 1791 Somalia  40-50mm, form cernica, local variant  F+/F++    6.00
Casmaria ponderosa Gmelin, 1791 Philippines  50-60mm, form turgida, large & colourful  F++    6.00
Semicassis pyrum Lamarck, 1822 New Zealand  under 70mm, typical, w/o  F+/F++    6.00
Semicassis pyrum Lamarck, 1822 New Zealand  70-90mm, pale form  F+/F++    10.00
Semicassis pyrum Lamarck, 1822 New Zealand  45-55mm, form hamiltoni, smooth globose deep water form F++    12.00
Semicassis pyrum Lamarck, 1822 Australia, Tasmania 50-70mm, smooth globose form from deep water, w/o  F+/F++    6.00
Semicassis pyrum Lamarck, 1822 Australia, Tasmania 60-70mm, form stadiale, dead taken, but super, red/brown F+/F++    10.00
Semicassis pyrum Lamarck, 1822 Australia, NSW 70-80mm, form stadiale, super shells with red/brown colour   F++    10.00
Semicassis pyrum Lamarck, 1822 Australia, SA  under 60mm, form niveum, pale & bulbous  F+/F++     10.00
Semicassis pyrum Lamarck, 1822 Australia, SA  over 60mm, form niveum, typical  F+/F++     15.00
Semicassis pyrum Lamarck, 1822 Australia, SA  over 70mm, form niveum, large for species  F+/F++    20.00
Cassis rufa Linnaeus, 1758 Africa, Tanzania  100-120mm, large heavy fresh sp, superb red aperture / dorsum F++/GEM    20.00
Cassis rufa Linnaeus, 1758 Africa, Tanzania  over 120mm, very large heavy, fresh, superb red aperture / dorsum F++/GEM    30.00
Cassis rufa Linnaeus, 1758 Africa, Tanzania  over 150mm, giant heavy fresh, superb red aperture & dorsum F++/GEM    45.00
Galeodea rugosa Linnaeus, 1758 Africa, North Coast  70-90mm, giants  F+/F++    12.00
Galeodea rugosa Linnaeus, 1758 Europe, Italy  60-70mm, typical, w/o  F++     8.00
Galeodea rugosa Linnaeus, 1758 Europe, Spain  60-70mm, typical, w/o F+/F++    6.00
Semicassis saburon Bruguiere, 1792 Africa, Senegal  under 50mm, typical globose form  F++/GEM    5.00
Semicassis saburon Bruguiere, 1792  Africa, Senegal  over 50mm, typical  F++/GEM    7.00
Semicassis saburon Bruguiere, 1792 Europe, Spain  50-70mm, heavy and nicely marked  F++/GEM    6.00
Semicassis semigranosum Lamarck, 1822 Tasmania  35-40mm, typical  F++/GEM    5.00
Semicassis semigranosum Lamarck, 1822 Tasmania  40-45mm, typical  F++/GEM    10.00
Semicassis sinuosum Verco, 1904 Australia, SA  20-225mm, typical form  F++     95.00
Semicassis sinuosum Verco, 1904 Australia, WA 20-25mm, dead shells but very good with tiny borer hole dead  35.00
Semicassis sinuosum Verco, 1904 Australia, WA 20-25mm, form angustatum, flame form  F++/GEM   95.00
Sconsia striata Lamarck, 1816 USA, Texas  50-55mm, banded pattern  F++    25.00
Cassis tenuis Wood, 1828 Mexico  under 100mm, lovely dark specimens  F+/F++    60.00
Cassis tenuis Wood, 1828 Mexico  100-120mm, typical size and colour  F+/F++    75.00
Cassis tenuis Wood, 1828 Mexico  over 120mm, large nice, fresh shells  F+/F++    95.00
Cassis tessellata Gmelin, 1791 Africa, Angola  100-120mm, typical for species  F+/F++    20.00
Cassis tessellata Gmelin, 1791 Africa, Senegal  35-50mm, small but mature  F++/GEM    5.00
Cassis tessellata Gmelin, 1791 Africa, Senegal  50-70mm, typical mid-sized mature specimen  F++    8.00
Cassis tessellata Gmelin, 1791 Africa, Senegal  70-100mm, nice mature shells  F++    12.00
Cassis tessellata Gmelin, 1791 Africa, Senegal  120-150mm, large colourful sp.  F+/F++  35.00
Cassis tessellata Gmelin, 1791 Africa, Senegal  over 150mm, very large heavy shells  F+/F++    55.00
Cassis testiculus Linnaeus, 1758 Caribbean, Martinique  40-50mm, dead but good    3.00
Cassis testiculus Linnaeus, 1758 Brazil  30-40mm, small for species  F++/GEM    5.00
Cassis testiculus Linnaeus, 1758 Brazil  40-50mm, typical  F++/GEM    8.00
Cassis testiculus Linnaeus, 1758 Brazil  over 50mm, very large for species  F++    12.00
Semicassis thomsoni Brazier, 1875 Australia, QLD under 50mm, small but typical, w/o  F++/GEM    4.00
Semicassis thomsoni Brazier, 1875 Australia, QLD 50-60mm, small but typical, w/o  F++/GEM    6.00
Semicassis thomsoni Brazier, 1875 Australia, QLD 60-70mm, typical  F++    10.00
Galeodea triganceae (Dell, 1953) New Zealand  25-35mm, typical white shell, nodulose, dead but very good good    30.00
Galeodea triganceae (Dell, 1953) New Zealand 25-40mm, pink/white nodulose shells  F+/F++   65.00
Galeodea triganceae (Dell, 1953) New Zealand  30-40m, typical    F++    120.00
Semicassis umbilicata Pease, 1861 USA, Hawaii  30-35mm, fully mature dwarf form  F++/GEM    55.00
Semicassis umbilicata Pease, 1861 USA, Hawaii  50-55mm, typical  F++/GEM    80.00
Semicassis umbilicata Pease, 1861 USA, Hawaii  50-55mm, dead but good  good    25.00
Semicassis umbilicata Pease, 1861 USA, Hawaii  75mm, super shell  F++/GEM     110.00
Semicassis westralis Kreipl, 1997 Australia, North WA 40-50mm, delicate species similar to pyrum  F++/GEM     75.00
Semicassis westralis Kreipl, 1997 Australia, North WA 40-50mm, delicate species similar to pyrum  F++     50.00
Semicassis westralis Kreipl, 1997 Australia, North WA 50-60mm, dead shells with borer holes  F+     30.00
Semicassis whitworthi Abbott, 1958 Australia, WA 55-65mm, very rare now  F+/F++    110.00
Semicassis whitworthi Abbott, 1958 Australia, WA 55-65mm, dead with borer hole dead    25.00
Echinophoria wyvillei Watson, 1886 Australia, WA 80-100mm, more globose than Philippines shells F++/GEM     20.00

 

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