Australian Seashells P/L - 5 Ealing Mews, Kingsley WA 6026, Australia. web: www.australianseashells.com.au, e-mail: shells@seashells.net.au
TEREBRIDAE ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Terebra achates Weaver, 1960 USA, Hawaii  90-100mm, 3 rows of brown blocks on body whorl  F++/GEM   35.00
Terebra achates Weaver, 1960 USA, Hawaii  100-110mm, 3 rows of brown blocks on body whorl  F++/GEM   40.00
Hastula aciculina Lamarck, 1822 Africa, Senegal  15-20mm, typical  F++    4.00
Terebra affinis Gray, 1834 Christmas Island  25-30mm, small but typical  F++/GEM   2.00
Terebra affinis Gray, 1834 Africa, Mozambique  35-40mm, typical  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra affinis Gray, 1834 Indonesia  35-40mm, pale tan / blue   F++/GEM     3.00
Terebra affinis Gray, 1834 Philippines  40-50mm, blue form  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra affinis Gray, 1834 Australia, QLD  40-50mm, dredged  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra affinis Gray, 1834 Solomon Islands  40-50mm, typical  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra affinis Gray, 1834 Australia, WA  40-50mm, typical  F++/GEM    4.00
Hastula alboflava Bratcher, 1988  Philippines  20-25mm, pale yellow banding  F++/GEM    5.00
Hastula albula Menke, 1843 Japan  20-25mm, typical  F++    3.00
Hastula albula Menke, 1843 Japan  25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM    5.00
Hastula albula Menke, 1843 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM    5.00
Hastula albula Menke, 1843 Africa, Madagascar  25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM    5.00
Hastula albula Menke, 1843 Philippines  30-35mm, typical  F++/GEM    6.00
Hastula albula Menke, 1843 Africa, South Africa  15-20mm, form natalensis, darker than nominate sp F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra cf allyni Bratcher & Burch, 1970  Mexico, West Coast  15-20mm, distinct row of nodules on subsutural band  F+/F++    5.00
Terebra cf allyni Bratcher & Burch, 1970  Mexico, West Coast  20-30mm, distinct row of nodules on subsutural band  F+/F++    10.00
Terebra cf allyni Bratcher & Burch, 1970  Mexico, West Coast  over 40mm, very large for this species  F+/F++    20.00
Terebra alveolata Hinds, 1844 Taiwan  20-25mm, typical form  F++/GEM    20.00
Terebra amanda Hinds, 1844 Australia, QLD  25-30mm, orange  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra amanda Hinds, 1844 Philippines  40-50mm, typical but large  F++/GEM     6.00
Terebra amanda Hinds, 1844 Australia, WA  50-55mm, rare from this location  F++/GEM     10.00
Terebra amoena Deshayes, 1839 Philippines  Under 20mm, small, but typical  F++    6.00
Terebra amoena Deshayes, 1839 USA, Hawaii  20-22mm, typical  F++    12.00
Terebra anilis Roeding, 1798 Philippines  34-38mm, chocolate brown  F+/F++    5.00
Terebra anilis Roeding, 1798 Solomon Islands   40mm, brown and fine sculpture  F++    6.00
Hastula anomala Gray, 1834 Taiwan  30-40mm, pale form from Northern Pacific  F++    5.00
Hastula anomala Gray, 1834 Philippines   40-50mm, dark banded form   F++    5.00
Terebra arcas Abbott, 1954 USA, Florida  20-25mm, heavy vertical sculpture  F++  sold out
Terebra areolata Link, 1807  Japan  90-100mm, pale  F+/F++    3.00
Terebra areolata Link, 1807  Australia, QLD 80-90mm, typical  F++    2.00
Terebra areolata Link, 1807  Philippines  90-100mm, pale form  F+/F++    2.00
Terebra areolata Link, 1807  Philippines  100-110mm, pale form  F++    3.00
Terebra areolata Link, 1807  Solomon Islands  100-110mm, dark pattern  F++    3.00
Terebra argosyia Olsson, 1971 Panama  45-50mm, busy brown body pattern  F++/GEM    20.00
Terebra argus Hinds, 1844 USA, Hawaii  25-30mm, rare from here  F++/GEM     3.00
Terebra argus Hinds, 1844 Australia, QLD 40-50mm, pale form  F++/GEM     4.00
Terebra argus Hinds, 1844 Solomon Islands  50-60mm, typical from here  F++/GEM     6.00
Terebra armillata Hinds, 1844 Panama & Mexico  30-35mm, coarse pattern  F++    5.00
Terebra auger Hinds, 1844 Panama & Mexico  30-35mm, coarse pattern  F+/F++    5.00
Terebra australis Smith, 1873 Australia, WA  20-25mm, typical  F++   3.00
Terebra australis Smith, 1873 Australia, WA  25-30mm, brown  F++    5.00
Terebra australis Smith, 1873 Australia, WA  30-40mm, variable colours  F++/GEM    6.00
Terebra australis Smith, 1873 Australia, WA  over 40mm, variable colours  F++/GEM    10.00
Terebra babylonia Lamarck, 1822 Solomon Islands  40-50mm, busy pattern  F++/GEM     3.00
Terebra babylonia Lamarck, 1822 Indonesia   50-60mm, typical  F++    4.00
Terebra babylonia Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA  40-45mm, typical  F++/GEM     3.00
Hastula bacillus Deshayes, 1859 Thailand  10-15mm, smooth & shiny  F++    3.00
Duplicaria badia Deshayes, 1859 Taiwan  45-50mm, dark with coarse sculpture  F++/GEM    6.00
Duplicaria baileyi Bratcher & Cernohorsky,1982  Philippines  30-40mm, tan with pale brown  F++    20.00
Terebra bathyraphe E A Smith, 1875 Australia, QLD 12-15mm, rare small species  F++    15.00
Duplicaria bernardii Deshayes, 1857 Australia, QLD  20-25mm, sculptured with banded pattern F++/GEM    4.00
Duplicaria bernardii Deshayes, 1857 Australia, QLD  over 30mm, sculptured with banded pattern F++/GEM    6.00
Duplicaria bernardii Deshayes, 1857 Australia, QLD  over 40mm, rare this size  F++/GEM    10.00
Terebra biminensis Petuch, 1987 Bahamas  10-12mm, dark brown  F++    6.00
Hastula brazieri Angas, 1871 Australia, Tasmania 20-25mm, dead but representative  dead    12.00
Hastula brazieri Angas, 1871 Australia, Tasmania 30-40mm, live taken shells with vertical stripes   F+/F++  25.00
Hastula brazieri Angas, 1871 Australia, Tasmania 30-40mm, live super specimen  F++/GEM    45.00
Terebra boucheti Bratcher, 1981 Philippines  55mm, very rare shell with start of borer hole  F+    30.00
Terebra burchi Bratcher & Cernohorsky,1982 Indonesia  18-20mm, mostly white, spotted, orange anterior  F++    25.00
Terebra caliginosa Deshayes, 1859 Philippines  18mm, dark brown  F+    25.00
Terebra cerithina Lamarck, 1822 USA, Hawaii  20-25mm, heavy shell  F++/GEM    2.00
Terebra cerithina Lamarck, 1822 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra cerithina Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA   30-35mm, typical pattern  F++/GEM     3.00
Terebra cerithina Lamarck, 1822 Solomon Islands   35-40mm, fat heavy shells  F++/GEM     4.00
Terebra cerithina Lamarck, 1822 Egypt  35-40mm, dark for species  F+/F++    4.00
Terebra chlorata Lamarck, 1822 Solomon Islands  45-50mm, typical pattern  F++/GEM    2.00
Terebra chlorata Lamarck, 1822 Philippines  50-60mm, typical pattern  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra chlorata Lamarck, 1822 Philippines  60-70mm, very large  F+/GEM    5.00
Terebra chlorata Lamarck, 1822 Australia, QLD   60-70mm, typical  F++    5.00
Terebra chlorata Lamarck, 1822 Solomon Islands   over 70mm, very large  F++    5.00
Hastula cinerea Born, 1778 Brazil   20-24mm, typical  F++/GEM    3.00
Hastula cinerea Born, 1778 Brazil  25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM    5.00
Hastula cinerea Born, 1778 USA, Florida  25-30mm, form salleana, local subspecies  F++    4.00
Terebra cingulifera Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA  40-50mm, w/o  F++    5.00
Terebra cingulifera Lamarck, 1822 Solomon Islands  35-40mm, fine sculpture  F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra cingulifera Lamarck, 1822 Philippines  50-60mm, typical  F++    8.00
Terebra cingulifera Lamarck, 1822 Australia, QLD   80mm, very rare this size  FINE    6.00
Terebra cingulifera Lamarck, 1822 Mauritius  over 60mm, giants!  F++/GEM    12.00
Hastula colorata Bratcher, 1988  Australia, S/W WA   15mm, dead but good space filler  Good    6.00
Terebra columellaris Hinds, 1844 Solomon Islands  30-35mm, typical  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra columellaris Hinds, 1844 USA, Hawaii   35-40mm, typical shells  F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra commaculata Gmelin, 1791 Solomon Islands  45-50mm, typical  F++/GEM    8.00
Terebra commaculata Gmelin, 1791 Solomon Islands  60-65mm, striking pattern  F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra commaculata Gmelin, 1791 Solomon Islands  50-60mm, dark shells  F++/GEM    10.00
Terebra commaculata Gmelin, 1791 Solomon Islands  65-75mm, large with dark brown splashes on tan  F++/GEM    20.00
Terebra conspersa Hinds, 1844  Philippines  25-30mm, typical  F++    5.00
Terebra conspersa Hinds, 1844  Solomon Islands  25-30mm, typical  F++    6.00
Terebra corrugata Lamarck, 1822 Cape Verde Islands  35-45mm, colourful with spotted pattern  F++    12.00
Terebra corrugata Lamarck, 1822 Cape Verde Islands  60mm, dredged  F+/F++    20.00
Terebra corrugata Lamarck, 1822 Africa, Senegal   60-70mm, spotted pattern on tall shells  F++    25.00
Terebra corrugata Lamarck, 1822 Africa, Senegal   80-100mm, dead but giant and good specimens  dead  20.00
Duplicaria crakei Burch, 1965 Australia, WA  20-25mm, olive green  F++/GEM     8.00
Duplicaria crakei Burch, 1965 Australia, WA  22-25mm, form spotted, intermittent brown spots  F++/GEM    10.00
Duplicaria crakei Burch, 1965 Australia, WA  222-25mm, form yellow/grey, pale yellow tinge  F++/GEM    10.00
Duplicaria crakei Burch, 1965 Australia, WA  20-22mm, f banded, classic orange subsutural band  F++/GEM  12.00
Terebra crenulata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia  50-60mm, typical  F++    2.00
Terebra crenulata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia  70-80mm, pale  F++    3.00
Terebra crenulata Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  80-90mm, typical  F++    3.00
Terebra crenulata Linnaeus, 1758 Marquesas Islands  80-90mm, spectacular, dark form  F++/GEM    10.00
Terebra crenulata Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia   90-100mm, typical  F++    4.00
Terebra crenulata Linnaeus, 1758 Solomon Islands  90-100mm, typical  F++    4.00
Terebra cumingii Deshayes,1857  Solomon Islands  50-55mm, fine sculpture  F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra cumingii Deshayes,1857  Solomon Islands  over 55mm, giants  F++    20.00
Hastula cuspidata Hinds, 1844 Africa, Angola  20-22mm, orange sutural line, rare  F+    12.00
Terebra dedonderi Terryn, 2003 Philippines  15-20mm, pale cream, tan line under suture, inflated F++/GEM    8.00
Terebra deshayesi Reeve, 1860 Africa, Mozambique  49mm, distinct pattern  F++/GEM    20.00
Terebra deshayesi Reeve, 1860 Africa, Madagascar  70mm, large and spectacular  F++/GEM    30.00
Terebra dillwynii Deshayes, 1859 Cape Verde Islands  15-18mm, smooth form  F+/F++    6.00
Terebra dillwynii Deshayes, 1859 Africa, Senegal   20-22mm, ribbed form  F++    12.00
Terebra dimidiata Linnaeus, 1758 Papua New Guinea  under 90mm  F++    2.00
Terebra dimidiata Linnaeus, 1758 Papua New Guinea  80-90mm  F++    3.00
Terebra dimidiata Linnaeus, 1758 Solomon Islands  80-90mm  F++    4.00
Terebra dimidiata Linnaeus, 1758 Papua New Guinea  100-110mm, typical  F++    5.00
Terebra dimidiata Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia   90-100mm, nice pattern  F++    4.00
Terebra dimidiata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, QLD  90-100mm, pale  F++    3.00
Terebra dislocata Say, 1822 Bahamas  30-35mm, coarse sculpture  F++    4.00
Terebra dislocata Say, 1822 USA, Florida 35-40mm, coarse sculpture  F++    5.00
Duplicaria duplicata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  15-20mm, white form  GEM    2.00
Duplicaria duplicata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  30-40mm, typical pattern  GEM    3.00
Duplicaria duplicata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  40-50mm, dark brown  GEM    3.00
Duplicaria duplicata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  50-60mm, pale & dark forms  F++/GEM    4.00
Duplicaria duplicata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  60-70mm, pale & dark forms  F++/GEM    5.00
Duplicaria duplicata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  over 70mm, rare this size  F++/GEM     6.00
Duplicaria duplicata Linnaeus, 1758 Africa, Madagascar 30-50mm, form lamarckii, unusual local form  F++/GEM    6.00
Duplicaria dussumierii Kiener, 1839 Taiwan  over 80mm, nicely sculptured shells  F++/GEM    8.00
Duplicaria dussumierii Kiener, 1839 Taiwan  under 80mm, nicely sculptured shells  F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra elliscrossi Bratcher, 1979 Philippines  50-60mm, pale shells  F+/F++    25.00
Terebra elliscrossi Bratcher, 1979 Philippines  over 60mm, pale shells  F+/F++    40.00
Terebra exacuminata Sacco, 1891 Cape Verde Islands  25-30mm, pale olive shells  F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra exiguoides  Schepman, 1913 Australia, WA  16-18mm, dark chocolate brown species  F++/GEM  10.00
Terebra fatua Hinds, 1844 Cape Verde Islands  25-30mm, typical  F++    12.00
Terebra fatua Hinds, 1844 Cape Verde Islands  over 30mm, typical  F++/GEM    25.00
Terebra felina Dillwyn,1817  Indonesia  35-40mm, typical  F++/GEM    2.00
Terebra felina Dillwyn,1817  Indonesia  40-50mm, typical   F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra fenestrata Hinds, 1844 Philippines  40-45mm, brown with white tip on apex  F++    10.00
Terebra fenestrata Hinds, 1844 Philippines  40-45mm, dead but good  dead    4.00
Terebra fijiensis E A Smith 1873  Philippines  30-40mm, white elaborately sculptured species  F++/GEM    25.00
Terebra fijiensis E A Smith 1873  Philippines  30-40mm, white sculptured sp, dead but good  dead    10.00
Terebra flavescens Deshayes, 1859 Australia, QLD 25-30mm, tan / pale brown  F++    5.00
Terebra flavescens Deshayes, 1859 Australia, QLD 30-40mm, tan / pale brown  F++    10.00
Terebra flavofasciata Pilsbry 1921 Christmas Island  15-20mm, small & delicate  F+/F++    3.00
Terebra flavofasciata Pilsbry 1921 USA, Hawaii  30-35mm, typical  F+/F++    5.00
Terebra flavofasciata Pilsbry 1921 Australia, QLD  25-30mm, typical  F+/F++    5.00
Terebra fortunei Deshayes, 1857 Philippines  45-50mm, rare deep water species  good    12.00
Terebra fortunei Deshayes, 1857 Philippines  70-80mm, very large for species  good    20.00
Terebra fortunei Deshayes, 1857 Africa, South Africa  35mm, very coarse sculpture  good    25.00
Terebra fijitai Kuroda & Habe, 1952 Japan  75-85mm, elegant sp, center of whorls brown banded F++/GEM    35.00
Terebra funiculata Hinds, 1844 Indonesia  20-25mm, typical  F+/F++    2.00
Terebra funiculata Hinds, 1844 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra funiculata Hinds, 1844 Reunion Island  25-30mm, pale shells  F++    4.00
Terebra funiculata Hinds, 1844 Philippines  30-35mm, typical  F++    4.00
Terebra funiculata Hinds, 1844 USA, Hawaii  20-25mm, rare from here  F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra gemmulata Kiener, 1839 Argentina   15-20mm, trawled  F+    6.00
Terebra gemmulata Kiener, 1839 Argentina  20-25mm, typical  F++    10.00
Terebra gemmulata Kiener, 1839 Argentina  25-30mm, typical  F++    12.00
Terebra glauca Hinds, 1844 Mexico  20-25mm, dark shells  F++    4.00
Terebra glauca Hinds, 1844 Mexico  35mm, dark shells  F+/F++    5.00
Terebra glossema Schwengel,1942  USA, Florida  15-18mm, small white shells  F++  sold out
Terebra gouldi Deshayes, 1859 USA, Hawaii  35-40mm, typical  F++/GEM     6.00
Terebra gouldi Deshayes, 1859 USA, Hawaii  40-50mm, typical  F++/GEM    10.00
Terebra gouldi Deshayes, 1859 USA, Hawaii  50-60mm, very large for species and colourful  F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra gruveli Dautzenberg, 1912 Africa, Angola  10-12mm, small inflated species  F++    10.00
Terebra guttata Roeding, 1798  Australia, WA  under 80mm, typical  F++    2.00
Terebra guttata Roeding, 1798  Philippines  80-100mm, typical  F+/F++    3.00
Terebra guttata Roeding, 1798  Australia  100-110mm, rare from here  F+/F++    3.00
Terebra guttata Roeding, 1798  Papua New Guinea  110-120mm, typical  F+/F++    6.00
Terebra hancocki Bratcher & Burch, 1970 Mexico  15-20mm, typical  F++    4.00
Terebra hancocki Bratcher & Burch, 1970 Mexico  40-50mm, giant shell  F++    10.00
Terebra hastata Gmelin, 1791 Bahamas  20-25mm, tan banding  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra hastata Gmelin, 1791 Brazil  20-25mm, typical  F++    4.00
Terebra hectica Linnaeus, 1758 Oman  30-35mm, typical pattern  F++    4.00
Terebra hectica Linnaeus, 1758 Solomon Islands  40-45mm, multicoloured  F+/F++    4.00
Terebra hectica Linnaeus, 1758 Oman  over 55mm, rare from here F+/F++    6.00
Terebra hectica Linnaeus, 1758 Papua New Guinea  50-55mm, pale shells  F+/F++    5.00
Terebra hiscocki Sprague, 2000 Philippines  29mm, dead but representative  dead    20.00
Terebra hiscocki Sprague, 2000 Philippines  40mm, rare new species  F++    45.00
Terebra histrio Deshayes, 1857 Africa, Senegal  45mm, mottled sculpture and pattern  F++    20.00
Terebra histrio Deshayes, 1857 Mauritania  30-35mm, mottled sculpture and pattern F+/F++    12.00
Terebra hoaraui Drivas & Jay, 1988 Philippines  40-50mm, white with prominent subsutural band  F++    25.00
Terebra hoaraui Drivas & Jay, 1988 Africa, South Africa  30-35mm, slightly different sculpture  F/F+    10.00
Terebra insalli Bratcher & Burch, 1976 Egypt  60mm, very large - unsure location  F+/F++     30.00
Terebra insalli Bratcher & Burch, 1976 Philippines  20-30mm, typical for species  F++    12.00
Terebra insalli Bratcher & Burch, 1976 Philippines  70mm, giant for species F+/F++    30.00
Terebra intertincta Hinds, 1844 Mexico, West Coast  20-25mm, blue grey with brown banding  F++    6.00
Terebra intertincta Hinds, 1844 Mexico, West Coast  25-30mm, blue/grey, heavily sculptured, brown bands F++    10.00
Terebra jenningsi Burch, 1965 Indonesia  40-55mm, typical for species F++/GEM    8.00
Terebra jenningsi Burch, 1965 Indonesia  55-70mm, typical for species F++/GEM    10.00
Terebra jukesi Deshayes, 1857 Australia, WA  15-20mm, dark grey  F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra kieneri Deshayes, 1859 Australia, S/W WA   15-18mm, dark chocolate brown  F++    5.00
Terebra kilburni R D Burch, 1965 Indonesia  20-24mm, typical  F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra kilburni R D Burch, 1965 Solomon Islands  30-35mm, very large for species  F++    10.00
Terebra cf knockeri Smith, 1972 Ghana  30-35mm, relatively smooth species - pale orange  F++/GEM    25.00
Terebra Knudseni  Bratcher, 1983 Indonesia  35-40mm, a rare species, dark orange  F++/GEM    45.00
Terebra larvaeformis Hinds, 1844 Mexico  25-30mm, dark brown and heavily sculptured  F+/F++    8.00
Terebra laevigata Gray, 1834 Australia, QLD 20-25mm, delicate shell F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra laevigata Gray, 1834 Australia, QLD 25-30mm, typical for species F++    6.00
Terebra laevigata Gray, 1834 Solomon Islands  35-45mm, typical for species F++    10.00
Hastula lanceata Linnaeus, 1767 Indonesia  35-40mm, bright & shiny  F++/GEM    3.00
Hastula lanceata Linnaeus, 1767 Solomon Islands  40-50mm, pale form  F++/GEM    5.00
Hastula lanceata Linnaeus, 1767 Solomon Islands  over 50mm, giants  F++    10.00
Terebra lepida Hinds, 1844 Cape Verde Islands  20-25mm, tan shells with prominent spots  F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra lepida Hinds, 1844 Africa, Senegal  20-25mm, dark shells  F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra lima Deshayes, 1857 Philippines  40-45mm, dark brown with white spire  F++    20.00
Terebra mactanensis Bratcher & Cernohorsky,1982 Philippines  44mm, brown with white spire, rare  F++    12.00
Terebra mactanensis Bratcher & Cernohorsky,1982 Philippines  54mm, brown with white spire, rare F++    20.00
Terebra maculata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  60-70mm, small but heavy  F++    2.00
Terebra maculata Linnaeus, 1758 Solomon Islands  70-80mm, typical  F++/GEM    2.00
Terebra maculata Linnaeus, 1758 Guam  80-90mm, typical  F++/GEM     3.00
Terebra maculata Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  over 140mm, typical  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra maculata Linnaeus, 1758 Egypt  over 140mm, typical  F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra maculata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  80-90mm, typical  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra maculata Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  over 160mm, giant heavy shells   F++     10.00
Terebra mariesi E A Smith, 1880 Philippines  30-35mm, rare species  F++    20.00
Terebra mariesi E A Smith, 1880 Philippines  over 35mm, rare and large for species  F++    30.00
Terebra marrowae Bratcher & Cernohorsky,1982 Australia, WA  18mm, rare endemic shell  F+/F++    20.00
Hastula maryleeae R D Burch, 1965 Bahamas  17mm, dark brown  F++/GEM    3.00
Hastula maryleeae R D Burch, 1965 USA, Texas   15-20mm, dark banded species   F++/GEM  4.00
Terebra matheroniana Deshayes, 1859 Solomon Islands  20-25mm, dark form  F++    3.00
Terebra matheroniana Deshayes, 1859 Solomon Islands   over 25mm, dark form  F++    5.00
Terebra montgomeryi R Burch, 1965  Philippines  50-60mm, orange with white blotched pattern  F++/GEM    20.00
Terebra nebulosa Sowerby, 1825 Australia, QLD  20-25mm, typical  F++/GEM    2.00
Terebra nebulosa Sowerby, 1825 Indonesia   25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM    2.00
Terebra nebulosa Sowerby, 1825 Australia, WA  30-40mm, typical  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra nebulosa Sowerby, 1825 Solomon Islands  30-40mm, dark pattern  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra nebulosa Sowerby, 1825 Philippines  40-50mm, orange  F++    3.00
Terebra nebulosa Sowerby, 1825 Solomon Islands  50-60mm, typical  F++    5.00
Terebra nitida Hinds, 1844 Solomon Islands  15-20mm, dark  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra nitida Hinds, 1844 Marquesas Islands   15-20mm, dark shells   F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra ornata Gray, 1834 Panama   50-60mm, typical  F+/F++    8.00
Terebra ornata Gray, 1834 Panama  over 60mm, typical  F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra parkinsoni Cernohorsky & Bratcher,1976 Solomon Islands  25-30mm, typical  F++    3.00
Terebra parkinsoni Cernohorsky & Bratcher,1976 Solomon Islands  30-35mm, typical  F++    5.00
Terebra paucistriata E A Smith, 1873  Solomon Islands  20-25mm, typical  F++    2.00
Terebra paucistriata E A Smith, 1873  Solomon Islands  25-30mm, typical  F++    3.00
Terebra paucistriata E A Smith, 1873  Solomon Islands  35-40mm, wavy sculpture  F++    4.00
Terebra paucistriata E A Smith, 1873  Australia, QLD  30-35mm, typical  F++    3.00
Hastula penicillata Hinds, 1844 Indonesia   20-25mm, pale form  F++/GEM    3.00
Hastula penicillata Hinds, 1844 USA, Hawaii  20-25mm, wavy pattern  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra pertusa Born, 1778 Solomon Islands  40-50mm, typical  F++    5.00
Terebra pertusa Born, 1778 Solomon Islands  50-60mm, typical  F++    10.00
Terebra petiveriana Deshayes, 1857 Mexico   25-30mm, coarse sculpture  F++/GEM    8.00
Terebra petiveriana Deshayes, 1857 Mexico  30-35mm, spectacular shells for species  F++/GEM    10.00
Terebra philippiana Deshayes, 1859 USA, Hawaii  4-5mm, rare local species  F++/GEM    8.00
Terebra plicata Gray, 1834 Galapagos Islands  25-30mm, pale tan with heavy sculpture  F++    10.00
Terebra plicata Gray, 1834 Galapagos Islands  30-35mm, pale tan with heavy sculpture  F++    15.00
Terebra plumbea Quoy & Gaimard, 1832 Australia, QLD 15-20mm, dark grey-brown  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra poppei Terryn, 2003 Philippines  20-25mm, cream with orange band below suture  F++/GEM    10.00
Terebra pretiosa Reeve, 1842 Philippines  under 90mm, rare for species  F++/GEM    25.00
Terebra pretiosa Reeve, 1842 Philippines  over 90mm, large for species  F++/GEM    40.00
Terebra protexta Conrad, 1846 USA, Florida  10-12mm, form lutescens, pale form  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra protexta Conrad, 1846 USA, Florida  15-20mm, form typical, dark brown F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra punctatostriata Gray, 1854 Indonesia   30-40mm, nice orange shells  F++    4.00
Terebra punctatostriata Gray, 1854 Indonesia  40-50mm, nice orange shells  F++    6.00
Terebra pygmaea Hinds, 1844 Indonesia  8-10mm, banded  F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra pygmaea Hinds, 1844 Africa, Mozambique  5-10mm, typical  F++    5.00
Terebra quoygaimardi Cernohorsky & Bratcher,1976 Papua New Guinea  30-40mm, typical  F++/GEM     2.00
Terebra quoygaimardi Cernohorsky & Bratcher,1976 Solomon Islands  40-45mm, nicely sculptured  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra quoygaimardi Cernohorsky & Bratcher,1976 Solomon Islands  30-40mm, typical  F++/GEM    2.00
Terebra raphanula Lamarck, 1822  Solomon Islands  40-45mm, typical  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra raphanula Lamarck, 1822  Philippines  40-45mm, typical  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra raphanula Lamarck, 1822  Philippines  45-50mm, typical  F++    5.00
Terebra raphanula Lamarck, 1822  Mauritius  55-60mm, pale pattern  F++    5.00
Terebra raphanula Lamarck, 1822  Indonesia   50-55mm, dark shell  F++/GEM    6.00
Terebra raybaudii Aubry, 1993  Philippines  90-100mm, super specimens  F++/GEM    45.00
Terebra reticularis Pecchioli (in Sacco, 1891) Ghana  15-17mm, uncommon shell  F++    10.00
Terebra riosi Bratcher & Cernohorsky,1985  Brazil  5-7mm, small hard to get species  F++    6.00
Terebra robusta Hinds, 1844 Panama  40-50mm, very colourful  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra robusta Hinds, 1844 Mexico  80-90mm, typical for species    F++    5.00
Terebra robusta Hinds, 1844 Mexico  over 90mm, very large and heavy for species   F++    8.00
Hastula rossacki Sprague, 2000 Australia, Broome 5-6mm, newly named endemic species  F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra rufopunctata E A Smith, 1877  Australia, WA  15-20mm, pale form  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra rufopunctata E A Smith, 1877  Philippines  20-25mm, dark shells  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra rufopunctata E A Smith, 1877  Australia, WA  20-25mm, typical  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra rufopunctata E A Smith, 1877  Australia, WA  25-30mm, typical  F++/GEM    5.00
Terebra russoi Aubry, 1991  Philippines  40mm, dead shell (borer hole) but rare  Good    6.00
Terebra russoi Aubry, 1991  Philippines  40-50mm, rare species F++    20.00
Terebra russoi Aubry, 1991  Philippines  50-55mm, spectacular & rare  F++    30.00
Terebra salisburyi Dravas and Jay, 1998  Japan  40-50mm, heavily stepped sp, brown/tan, good  dead   25.00
Terebra senegalensis Lamarck, 1822 Africa, Senegal   50-55mm, dark pattern  F++    8.00
Terebra senegalensis Lamarck, 1822 Africa, Senegal   60-65mm, typical  F++/GEM     10.00
Terebra senegalensis Lamarck, 1822 Africa, Senegal  65-70mm, vertical brown lines   F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra senegalensis Lamarck, 1822 Africa, Senegal  70-80mm, vertical brown lines   F++/GEM    20.00
Terebra solida Deshayes, 1859  Solomon Islands  20-25mm, typical  F++    3.00
Terebra sorrentensis Aubry, 1999 Australia, Broome 10-12mm, small, brown, newly described species  F++    15.00
Terebra specillata Hinds, 1844 Mexico  35-40mm, very sculptured  F++    5.00
Terebra specillata Hinds, 1844 Mexico  over 40mm, very sculptured  F++    8.00
Duplicaria spectabilis Hinds, 1844 India  20-25mm, chocolate coloured banding  F++    8.00
Terebra strigata Sowerby, 1825 Panama  under 80mm, typical for species   F+/F++    5.00
Terebra strigata Sowerby, 1825 Panama  over 80mm, typical for species F+/F++    8.00
Hastula strigilata Linnaeus, 1758  Australia, WA  30-40mm, form verreauxi, nice yellow shells  F++/GEM    10.00
Hastula strigilata Linnaeus, 1758  Africa, Mozambique  40-45mm, nice yellow shells  F++    10.00
Hastula strigilata Linnaeus, 1758  USA, Hawaii  40mm, olive and orange shell  F++    12.00
Hastula strigilata Linnaeus, 1758  Philippines  20-25mm, dark form  F++    4.00
Hastula stylata Hinds, 1844 Tahiti  20-25mm, dark shells  F++    4.00
Hastula stylata Hinds, 1844 Marquesas Islands   25-30mm, large for species  F++    6.00
Terebra subulata Linnaeus, 1767 Indonesia   under 80mm, typical for species   F+/F++    2.00
Terebra subulata Linnaeus, 1767 Indonesia  80-100mm, typical for species F+/F++    3.00
Terebra subulata Linnaeus, 1767 Indonesia  100-110mm, typical for species F+/F++    4.00
Terebra subulata Linnaeus, 1767 Australia, WA  110-120mm, typical for species F+/F++    4.00
Terebra subulata Linnaeus, 1767 Solomon Islands  110-120mm, typical for species F+/F++    4.00
Terebra succincta Gmelin, 1791 Australia, WA  20-25mm, dark shells  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra succincta Gmelin, 1791 Australia, QLD  35-40mm, pale form  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra succincta Gmelin, 1791 Philippines  35-40mm, darker shells  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra succincta Gmelin, 1791 Solomon Islands  35-40mm, very dark  F+    3.00
Terebra suspensa E A Smith, 1904 Africa, South Africa  28mm, typical for species F++    25.00
Terebra tantilla E A Smith, 1873 Australia, NT 5-8mm, red striped  F++    8.00
Terebra taurinum Lightfoot, 1786 Brazil  under 100mm, typical  F++    4.00
Terebra taurinum Lightfoot, 1786 USA, Florida  over 100mm, dredged  F+/F++    8.00
Terebra taurinum Lightfoot, 1786 USA, Florida  over 120mm, dredged  F+/F++    10.00
Terebra textilis Hinds, 1844 Philippines  20-30mm, typical  F++/GEM     3.00
Terebra textilis Hinds, 1844 Solomon Islands  20-30mm, typical  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra thaanumi Pilsbry, 1921 USA, Hawaii   35-40mm, fine sculpture  F++    12.00
Terebra thaanumi Pilsbry, 1921 USA, Hawaii  50-55mm, nice sculpture  F++   25.00
Terebra tricolor Sowerby, 1825 Indonesia  25-30mm, pale banded  F++/GEM     12.00
Terebra triseriata Gray, 1834 Philippines  under 70mm, orange shells  F++    4.00
Terebra triseriata Gray, 1834 Philippines  over 70mm, orange shells  F++    8.00
Terebra triseriata Gray, 1834 Philippines  over 90mm, orange shells  F++/GEM    12.00
Terebra triseriata Gray, 1834 Solomon Islands   over 70mm, typical  F++    8.00
Terebra trismacaria Melvill, 1907 Philippines  20-30mm, small banded shells  F++/GEM   12.00
Terebra tristis Deshayes, 1859 New Zealand  10-12mm, short stout shells  F++    5.00
Terebra tristis Deshayes, 1859 Australia, QLD 5-8mm, pale shells  F++    5.00
Terebra trochlea Deshayes, 1857 Marquesas Islands  55-60mm, dark shell  F++/GEM   38.00
Terebra trochlea Deshayes, 1857 Marquesas Islands  60-65mm, dark shell  F++/GEM   50.00
Terebra trochlea Deshayes, 1857 Marquesas Islands  over 65mm, very large  F++/GEM   60.00
Terebra turrita E A Smith, 1873 Taiwan  40-50mm, nice patterns  F++    5.00
Terebra undulata Gray, 1834 Philippines   30-35mm, unusual sculpture  F++    4.00
Terebra undulata Gray, 1834 Philippines  40-45mm, typical  F++    6.00
Terebra undulata Gray, 1834 Australia, QLD 30-35mm, dramatic pattern  F++/GEM   3.00
Terebra undulata Gray, 1834 Australia, QLD 35-40mm, colourful with orange vertical lines   F++/GEM    4.00
Duplicaria ustulata Deshayes, 1857 Australia, VIC  18-20mm, rare endemic species  F++/GEM    20.00
Duplicaria ustulata Deshayes, 1857 Australia, VIC  29mm, rare endemic species  F++    40.00
Terebra variegata Gray, 1834 Mexico, West Coast  30-40mm, heavily sculptured, very variable patterns  F++/GEM    3.00
Terebra variegata Gray, 1834 Mexico, West Coast  40-50mm, heavily sculptured, very variable patterns  F++/GEM    4.00
Terebra variegata