Australian Seashells P/L - 5 Ealing Mews, Kingsley WA 6026, Australia. web: www.seashells.net, e-mail: shells@seashells.net.au
TONNIDAE ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Tonna allium Dillwyn, 1817 Australia, Broome 50-60mm, fully adult dwarf, heavy, thick lip, rare from here  F++    12.00
Tonna allium Dillwyn, 1817 Philippines  60-70mm, almost completely white  F++    10.00
Tonna allium Dillwyn, 1817 Philippines  70-80mm, some with darker spiral bands  F++    15.00
Tonna ampullacea Philippi, 1845 Philippines  100-200mm, large, brown, white aperture (aka olearium)  F++    20.00
Tonna ampullacea Philippi, 1845 Philippines  200-250mm, huge, spectacular aperture (aka olearium)  F++    30.00
Tonna ampullacea Philippi, 1845 Australia, WA  100-200mm, large and very rare from WA F++    25.00
Eudolium bairdii Verrill & Smith, 1881 Australia, WA  40-50mm, form lineata, thin, variable size  F++/GEM     25.00
Eudolium bairdii Verrill & Smith, 1881 Australia, WA  over 50mm, form lineata, large for species  F++/GEM     30.00
Eudolium bairdii Verrill & Smith, 1881 Australia, WA  40-50mm, form lineata, thin white spiral lines  F/F+   $5.00
Tonna canaliculata Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  60-80mm, rounded with very deep suture (aka cepa) F++    8.00
Eudolium crosseanum Monterosato, 1869 South Africa  50-55mm, tan with paler mottled pattern  F++/GEM  25.00
Tonna cumingii Reeve, 1849 Australia, WA  60-80mm, lighter than Queensland form  F+/F++    8.00
Tonna cumingii Reeve, 1849 Australia, QLD  70-80mm, zig-zag pattern  F+    8.00
Tonna cumingii Reeve, 1849 Philippines  80-100mm, often colourful, taller spire than AU sp F++    12.00
Tonna cumingii Reeve, 1849 Philippines  100-120mm, dark spectacular  shells  F++    25.00
Tonna dolium Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  90-100mm, tessellated pattern on ridges  F++    5.00
Tonna dolium Linnaeus, 1758 Thailand  60-80mm, typical with sparse spots on ribs  F++/GEM    5.00
Tonna galea Linnaeus, 1758 Nicaragua  100-110mm, pale tan shells with low spire  F++    12.00
Tonna galea Linnaeus, 1758 Africa, Senegal  200-240mm, super brown sp with brown aperture  F++    45.00
Tonna galea Linnaeus, 1758 Sierra Leone  150mm, rare location  F+    38.00
Tonna haurakiensis Hedley, 1919 New Zealand  140mm, typical for species dead  sold out
Tonna hawaiiensis Vos, 2007 USA, Hawaii  70-80mm, pale, brown stained columella & inside lip  F++/GEM  75.00
Tonna lischkeana Kuester, 1857 Australia, WA  80-100mm, spotted ribs, round & inflated body whorl F++  20.00
Tonna lischkeana Kuester, 1857 Australia, WA  100-120mm, very rounded and inflated, large  F++  30.00
Tonna luteostoma Kuester, 1857 South Africa  80-100mm, very low spire and inflated body whorl  F++  20.00
Tonna luteostoma Kuester, 1857 South Africa  100-110mm, very low spire and inflated body whorl  F++  25.00
Tonna morrisoni Vos, 2005 Somalia  75mm, very rare, new species, dead but good good  140.00
Tonna morrisoni Vos, 2005 Somalia  95mm, very rare, new species, dead but good good  210.00
Tonna oentoengi Vos, 2005 Indonesia  50-60mm, newly described, bands of brown spots F++    20.00 
Tonna oentoengi Vos, 2005 Indonesia  over 60mm, newly described, bands of brown spots  F++    25.00
Tonna pennata Moerch, 1853 Brazil  70-80mm, like T. perdix, but heavy, busy sculpture F++  12.00
Tonna perdix Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  80-100mm, typical brown and tan pattern  F++/GEM  $3.00
Tonna perdix Linnaeus, 1758 Australia, WA  100-120mm, brown/tan pattern, rare this size in WA F++/GEM  $6.00
Malea pomum Linnaeus, 1758 Australia  30-40mm, small, heavy and mature  F+/F++    4.00
Malea pomum Linnaeus, 1758 Australia  40-50mm, heavy and typical  F++/GEM    6.00
Malea pomum Linnaeus, 1758 Mauritius  45-55mm, heavy and tan interior  F++/GEM    6.00
Malea pomum Linnaeus, 1758 Philippines  45-55mm, typical with tan interior  F++/GEM    4.00
Malea ringens Swainson, 1822 Mexico, Baja 60-80mm, nice mature shells  F++  15.00
Malea ringens Swainson, 1822 Mexico, Baja 80-100mm, slightly chipped shells  F/F+  20.00
Malea ringens Swainson, 1822 Mexico, Baja over 170mm, large with typical chipped anterior  F/F+  80.00
Malea ringens Swainson, 1822 Mexico, Baja 120-170mm, super sp, some slight chipping as usual F++  65.00
Tonna sulcosa Born, 1758 Japan  60-90mm, typical banded  F++/GEM    10.00
Tonna sulcosa Born, 1758 Philippines  80-100mm, dark banded form  F++/GEM    6.00
Tonna tankervilli Hanley, 1860 Australia, NSW 80-100mm, was called cerevisina - nicely patterned  F++    12.00
Tonna tankervilli Hanley, 1860 Australia, NSW 100-150mm, tan & white with pale spire F++    20.00
Tonna tankervilli Hanley, 1860 Australia, NSW 150-180mm,tan & white with pale spire  F++    30.00
Tonna tankervilli Hanley, 1860 Australia, NSW 180-200mm, tan & white, pale spire, very large   F++    45.00
Tonna tankervilli Hanley, 1860 Australia, NSW over 200mm, tan & white, giant - always some damage F+/F++    60.00
Tonna tetracotula Hedley, 1919 Australia, NSW over 100mm, deep water trawled  F+/F++    20.00
Tonna tetracotula Hedley, 1919 Australia, QLD  45-50mm, typical for species  F++/GEM    10.00
Tonna tetracotula Hedley, 1919 Australia, QLD  50-60mm, typical for species  F++/GEM    15.00
Tonna variegata Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA  40-60mm, dwarf form, fully mature lip (aka chinensis)  F++    10.00
Tonna variegata Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA  60-80mm, nice range of colours  F++/GEM    10.00
Tonna variegata Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA  80-100mm, typical size with variable colours  F++/GEM    15.00
Tonna variegata Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA  under 120mm, typical for species  F++    20.00
Tonna variegata Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA  120-150mm, large and dark  F++    25.00
Tonna variegata Lamarck, 1822 Australia, WA  over 150mm, rare this size  F++    40.00
Tonna zonata Green, 1830 Philippines  80-120mm, brown, distinct spiral chord sculpture, heavy F++    20.00
Tonna zonata Green, 1830 Philippines  120-200mm, v large, heavy, spiral chords like ampullacea F++    40.00

 

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