Australian Seashells P/L - 5 Ealing Mews, Kingsley WA 6026, Australia. web: www.australianseashells.com.au, e-mail: shells@seashells.net.au
VOLUTIDAE ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Athleta abyssicola (A Adams & Reeve, 1848) Africa, South Africa 50-60mm, the smaller form of this species  F++/GEM     18.00
Athleta abyssicola (A Adams & Reeve, 1848) Africa, South Africa  70-90mm, typical size for  this species  F++/GEM     25.00
Festilyria africana Reeve, 1856 Africa, South Africa  50-55mm, beached shells     10.00
Festilyria africana Reeve, 1856 Africa, South Africa  50-60mm,super live taken shells  F++/GEM    65.00 
Alcithoe aillaudorum Bouchet & Poppe, 1988 Norfolk Island  40-50mm, tall pale sp off NSW, low nodules, dead but representative dead     120.00
Miomelon alarconi Stuardo & Villas, 1974 Chile  62mm, typical, hard to obtain  F+/F++     45.00
Adelomelon americana Reeve, 1856 Brazil  41mm, as per Poppe / Goto Plate 34/1  F++     20.00
Adelomelon americana Reeve, 1856 Brazil  48mm, as per Poppe / Goto Plate 34/4  F++     25.00
Melo amphora Lightfoot, 1786 Western Australia  under 200mm with thin lips but very colourful patterns  F++     12.00
Melo amphora Lightfoot, 1786 Australia, WA  200-300mm, some with mature lips and colourful patterns  F++     30.00
Melo amphora Lightfoot, 1786 Australia, WA  300-350mm, some with good colour and pattern, good lips  F++     120.00
Melo amphora Lightfoot, 1786 Australia, WA  350-400mm, typical rough dorsum but some with good colour  F++     185.00
Melo amphora Lightfoot, 1786 Australia, WA  400-420mm, giant shells with typical faded colour and rough dorsum  F+/F++     240.00
Adelomelon ancilla Lightfoot, 1786 Argentina  110-125mm, typical long slender shells  F+     12.00
Adelomelon ancilla Lightfoot, 1786 Argentina  140mm, form magellanica, typical rough back and inflated body whorl F+     20.00
Fulgoraria angulosa (Shikama, 1967) Japan  95mm, very rare in any condition - dead but good  dead     200.00
Alcithoe arabica Gmelin, 1791 New Zealand  80-110mm, variable but with shoulder nodules  F+/F++     12.00
Alcithoe arabica Gmelin, 1791 New Zealand  75-85mm, form depressa, small and heavy  F+/F++     12.00
Alcithoe arabica Gmelin, 1791 New Zealand  80-110mm, f motutaraensis, rare - pale with discrete zigzag pattern  F+/F++     25.00
Alcithoe arabica Gmelin, 1791 New Zealand  90-110mm, form swainsoni, like arabica, but without shoulder nodules  F+/F++     12.00
Harpulina arausiaca Lightfoot,1786 Sri Lanka  60-65mm, form C, with spiral red band on grey background  F++     40.00
Cymbiola aulica Sowerby, 1825 Philippines  120-140mm, f red pattern, spined giants, mostly red, some orange & tan F/F+     30.00
Cymbiola aulica Sowerby, 1825 Philippines  100-140mm, f red pattern, spined giants, mostly red, some orange & tan F++     85.00
Cymbiola aulica Sowerby, 1825 Philippines  80-100mm, form entirely red, thin lip  F+     85.00
Cymbiola aulica Sowerby, 1825 Philippines   120-140mm, form predominantly pink/tan, large shoulder spines  F/F+     20.00
Fusivoluta barnardi Rehder, 1969 Africa, South Africa  90-100mm, good for this species, with operc  F++     35.00
Adelomelon beckii Broderip, 1836 Argentina  under 300mm, typical     45.00
Adelomelon beckii Broderip, 1836 Argentina  over 300mm, always in rough condition     85.00 
Enaeta barnesi Gray, 1825 Mexico  22-26mm, typical size and pattern  F++     9.00
Volutoconus bednalli Brazier, 1878 Indonesia  under 100mm, typical - dead but good  dead  30.00
Volutoconus bednalli Brazier, 1878 Indonesia  under 100, nice pattern of black on cream  F+/F++  55.00
Volutoconus bednalli Brazier, 1878 Indonesia  under 100mm, nice patterns  F++  85.00
Volutoconus bednalli Brazier, 1878 Indonesia  over 100mm, nice patterns  F++     140.00
Volutoconus bednalli Brazier, 1878 Indonesia  over 100mm, nice pattern of black on cream  F+/F++  80.00
Volutoconus bednalli Brazier, 1878 Indonesia  over 100mm, nice pattern of black on cream, dead but good  dead  40.00
Amoria benthalis McMichael, 1964 Australia, QLD  30-35mm, nice vertical stripes, juvenile lip, dead  dead     20.00
Amoria benthalis McMichael, 1964 Australia, QLD  30-35mm, nice vertical stripes, dead but fully mature  F/F+     38.00
Amoria benthalis McMichael, 1964 Australia, QLD  30-35mm, nice vertical stripes, dead but very good  F+/F++     100.00
Alcithoe benthicola Dell, 1963 New Zealand  Under 220mm,  good condition for these shells  F++    150.00
Alcithoe benthicola Dell, 1963 New Zealand  Over 220mm, very rare this size and in good condition  F+/F++    180.00
Athleta boswellae Rehder, 1969 Africa, South Africa  65-75mm, with original outer coat  F+/F++     48.00
Athleta boswellae Rehder, 1969 Africa, South Africa  30-35mm, dead sp     12.00
Pachycymbiola brasiliana Lamarck, 1811 Argentina  100-120mm, with perio, typical for species  F+     20.00
Melo broderipii (Griffith & Pidgeon, 1834) Philippines  250-300mm, massively inflated, super, small spine coronet, good lip F++/GEM     45.00
Nannamoria bulbosa Bail & Limpus, 2008 Australia, QLD  40-50mm, rare species, bulbose shape, smooth domed protoconch dead  95.00
Callipara bullatinea Weaver & Dupont, 1967 Africa, South Africa  45-50mm, very rare shell - live taken  F++     95.00
Callipara bullatinea Weaver & Dupont, 1967 Africa, South Africa  45-50mm, typical dead shell  good     12.00
Amoria canaliculata McCoy, 1869 Australia, QLD  35-40mm, variable patterns  F++/GEM     25.00
Amoria canaliculata McCoy, 1869 Australia, QLD  40-50mm with typical size and pattern  F++/ GEM     35.00
Amoria canaliculata McCoy, 1869 Australia, QLD  20-40mm, red form  F/F+     12.00
Amoria canaliculata McCoy, 1869 Australia, QLD  40-50mm, red form  F++     30.00
Lyria cassidula Reeve, 1849 Japan  25-30mm, heavy species with low ribs  F++/GEM  50.00
Voluta cathcartiae Reeve, 1855 Philippines  80-100mm, brown/tan with dark flecks and very dark spire F++/GEM  20.00
Voluta cathcartiae Reeve, 1855 Philippines  100-120mm, brown/tan with dark flecks and very dark spire  F++/GEM  30.00
Fulgoraria chinoi Bail, 2000 Japan  80-100mm, long, slender with coarse vertical ribs, always a little rough F++     45.00
Fulgoraria chinoi Bail, 2000 Japan  80-100mm, long, slender with coarse vertical ribs, always a little rough F+     25.00
Fulgoraria clara Sowerby III, 1914 Japan  70-80mm, salmon pink to orange-coloured tall shells  F/F+     4.00
Fulgoraria clara Sowerby III, 1914 Japan  70-80mm, salmon pink to orange-coloured tall shells  F++/GEM     20.00
Fulgoraria clara Sowerby III, 1914 Japan  80-90mm, salmon pink to orange-coloured tall shells  F+/F++      25.00
Fulgoraria clara Sowerby III, 1914 Japan  70-80mm, form noguchi, more robust form of the nominate species  F++/GEM     25.00
Fusivoluta clarkei Rehder, 1969 Africa, South Africa  70-80mm, pale peach shell with flared aperture, w/o  F++/GEM    20.00
Fusivoluta clarkei Rehder, 1969 Africa, South Africa  70-80mm, pale peach shell with flared aperture, w/o  F+/F++    6.00
Fusivoluta clarkei Rehder, 1969 Africa, South Africa  80-100mm, pale peach with flared aperture, w/o - large for species F++/GEM    25.00
Fusivoluta clarkei Rehder, 1969 Africa, South Africa  80-100mm, pale peach with flared aperture, w/o - large for species F+/F++    15.00
Lyria cloveriana Weaver, 1963 Sri Lanka  68-70mm, typical  F++/GEM     145.00
Fulgoraria concinna Broderip, 1836 Japan  130-150mm, nice banded pattern  F++     25.00
Fulgoraria concinna Broderip, 1836 Japan  120-140mm, form corrugata, coarse vertical ribs on a robust shell F+/F++     25.00
Guivillea corderoi Carcelles,1947 Argentina  50mm, excellent condition for this species  F++     200.00
Enaeta cylleniformis Sowerby, 1844 Bahamas  15-20mm, colourful orange pattern  F++     5.00
Cymbiola cymbiola Gmelin, 1791 Indonesia  62mm, pale form with very dramatic shoulder spines  F++     75.00
Cymbium cucumis Roeding, 1798 Northern Africa, Senegal  120-150mm, heavy mature lip  F++     20.00
Enaeta cumingi Broderip, 1832 Mexico  25-30mm, some with very dark dorsum  F++/GEM     6.00
Cymbium cymbium Linnaeus, 1758 Africa, Senegal  120-140mm, nice mature shells  F++     12.00
Teremachia dalli Bartsch, 1942 N/W Australia, WA  under 100mm, subspecies claydoni, nice dark shells with operc F+/F++     55.00
Teremachia dalli Bartsch, 1942 N/W Australia, WA  100-120mm, subspecies claydoni, small and very neat, w/o F+/F++     85.00
Teremachia dalli Bartsch, 1942 N/W Australia, WA  120-140mm, subspecies claydoni, typical but never GEM F/F++     110.00
Teremachia dalli Bartsch, 1942 Australia, North WA  140-180mm, subspecies claydoni, giant & never GEM F/F++     125.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, North WA  under 70mm, usually with thin lips  F++/GEM      6.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, North WA  70-80mm, small & heavy shells  F++/GEM     12.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, North WA  80-90mm, typical size and pattern  F++/GEM     20.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, North WA  90-100mm, large with typical pattern  F++/GEM     25.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, North WA  over 100mm, very rare now  F+/F++     30.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, North WA  over 100mm, almost impossible to get, from old collections only F++/GEM     50.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, North WA  65-75mm, One Arm Point form, very dark pattern, almost no bands  F+/F++     30.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, NT  75-85mm, form keatsiana, nicely banded with vertical wavy lines  F++/GEM     120.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, NT  85-110mm, f keatsiana, nice banding, vertical lines, slightly trimmed lip F+/F++     120.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Torres Strait  80-90mm, form ludbrookae, pale banded with orange  F++/GEM     120.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Torres Strait  89-90mm, form ludbrookae, pale banded with orange  F+/F++  75.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, S/W WA    under 70mm, form reevei (slender), dead but good  F/F+     30.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, S/W WA    70-80mm, form reevei (slender), dead but very good shells  F/F+     60.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, S/W WA    70-80mm, form reevei (slender), live caught  F/F+     160.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, S/W WA    80-90mm, form reevei (slender), dead but good shells  F+/F++     150.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, S/W WA    80-90mm, f reevei (slender), live caught, extremely rare this size now F+/F++     250.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, S/W WA    70-80mm, form reevei (robust), dead but good  F+     100.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, S/W WA    70-80mm, form reevei (robust), live caught  F+/ F++     150.00
Amoria damoni Gray, 1864 Australia, S/W WA    80-90mm, form reevei (robust), live caught  F+/ F++     250.00
Amoria dampieri Weaver, 1960 N/W W  Australia  25-30mm, brown vertical bands  F++/GEM     25.00
Amoria dampieri Weaver, 1960 Australia, North WA  25-30mm with brown vertical bands  F+/F++     12.00
Lyria delessertiana Petit de la Saussaye,1842 Africa, Madagascar  45-55mm, typical size and pattern  F++/GEM     25.00
Saotomea delicata Fulton, 1940 Japan  40-50mm, delicate salmon-coloured shells  F++/GEM     25.00
Saotomea delicata Fulton, 1940 Japan  30-40mm, delicate salmon colours  F++/GEM     20.00
Lyria deliciosa Montrouzier, 1859 Australia, QLD  25-30mm, rare from this locality now  F++     30.00
Lyria deliciosa Montrouzier, 1859 Australia, L Howe Is 25mm, form howensis, yellow background, with operc  F++     30.00
Lyria deliciosa Montrouzier, 1859 New Caledonia  30mm, typical from this location  F++     30.00
Cymbiola deshayesi Reeve, 1855 New Caledonia  70-80mm, typical orange blotches  F++     30.00
Cymbiola deshayesi Reeve, 1855 New Caledonia  70-80mm, typical orange blotched - very slightly polished   F/F+     6.00
Scaphella dohrni Sowerby, 1903 USA, Florida  50-60mm., poor lips but typical for the species     12.00
Scaphella dubia Broderip, 1827 USA 140-160mm, always with trimmed lips  F+     75.00
Zidonia dufresnei Donovan, 1823 Brazil  under 150mm, typical shells, always some damage  F+/F++     12.00
Zidonia dufresnei Donovan, 1823 Brazil  over 150mm, typical shell with wavy pattern  F+/F++     20.00
Zidonia dufresnei Donovan, 1823 Brazil  100-200mm, form distincta, tip of spire broken, otherwise good  F+/F++     12.00
Festilyria duponti Weaver, 1968 Africa, Mozambique  100-120mm, dead but with good pattern  dead     95.00
Voluta ebraea Linnaeus, 1758 Brazil  under 100mm with variable patterns  F++     25.00
Voluta ebraea Linnaeus, 1758 Brazil  over 100mm, variable patterns   F+/F++     38.00
Amoria ellioti Sowerby, 1864 Australia, North WA  65-70mm, small but typical shells  F++/GEM     15.00
Amoria ellioti Sowerby, 1864 Australia, North WA  70-80mm, typical size and patterns  F++/GEM     20.00
Amoria ellioti Sowerby, 1864 Australia, North WA  over 80mm, very large with wide bands  F++/GEM     30.00
Amoria ellioti Sowerby, 1864 Australia, North WA  70-75mm, form ellioti, with very broken up pattern lines  F++     75.00
Amoria ellioti Sowerby, 1864 Weld Island, WA  70-75mm, form weldensis, very heavy shell with chocolate aperture F+/F++     250.00
Amoria exoptanda Reeve, 1849 Australia, SA  85-90mm, typical orange aperture  F++/GEM      35.00
Amoria exoptanda Reeve, 1849 Australia, SA  90-100mm, typical size and pattern  F++/GEM      45.00
Amoria exoptanda Reeve, 1849 Australia, SA  100-110mm, very large and heavy shells  F++/GEM      60.00
Amoria exoptanda Reeve, 1849 Australia, SA  80-100mm, very large and heavy shells  F+/F++     25.00
Amoria exoptanda Reeve, 1849 Australia, WA  60-75mm, small thin local variant with mature lips  F++/GEM     35.00
Festilyria festiva Lamarck, 1811 Oman  118mm, form deceptrix, ground lip  good     28.00
Festilyria festiva Lamarck, 1811 Somalia  180-200mm, f festiva, orange/red nodules, black spots, dead but very good dead  60.00
Festilyria festiva Lamarck, 1811 Somalia  200-240mm, f festiva, orange/red nodules, black spots, very large, good dead  85.00
Festilyria festiva Lamarck, 1811 Somalia  180-200mm, form festiva, super, orange/red nodules and black accents F+/F++ 120.00
Festilyria festiva Lamarck, 1811 Somalia  Over 200mm, f festiva, super, orange/red nodules, black blotches, very large F+/F++ 140.00
Alcithoe fissurata Dell, 1963 New Zealand  under 150mm, very nice specimens with bands of brown  F+/F++     100.00
Alcithoe fissurata Dell, 1963 New Zealand  over 150mm, large and good condition for this species  F+/F++      140.00
Cymbiola flavicans Gmelin, 1791 Australia, NT  70-80mm, form smooth shoulder - this species is almost never GEM  F++     15.00
Cymbiola flavicans Gmelin, 1791 Australia, NT  70-80mm, form knobbed shoulder, typical for this form  F++     20.00
Alcithoe flemingi Dell, 1978 New Zealand  80-90mm, very elongate, graceful shells, never GEM   F+/F++     125.00
Fulgoraria formosana Azuma, 1967 Taiwan  60-70mm, smooth species with very fine surface sculpture  F++/GEM     12.00
Fulgoraria formosana Azuma, 1967 Taiwan  80-100mm, smooth species with very fine surface sculpture  F++/GEM  18.00
Ericusa fulgetrum Sowerby, 1825 Australia, SA  under 120mm, with irregular blotches and lines  F+/F++     30.00
Ericusa fulgetrum Sowerby, 1825 Australia, SA  under 120mm, with irregular blotches and lines  F++/GEM     45.00
Ericusa fulgetrum Sowerby, 1825 Australia, SA  over 120mm, with irregular blotches and lines  F+/F++     50.00
Ericusa fulgetrum Sowerby, 1825 Australia, SA  over 120mm, with irregular blotches and lines  F++/GEM     65.00
Ericusa fulgetrum Sowerby, 1825 Australia, SA  100-120mm, form bicincta, with two dark body bands   F++/GEM     125.00
Ericusa fulgetrum Sowerby, 1825 Australia, SA  over 120mm, large  F++/GEM     160.00
Ericusa fulgetrum Sowerby, 1825 Australia, SA  100-120mm, form connectens, with dashes around body whorl  F++/GEM      60.00
Ericusa fulgetrum Sowerby, 1825 Australia, SA rare SA forms - please request details, price depends on size/condition F++/GEM  POR
Alcithoe fusus Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 New Zealand  under 50mm, with typical pattern  F++     25.00
Alcithoe fusus Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 New Zealand  over 50mm, with red stained overlay  F++     50.00
Notovoluta gardneri Darragh, 1983 Swains Reef, QLD 70-80mm, form typical, pale orange tinted pattern  F++/GEM    25.00
Notovoluta gardneri Darragh, 1983 Swains Reef, QLD 70-80mm, banded form - always with small borer hole on spine  F+/F++      20.00
Notovoluta gardneri Darragh, 1983 Swains Reef, QLD 70-80mm, banded form - always with small borer hole on spine  F/F+     6.00
Notovoluta gardneri Darragh, 1983 Swains Reef, QLD 80-85mm, with two dark body bands  F++/GEM     35.00
Athleta gilchristi Sowerby III, 1902 Africa, South Africa  25-28mm with various surface sculptures  F++     30.00
Neptuneopsis gilchristi Sowerby, 1898 Africa, South Africa  100-120mm, with periostricum and operculum  F++     30.00
Cymbium glans Gmelin, 1791 Africa, Senegal  150-200mm, super shells, typical size & looks  F++     25.00
Cymbium glans Gmelin, 1791 Africa, Senegal  over 200mm, super shells, very large  F++     40.00
Amoria grayi Ludbrook, 1953 Australia, North WA  50-60mm, typical with orange/tan colour  F++/GEM     5.00
Amoria grayi Ludbrook, 1953 Australia, North WA  60-70mm, typical with orange/tan colour  F++/GEM     8.00
Amoria grayi Ludbrook, 1953 Australia, North WA  70-80mm, typical with orange/tan colour  F++/GEM     12.00
Amoria grayi Ludbrook, 1953 Australia, North WA  80-90mm, large with blue/tan colour  F++/GEM     20.00
Amoria grayi Ludbrook, 1953 Dampier, W A   45-48mm, form whitworthi, fully mature, very pale dwarf form  F++/GEM     25.00
Amoria grayi Ludbrook, 1953 Australia, S/W WA   under 80mm, form banded, with two yellow bands around body whorl  F++/GEM     50.00
Amoria grayi Ludbrook, 1953 Australia, S/W WA   over 80mm, form banded, with two bands on body whorl  F++/GEM     60.00
Volutoconus grossi Iredale, 1927 Australia, QLD  55-60mm, form Capricorn Channel (dwarf form) F++/GEM     10.00
Volutoconus grossi Iredale, 1927 Australia, QLD  60-68mm, form Capricorn Channel (dwarf form) F++/GEM     12.00
Volutoconus grossi Iredale, 1927 Australia, QLD  60-70mm, form mcmichaeli, with 2 brown bands on body whorl  F+/F++     85.00
Volutoconus grossi Iredale, 1927 Australia, QLD  60-70mm, form mcmichaeli, with 2 brown bands on body whorl  F/F+     45.00
Volutoconus grossi Iredale, 1927 Australia, QLD  80-90mm, form mcmichaeli, with 2 brown bands on body whorl  F+      110.00
Volutoconus grossi Iredale, 1927 Tin Can Bay, QLD  100-120mm, form Tin Can Bay, giant spectacular shells  F++/GEM     155.00
Volutoconus grossi Iredale, 1927 Tin Can Bay, QLD  80-100mm, form Tin Can Bay, large with typical colour   F++/GEM     80.00
Volutoconus grossi Iredale, 1927 Tin Can Bay, QLD  100-120mm, form Tin Can Bay, typical shells with ground lip  F/F+    60.00
Nannamoria guntheri E A Smith, 1886 Australia, SA  40-45mm, with delicate pattern  F++/GEM     115.00
Nannamoria guntheri E A Smith, 1886 Australia, SA  45-50mm, typical pattern and size  F++/GEM     145.00
Nannamoria guntheri E A Smith, 1886 Australia, SA  50-55mm, large and dramatic pattern  F++/GEM     185.00
Nannamoria guntheri E A Smith, 1886 Australia, SA  45-55mm, super shells but with small flaws such as growth lines  F+/F++     100.00
Amoria guttata McMichael, 1964 Australia, QLD  45-50mm, f Capricorn Channel, pale yellow patterns, dead but good F+     6.00
Amoria guttata McMichael, 1964 Australia, QLD  40-45mm, form banded, typical slender banded form  F++/GEM     20.00
Amoria guttata McMichael, 1964 Australia, QLD  40-50mm, form banded, typical slender banded form  F+/F++  10.00
Amoria guttata McMichael, 1964 Australia, QLD  45-50mm, form banded, typical slender banded form  F++/GEM     25.00
Amoria guttata McMichael, 1964 Australia, QLD  50-60mm, form banded, very large for this species  F++/GEM  30.00
Lyria habei Okutani, 1979 Philippines  30-40mm, form vicdani, with distinct vertical ribs  F++/GEM     25.00
Lyria habei Okutani, 1979 Philippines  35-45mm, form typical - usual size and colour, no vertical ribs  F++/GEM     25.00
Fulgoraria hamillei (Crosse, 1869) Taiwan  70-80mm, tall smooth species with smooth outer lip  F++     8.00
Fulgoraria hamillei (Crosse, 1869) Taiwan  80-100mm, tall smooth species with smooth outer lip  F+/F++    12.00
Volutoconus hargreavesi Angas, 1872 Australia, North WA  70-75mm, smooth form, good colour and gloss  F/F+     125.00
Volutoconus hargreavesi Angas, 1872 Australia, North WA  70-75mm, dark red shell with thin lip  F+     125.00
Cymbiola hughmorrisoni Bail & Limpus, 1997 Australia, WA  95mm with growth line on dorsum but otherwise good  F+  sold out
Cymbiola hughmorrisoni Bail & Limpus, 1997 Australia, WA  105mm, dead shell but complete  good  sold out
Fulgoraria humerosa Rehder, 1969 Taiwan  100mm, dead shell but useful representative  good     25.00
Cymbiolista hunteri Iredale, 1931 Australia, QLD  80-100mm, typical form  F++/GEM     10.00
Cymbiolista hunteri Iredale, 1931 Australia, QLD  115-120mm, f red banded, very pale red bands, occasional brown lines F++     60.00
Cymbiola imperialis Lightfoot, 1786 Philippines  over 150mm, typical pattern with dark bands  F++     25.00
Cymbiola imperialis Lightfoot, 1786 Philippines  under 150mm, variable patterns  F++     12.00
Cymbiola innexa Reeve, 1849 Indonesia  100-110mm, form A ( reddish), two bands on body whorl  F++/GEM     20.00
Cymbiola innexa Reeve, 1849 Indonesia  110-135mm, very large shells  F++/GEM     25.00
Nannamoria inflata  Basil & Limpus, 2008 Australia, QLD  42-48mm, form smooth, variable patterns (was called inopinata)  F++/GEM     75.00
Nannamoria inflata  Basil & Limpus, 2008 Australia, QLD  42-48mm, form smooth, with variable patterns (was called inopinata)  F+/F++     50.00
Nannamoria inflata  Basil & Limpus, 2008 Australia, QLD  42-48mm, form smooth, obvious flaws (was called inopinata)  F+     25.00
Nannamoria inflata  Basil & Limpus, 2008 Australia, QLD  42-48mm, form smooth, dead but good (was called inopinata)     15.00
Nannamoria inopinata Darragh, 1979 Swains Reef, QLD  50-60mm, rare species, discrete shoulder spines, dead but representative dead  65.00
Cymbiolacca intruderi Poppe, 1985 Australia, QLD  65-80mm, live taken shells with dramatic pattern  F+/F++     40.00
Cymbiolacca intruderi Poppe, 1985 Australia, QLD  65-80mm, dead with variable patterns  good     12.00
Cymbiola irvinae E A Smith, 1909 Australia, S/W WA   80-90mm, form spiny, dead with broken spines, good surface lustre  F+     100.00
Cymbiola irvinae E A Smith, 1909 Australia, S/W WA   dead with variable patterns dead     45.00
Cymbiola irvinae E A Smith, 1909 Australia, S/W WA   100-110mm, dead with hole in body whorl  dead     25.00
Cymbiola irvinae E A Smith, 1909 Australia, S/W WA   100-110mm, good shell but with filed lip  F+     395.00
Cymbiola irvinae E A Smith, 1909 Australia, S/W WA   form smooth - see V. hughmorrisoni  N/A 0.00
Alcithoe jaculoides Powell, 1924 New Zealand  under 100mm, tall smooth species with distinct shoulder nodules  F+/F++     15.00
Alcithoe jaculoides Powell, 1924 New Zealand  100-150mm, tall smooth species with distinct shoulder nodules  F+/F++     25.00
Alcithoe jaculoides Powell, 1924 New Zealand  100-150mm, form calva, tall smooth species - no shoulder nodules  F+/F++     25.00
Alcithoe jaculoides Powell, 1924 New Zealand  over 150mm, form calva, tall smooth species - no shoulder nodules  F+/F++     40.00
Amoria jansae v.Pel & Moolenbek, 2010 Australia, QLD  105-115mm, from L. Musgrave Is, smaller, very colourful F++     20.00
Amoria jamrachi Gray, 1846 Australia, WA  under 50mm, with unusual patterns  F++/GEM     10.00
Amoria jamrachi Gray, 1846 Australia, WA  50-55mm, typical size and pattern  F++/GEM      15.00
Amoria jamrachi Gray, 1846 Australia, WA  over 55mm, rare this size  F++/GEM     24.00
Nannamoria johnclarkei Bail & Limpus, 1997 Australia, S/W WA   36mm. new slender species, similar to guntheri  F/ dead     300.00
Teremachia johnsoni Bartsch, 1942 Arafura Sea  under 150mm, form arafurensis, super shells from Indonesia w/o F++/GEM     95.00
Teremachia johnsoni Bartsch, 1942 Arafura Sea  over 150mm, form arafurensis, super shells from Indonesia w/o F++/GEM     125.00
Teremachia johnsoni Bartsch, 1942 Australia, S/W WA   150mm, form dupreyae, population E, very rare & heavy with flared lip F+     125.00
Teremachia johnsoni Bartsch, 1942 Australia, North WA  under 120mm, form dupreyae, typical but small, with operc  F++     15.00
Teremachia johnsoni Bartsch, 1942 Australia, North WA  120-160mm, form dupreyae, typical with operc  F++     20.00
Teremachia johnsoni Bartsch, 1942 Australia, North WA  160-200mm, form dupreyae, very large with operc  F+/F++     30.00
Teremachia johnsoni Bartsch, 1942 Australia, North WA  over 200mm, form dupreyae, giant and very rare, never GEM  F+/F++     125.00
Teremachia johnsoni Bartsch, 1942 Philippines  140-160mm, typical with very good lip and operculum  F++/GEM     40.00
Scaphella junonia Lamarck, 1804 USA, Florida.  60-80mm, form johnstonae, nice pattern with slightly filed lip  F++  8.00
Scaphella junonia Lamarck, 1804 USA, Florida.  80-110mm, form johnstonae, nice patterns with good lip  F++  25.00
Scaphella junonia Lamarck, 1804 USA, Florida.  80-110mm, form johnstonae, nice patterns with slightly filed lip  F+/F++    15.00
Scaphella junonia Lamarck, 1804 USA, Florida.  110-120mm, form johnstonae, nice pattern and original lip  F++  35.00
Scaphella junonia Lamarck, 1804 USA, Florida.  110-120mm, form johnstonae, good with very slightly filed lip  F+/F++    20.00
Scaphella junonia Lamarck, 1804 USA, Florida.  120-130mm, f johnstonae, large, typically some growth lines, filed lip F+/F++     45.00
Alcithoe knoxi Dell, 1956 New Zealand  60-80mm, always rough  F+     95.00
Notovoluta kreuslerae Angas, 1865 Australia, SA  60-65mm, nice with two clear body bands  F++/GEM     40.00
Notovoluta kreuslerae Angas, 1865 Australia, SA  65-70mm, typical size and patterns  F++/GEM    60.00
Notovoluta kreuslerae Angas, 1865 Australia, SA  70-75mm, large  F++/GEM    75.00
Notovoluta kreuslerae Angas, 1865 Australia, WA  50-60mm, light thin W. A. variant  F++/GEM     45.00
Lyria kurodai Kawamura, 1964 Taiwan  70-72mm, typical shell  F++     30.00
Lyria kurodai Kawamura, 1964 Vietnam  80-85mm, typical  F++     20.00
Harpulina lapponica Linnaeus, 1767 India  50-60mm, variable colours, with operc  F++/GEM     4.00
Harpulina lapponica Linnaeus, 1767 India  60-70mm, variable colours,  with operc  F++/GEM     6.00
Alcithoe larochei Marwick, 1926 New Zealand  100-120mm with plain tan dorsum, good for this species  F++  30.00
Alcithoe larochei Marwick, 1926 New Zealand  100-120mm, f tigrina, as typical form, but vertical darker orange stripe F++  45.00
Enaeta leonardhilli Petuch, 1982 Brazil  12mm, a controversial species  F+     25.00
Harpulina loroisi Valenciennes, 1863 India  70-75mm, form A - typical form and size  F++     20.00
Harpulina loroisi Valenciennes, 1863 India  100mm, form B - long elegant shell with knobbed shoulders  F+/F++     75.00
Alcithoe lutea Watson, 1882 New Zealand  80-95mm, never GEM but good for species  F++     90.00
Athleta lutosa Koch, 1948 Africa, South Africa  50-60mm, trawled from Orange River  F++     12.00
Lyria lyraeformis Swainson, 1821 Kenya  78mm, typical form  F/F+     125.00
Amoria macandrewi Sowerby, 1887 Australia, North WA  30-35mm, variable patterns  F++/GEM     40.00
Amoria macandrewi Sowerby, 1887 Australia, North WA  35-40mm, hard to get now  F++/GEM     65.00
Amoria maculata Swainson, 1822 Australia, QLD  60-70mm, small typical shells  F++     5.00
Amoria maculata Swainson, 1822 Australia, QLD  70-80mm, four bands of vertical dashes  F++     8.00
Amoria maculata Swainson, 1822 Australia, QLD  45-55mm, form caroli, heavy pale shell with orange marks  F++     30.00
Amoria maculata Swainson, 1822 Australia, QLD  80-90mm, form Cairns - tall & slender form   F++     30.00
Amoria maculata Swainson, 1822 N/E Australia, QLD 40-50mm, form volva, pale yellow & unbanded form  F++/GEM     8.00
Cymbiola magnifica Gebauer, 1802 Eastern Australia  under 200mm, typical patterns  F++     65.00
Cymbiola magnifica Gebauer, 1802 Eastern Australia  200-250mm, typical patterns and thick lip  F++/GEM  100.00
Cymbiola magnifica Gebauer, 1802 Eastern Australia  over 250mm, rare this size in good condition  F++      140.00
Cymbiola magnifica Gebauer, 1802 Eastern Australia  unusual patterns or forms  F+/F++  POR
Cymbiola magnifica Gebauer, 1802 Australia, QLD  150-200mm, form altispira, slender tall-spired form  F++     75.00
Cymbiola magnifica Gebauer, 1802 Australia, QLD  150-200mm, form altispira, slender tall-spired form  F+     50.00
Cymbiola magnifica Gebauer, 1802 Australia, QLD  over 200mm, form altispira, slender tall-spired form, rare this size  F++     100.00
Cymbiola magnifica Gebauer, 1802 Australia, QLD  over 200mm, form altispira, slender tall-spired form, rare this size  F+     75.00
Voluta malayensis Doute & Bail, 2000 Malaysia, Sabah  70-90mm, pale peach coloured with darker bands F+/F++    60.00
Voluta malayensis Doute & Bail, 2000 Malaysia, Sabah  70-90mm, pale peach coloured with darker bands F++/GEM    120.00
Livonia mammilla Sowerby I, 1844 Australia, VIC  250-300mm, classic southern Australian specimens  F++     165.00
Livonia mammilla Sowerby I, 1844 Australia, VIC  250-300mm, classic southern Australian specimens  F+     125.00
Livonia mammilla Sowerby I, 1844 Australia, VIC  250-300mm, classic southern Australian sp -  with filed lip  F/ good     55.00
Livonia mammilla Sowerby I, 1844 Australia, VIC  200-250mm, typical for species  F++     110.00
Livonia mammilla Sowerby I, 1844 Australia, VIC  200-250mm, typical for species, with filed lip  F/good     40.00
Livonia mammilla Maybloom, 1951 Australia, VIC  240-260mm, form leucostoma - white aperture  F++     230.00
Livonia mammilla Maybloom, 1951 Australia, VIC  240-260mm, white aperture  F+     195.00
Livonia mammilla Maybloom, 1951 Australia, VIC  240-260mm, white aperture, with filed lip  F/ good     125.00
Cymbium marmoratum Link, 1807 Africa, Senegal  100-120mm, nice marbled dorsum  F++     15.00
Fulgoraria megaspira Sowerby II, 1844 Japan  100-120mm, f. angulosa - more angular whorls and deep sutures  F++/GEM  150.00
Fulgoraria megaspira Sowerby II, 1844 Japan  100-120mm, f megaspira, tall, tan/orange, vertical ribs, 3 dark bands F++  25.00
Fulgoraria megaspira Sowerby II, 1844 Japan  120-140mm, f prevostiana, tall round-ribbed, 3 bands on body whorl F++  30.00
Fulgoraria megaspira Sowerby II, 1844 Japan  over 140mm, f prevostiana, tall round-ribbed, 3 bands, large for this form  F++  40.00
Fulgoraria megaspira Sowerby II, 1844 Japan  80-100mm, f salebrosa, small coarsely ribbed form of nominate species F++  25.00
Fulgoraria mentiens (Fulton, 1940) Japan  120-140mm, deep water trawled, central band of dark blotches on whorl F++     40.00
Fulgoraria mentiens (Fulton, 1940) Japan  140-160mm, large for this species  F++     60.00
Melo miltonis Griffith & Pidgeon,1834 Australia, WA  under 200mm, typical shells with colourful patterns  F++     30.00
Melo miltonis Griffith & Pidgeon,1834 Australia, WA  200-250mm, with variable busy dorsal patterns  F++     38.00
Melo miltonis Griffith & Pidgeon,1834 Australia, WA  250-300mm, with variable dorsal patterns - typical for size  F++     50.00
Melo miltonis Griffith & Pidgeon,1834 Australia, WA  300-350mm, very large for species  F+     95.00
Melo miltonis Griffith & Pidgeon,1834 Australia, WA  over 350mm, giant shells with usual faded & worn dorsum  F+     125.00
Saotomea minima Bondarev, 1994 Vietnam  30mm, small slender species with pale band on body  F++/GEM     75.00
Provocator mirabilis Finlay, 1926 New Zealand  under 80mm with longer spire than aurantia  F++/GEM     20.00
Provocator mirabilis Finlay, 1926 New Zealand  over 80mm, very large for species  F++/GEM     25.00
Provocator mirabilis Finlay, 1926 New Zealand  over 100mm, rare this size  F++/GEM     35.00
Provocator mirabilis Finlay, 1926 New Zealand  90-95mm, form albino, white  F++     100.00
Provocator mirabilis Finlay, 1926  New Zealand  80-90mm, form aurantia, short and wide  F+/F++     25.00
Lyria mitraeformis Lamarck, 1811 Australia, SA  30-35mm, typical with heavy ridges and operc  F++/GEM     3.00
Lyria mitraeformis Lamarck, 1811 Australia, SA  35-40mm, larger and with much lighter colours & operc  F++/GEM     5.00
Lyria mitraeformis Lamarck, 1811 Australia, SA  40-45mm, very pale, almost albino with operc  F++/GEM     55.00
Lyria mitraeformis Lamarck, 1811 Australia, SA  40-45mm, golden form with operc  F++/GEM     70.00
Lyria mitraeformis Lamarck, 1811 Australia, WA  35-45mm, form grangeri, inflated body whorl, weak ridges, w/o F++/GEM     4.00
Amoria molleri Iredale, 1936 Cape Moreton, QLD 70-90mm, form A - uniformly salmon coloured  F+/F++     10.00
Amoria molleri Iredale, 1936 Australia, QLD  50-60mm, form vandenbergae, orange/peach coloured  F+    38.00
Amoria molleri Iredale, 1936 Australia, QLD  40-50mm, form reducta, with thin dashes  F++/GEM     6.00
Amoria molleri Iredale, 1936 Australia, QLD  65mm, form isabellae, with two bands of vertical dashes  F++     12.00
Voluta musica Linnaeus, 1758 South America  50-70mm, typical with wide body and nodules  F++/GEM     20.00
Voluta musica Linnaeus, 1758 South America  over 70mm, typical with wide body and nodules  F++/ GEM    30.00
Voluta musica Linnaeus, 1758 Antilles  40-50mm, form carneolata, with orange/pink base pattern  F++/GEM     40.00
Voluta musica Linnaeus, 1758 Venezuela under 60mm, form thiarella, slender and with dark patterns  F++     25.00
Voluta musica Linnaeus, 1758 Venezuela over 60mm, form thiarella, slender with dark pattern   F++     40.00
Amoria necopinata Darragh, 1983 Australia, QLD  25-30mm, peach coloured, with fine wavy brown lines, dead but good dead    110.00
Cymbiola nivosa Lamarck, 1804 Australia, S/W WA   60-70mm, form slender, no shoulder nodules, with typical patterns F++     8.00
Cymbiola nivosa Lamarck, 1804 Australia, S/W WA   70-80mm. without shoulder nodules, with typical patterns  F++     12.00
Cymbiola nivosa Lamarck, 1804 Australia, S/W WA 50-60mm, form nodulated, low shoulder nodules, snowflake pattern F++     8.00
Cymbiola nivosa Lamarck, 1804 Australia, WA  60-70mm, with low shoulder nodules  F++     12.00
Cymbiola nobilis Lightfoot, 1786 Singapore  100-110mm, f smooth, as per Poppe/Goto, Plate 72/1, but more lines F++     20.00
Cymbiola nobilis Lightfoot, 1786 Thailand  120-140mm., very dark banded form with flared lip  F++/GEM     30.00
Cymbiola nobilis Lightfoot, 1786 Thailand  70-80mm, form dwarf, with various patterns  F++/GEM     6.00
Livonia nodiplicata Cox, 1910 Australia, S/W WA   under 200mm, juvenile with thin lips  F+      25.00
Livonia nodiplicata Cox, 1910 Australia, S/W WA    200-300mm, with damaged  lip but mature and with good colour   F/F+      65.00
Livonia nodiplicata Cox, 1910 Australia, S/W WA   over 300mm, with damaged  lip but mature and with good colour   F/F+     95.00
Livonia nodiplicata Cox, 1910 Australia, S/W WA   over 350mm, live caught sp, price depends on size/condition ($ 200-350) F+/F++  POR
Cymbiola oblita E A Smith, 1907 Australia, North WA  50-60mm, typical form. with low shoulder spines or nodules  F++/GEM     5.00
Cymbiola oblita E A Smith, 1907 Australia, North WA  60-70mm, typical form. with low shoulder spines or nodules  F++/GEM      8.00
Cymbiola oblita E A Smith, 1907 Australia, WA  48-55mm, f red, aka "Broome Red" - red with very spiny shoulder F++/GEM