COWRIES...E-M
(Gallery view)
...updated: 16.09.2018
No. Species Data Size (mm) price in Euro €set of 3
eburnea (Barnes 1824) (Naria)
245x eburnea Fiji. Rare now. Plain white f+/f++
27-38
28
245xa eburnea New Caledonia. Beautiful giants f++/gem
37-40
45
100
edentula edentula (J. E. Gray 1825) (Cypraeovula)
247a edentula edentula Jeffreysbay. SINISTRAL. Very worn. Protconch gone. fair
20,8*
650
247x edentula edentula Port Elizabeth. Classic form. Fresh and selected bargain deal! gem
19-22
12
30
249 edentula f. cohenae Jeffreysbay. Hybrid with fuscodentata. Exceptionally large and nice. gd
30,9*
400
249a edentula f. cohenae Jeffreysbay. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1987) No. 14 p. 26, left photo, shell on right
28,2*
250
249x edentula f. cohenae Jeffreysbay. Hybrid with fuscodentata. Beached as usual. gd.
22-24
35
edentula nahoonensis Lorenz 1989 (Cypraeovula)
250 edentula nahoonensis East London. beached. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1986) No. 12 p. 16 3rd row shell on left
26,2*
40
250x edentula nahoonensis East London. Really good beach, full pattern. gd/f.
21-24
10
35
248 edentula nahoonensis f. denticulata East London, SA. Live taken gem
26,5*
375
edentula sanfrancisca Chiapponi 1999 (Cypraeovula)
252x edentula sanfrancisca f. astonensis S. Africa. Callused form from deeper water. gem
20
55
140
eglantina (Duclos 1833) (Mauritia)
253 eglantina New Caledonia. Melanistic & rostrate. Anterior tips nearly touching. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1985) No. 3/4 p. 7 fig. 21h and also in TC 12 p. 36 fig. 123
58,9*
400
253x eglantina Philippines. Above average quality f++/gem
55-69
10
253xa eglantina New Caledonia. Black melanistic and rostrate. gem
43-49
100
253xb eglantina Taiwan. Typical smaller specimens. f+/gem
45-51
8
253xc eglantina Philippines. Greyish overcast form. gem
50-65
7
253xd eglantina Sulawesi. Dark, smaller specimens. f+/gem
45-51
5
253xe eglantina New Caledonia. Beginning melanism. f++/gem
48-54
30
75
eludens eludens Raybaudi 1991 (Zoila)
256 eludens eludens Exmouth. Rounded and humped. Nice dorsal line. gem
65,4*
900
256b eludens eludens Exmouth. Typical gem
61,8*
900
eludens stricklandi Lorenz 2015 (Zoila)
257 eludens stricklandi Exmouth area. Vividly spotted. Shallow growth line. gem-
44,1*
875
257a eludens stricklandi Exmouth area. Dark and densely spotted. Dark base. gem
38,6*
1500
257b eludens stricklandi Exmouth area. Young adult. Very pretty. gem
40,3*
750
englerti (Summers & Burg. 1965) (Naria)
258x englerti Easter Is. Typical paler shells. gem
20-24
18
erosa chlorizans (Melvill 1888) (Naria)
259a erosa chlorizans Queensland. Variation with a split blotch. gem
32,5*
20
259x erosa chlorizans New Ireland. Only a few. gem
29-31
5
12
259xa erosa chlorizans Vanuatu. gem
30-41
5
12
261 erosa chlorizans f. lactescens Tuamotu. Very callused, contrasting colors. Gem
30,6*
20
261x erosa chlorizans f. lactescens Tahiti. Calloused local form. f++/gem
30-39
12
259xb erosa chlorizans var. Queensland. Local variation formerly called purissima. gem
30-41
5
12
erosa erosa (Linnaeus 1758) (Naria)
262 erosa erosa Tanzania. Exceptionally nice subfossil. gem
35,7*
15
262a erosa erosa Mauritius. Famous dwarf form.gem
15-17
25
262x erosa erosa Zanzibar. Typical gem
35-43
5
12
262xa erosa erosa India. Characteristic nominate form, gem
28-34
5
12
263 erosa erosa Natal, S. Africa. Deep water. Amazing pattern. gem
43,8*
35
263a erosa erosa Natal, S. Africa. Deep water. Large blue spots. A super shell! gem
44,2*
150*
265x erosa erosa f. similis Tanzania. Typical slender, less callused shells. Uncommon. gem
36-47
10
25
264 erosa f. fuscocincta Queensland. Expanded blotch. Was originally described for the Indian Ocean but occurs in all populations of erosa. gem
25,3*
45
errones (Linnaeus 1758) (Erronea)
266x errones Indonesia. gem
23-26
5
12
266xa errones Philippines. Dwarfs. gem
14-16
5
12
266xb errones Japan. interesting local form. gem
28-34
12
266xc errones Okinawa. White base. gem
15-21
12
267 errones f. azurea Broome. Rather large, exceptionally pale. gem
28,2*
90
267a errones f. azurea Broome. Distinctly banded. gem
25,7*
125
267b errones f. azurea Broome. Exceptional shell with a darker dorsal line. gem-
21,8*
220
267x errones f. azurea Broome. Hard to get these days. f+/f++
23-26
85
268x errones f. bimaculata India. Some from Sri Lanka also. Large greenish gem
24-30
5
12
269x errones f. coxi W. Australia. Dark blotched, green gem
18-25
5
12
269xa errones f. coxi Queensland. Typical gem
26-34
5
12
erythraeensis (Sowerby II 1837) (Bistolida)
270 erythraeensis Egypt. Large, densely blotched form. gem
26,1*
35
270a erythraeensis Egypt. Large, inflated. gem
27,0*
35
270b erythraeensis Egypt. Exceptional projecting spire. gem
20,1*
15
270x erythraeensis Egypt. Callused local form. f+/gem
18-21
15
270xa erythraeensis Saudi Arabia. Typical variations. gem
15-19
10
270xb erythraeensis Djibouti. Cute dwarfs. f++/gem
11-13
10
exmouthensis exmouthensis (Melvill 1888) (Cribrarula)
273 exmouthensis exmouthensis Exmouth area. Dark and calloused. Not found recently. gem
27,4*
625
exmouthensis magnifica Lorenz 2002 (Cribrarula)
274 exmouthensis magnifica Broome. Dark shell with numerous micro-scratches. f
34,0*
200
274a exmouthensis magnifica Broome. Nice gem
31,0*
450
274b exmouthensis magnifica Broome. Fresh dead with good gloss and complete pattern.
30,1*
250
274c exmouthensis magnifica Broome. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1987) No. 14 p. 10 fig. 2. Lovely gem
29,7*
1200
exusta (Sowerby II 1832) (Talparia)
276 exusta f. meridiana Dahlak Is. Rather evenly brown. gem
63,4*
75
fallax fallax (Smith 1881) (Cribrarula)
278 fallax fallax SW Australia. Slender lightweight classic form. Most likely beachcollected at Denmark, but no visible defects and high gloss. gem
30,0*
1200
felina fabula (Kiener 1844) (Melicerona)
279x felina fabula Oman. Rare large variant. Hard to get in good condition. f/f+
18-22
6
279xa felina fabula Arabia. Typical fat tiny specimens. Fresh f++/gem
12-15
8
15
felina felina (Gmelin 1791) (Melicerona)
280x felina felina Tanzania. Greenish, finely spotted. gem
16-20
5
12
fernandoi Cate 1969 (Erronea)
282 fernandoi Philippines. Small, calloused shell with pretty pattern. gem
18,7*
550
fimbriata fimbriata (Gmelin 1791) (Purpuradusta)
284 fimbriata fimbriata f. durbanensis Natal. Deep water. Large southern form. Rare and quite distinct. gem-
16,3*
25
284a fimbriata fimbriata f. durbanensis Natal. Deep water. Large southern form. Rare and quite distinct. gem-
15,8*
25
284x fimbriata fimbriata f. durbanensis Tanzania. Variable gem
14-16
5
12
285x fimbriata fimbriata f. quasigracilis Tanzania. A weird variation. f++/gem
13-16
25
fimbriata marmorata (Schršter 1804) (Purpuradusta)
287x fimbriata marmorata Kwajalein Atoll. Yellowish. gem
9-10
5
12
288x fimbriata marmorata f. unizonata Tahiti. Variable gem
9-11
5
12
fimbriata marquesana Lorenz 2002 (Purpuradusta)
289x fimbriata marquesana Marquesas Is. Large dark distinctive beauties. Live freshly taken, a set is recommended while this new stock lasts! f++/gem
9-12
5
12
fimbriata unifasciata (Mighels 1845) (Purpuradusta)
290x fimbriata unifasciata Hawaii. A good subspecies according to DNA studies. gem
10-12
10
25
francescoi Lorenz 2002 (Cribrarula)
291x francescoi Madagascar. Live taken f++/gem
13-16
8
20
friendii friendii (J. E. Gray 1831) (Zoila)
292 friendii friendii SW Australia. Classic large form. Several small chips self-healed, rostrate and really nice. f++
88,2*
30
292a friendii friendii SW Australia. Blue banded. Indentation in anterior, not a chip. gem
82,9*
45
friendii kostini Lorenz & Chiapponi 2007 (Zoila)
295 friendii kostini W. Australia. Small, inflated and heavy. Fine orange spotting, quite typical. gem
63,3*
1250
295a friendii kostini W. Australia. Immaculate form. Very fresh dead, presents well. f+
63,5*
600
295b friendii kostini W. Australia. Larger spots on bluish background. Very shallow line dorsally. gem-
66,8*
1400
295c friendii kostini W. Australia. Rostrate, slender variation with yellow base. Live taken with several healed blemishes. f+
69,9*
450
friendii thalamega Lorenz 2002 (Zoila)
296a friendii thalamega W Australia. Cream base. Attractive shell with somewhat twisted shape, growth line not affecting beauty, and healed chip in posterior. A good deal for this rare form. f+
81,3*
1200
friendii vercoi Schilder 1930 (Zoila)
298 friendii vercoi SW Australia. Young adult with nice transverse lines. f++
74,4*
30
298a friendii vercoi SW Australia. Esperance yetty form. From the 1970s. Several minor nacre flaws. Tips intact. f
68,4*
30
298c friendii vercoi SW Australia. Elongate shell with nice blue halo on left margin. gem
72,7*
75
fultoni amorimi Raybaudi 1990 (Barycypraea)
303 fultoni amorimi Mozambique. Heavily calloused, with triangular shape. Typical microstructure and minor flaws and cracks in the thick enamel. Base without drills, some inclusions of mud, tips intact. f++
70,2*
1650
304a fultoni amorimi f. massieri Mozambique. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1989) No. 23 p. 2 bottom row shell on right. Interesting pattern. Looks nicer than in picture.
66,5*
1700
304c fultoni amorimi f. massieri Mozambique. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1989) No. 23 p. 2 bottom row second from right and then again p. 4 as "holotype" of mozambicana. Very special shell. Typically granulose, great pattern
68,7*
2500
fultoni fultoni (Sowerby III 1903) (Barycypraea)
305a fultoni fultoni Kwa-Zulu Natal, S Africa. Small, dark specimen of the nominate form. Live taken gem-
55,3*
POR
fuscodentata fuscodentata (J. E. Gray 1825) (Cypraeovula)
306 fuscodentata fuscodentata South Africa. Jeffreysbay area. Live taken in the good old 90s. This ssp. has not been found in 10 or so years. gem-
30,9*
75
306x fuscodentata fuscodentata Jeffreysbay area. Fresh beach. The rare nominate form. Note strong, pointed teeth. f
29-36
15
35
fuscodentata grohorum Lorenz 2002 (Cypraeovula)
307 fuscodentata grohorum South Africa. False Bay area. Typical mottled form. Exceptionally nice specimen. gem
34,9*
307x fuscodentata grohorum South Africa. False Bay area. Typical mottled form. Usually a bit growthy. Population seems to have disappeared. Not found in recent years. f+/f++
32-36
65
175
fuscodentata sphaerica Lorenz 2002 (Cypraeovula)
308 fuscodentata sphaerica S. Africa. deep water. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1986) No. 9/10 p. 26 fig. 6(3). f++
33,5*
450
308x fuscodentata sphaerica S. Africa. deep water. Callused f+/gem
29-33
75
fuscomaculata (Pease 1865) (Bistolida)
309 fuscomaculata Fanning Is., Live taken gem
10,6*
225
fuscorubra fuscorubra (Shaw 1909) (Cypraeovula)
310 fuscorubra fuscorubra South Africa. Nice purple color. gem
31,9*
25
310a fuscorubra fuscorubra South Africa. Dense dark pattern. gem
30*
25
310b fuscorubra fuscorubra South Africa. Contrasting pair. gem
31-35*
40
310c fuscorubra fuscorubra South Africa. The ultimate set of 6. gem
30-36*
150
310d fuscorubra fuscorubra South Africa. f+. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1986) No. 7 p. 17 fig. 9 upper row 2nd from left.
33,5*
50
310e fuscorubra fuscorubra South Africa. f+. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1986) No. 7 p. 17 fig. 9 upper row 3rd from left.
33,7*
50
310x fuscorubra fuscorubra South Africa. Nice specimens. Select f+/gem
32-34
10
25
fuscorubra gondwanalandensis (Burgess 1970) (Cypraeovula)
311x fuscorubra gondwanalandensis South Africa. Rare. Distinctive, quite variable. f+/f++
23-27
60
150
gangranosa (Dillwyn 1817) (Naria)
312x gangranosa Thailand. Freshly collected. Very variable, I recommend a set. f++/gem
14-18
10
25
313x gangranosa f. annosa Mozambique. Large specimens from deeper water. Interesting southern form. f+/gem
22-25
20
314x gangranosa f. reentsii Thailand. Nice, hard to get these days. gem
15-17
20
gaskoinii (Reeve 1846) (Cribrarula)
316a gaskoinii Hawaii. Strange pattern. gem
19,0*
45
316x gaskoinii Hawaii. Bigger ones, callused and beautiful. gem
18-20
40
317x gaskoinii f. fischeri Hawaii. Typical smaller breed, these are said to be the males. gem
11-16
20
45
gaspardi Biraghi & Nicolay 1993 (Cribrarula)
318 gaspardi Kwajalein Atoll. Rare. Very rostrate, pellucid. gem
12,0*
110
geographica geographica Sch. & Sch. 1933 (Leporicypraea)
321 geographica geographica Thailand. Larger slender specimen of the nominate form. gem
55,2*
45
321x geographica geographica Andaman Sea. Dwarf shells, the nominate form. f+/gem
42-49
20
319 geographica geographica f. africola Tanzania. Large, inflated gem
76,6*
35
319a geographica geographica f. africola Reunion. Spectacular pattern. Heavy shell. Very rare from this area. gem
63,6*
50
319x geographica geographica f. africola Tanzania. Large stock of these. Variable, a set is recommended! f+/gem
>61
10
25
320a geographica geographica f. maresinica Malacca Strait. Ex coll. Gabrielli. Maltese cross pattern. gem
320x geographica geographica f. maresinica Malaysia. From shipwrecks at 30-50 m. Natural irregularities. Some have patches with rust inclusions. Not found any longer as the wrecks have been salvaged lately. f+/f++
53-67
30
geographica rewa (Stead. & Cotton 1943) (Leporicypraea)
322x geographica rewa Samoa. Very heavy. f+/f++
>58
80
323 geographica rewa f. rovae NW Australia. Inflated. Typical orange base and teeth. Two dimples on dorsum. f++
57,1*
175
globulus brevirostris Sch. & Sch. 1938 (Pustularia)
324a globulus brevirostris Mauritius. Dark dental staining only found in this form. Rare. gem
11,9*
25
324x globulus brevirostris Mauritius. Typical dark red Mascarene specimens. Note shorter extremities compared to E African ones. gem
11-13
20
325x globulus brevirostris f. deannae Mozambique. Orange gem
13-15
12
30
326a globulus brevirostris f. grisgris Mauritius. Variety from the south of the island: it closely resembles mauiensis. The rarest of the genus, never found live. Glossy beach. gem-
10,3*
375
globulus globulus (Linnaeus 1758) (Pustularia)
327 globulus globulus Thailand. Two darker blotches on dorsum. Listed here for the few experts in this group out there, as they will know what the deal is. Anterior chipped and re-grown. f
22,5*
20
327x globulus globulus Thailand. Typical gem
16-19
10
25
globulus sphaeridium Sch. & Sch. 1938 (Pustularia)
328x globulus sphaeridium Philippines. Super dark, beautiful. gem
16-21
8
20
328xa globulus sphaeridium Samoa. dark, smaller and more rostrate than the PI form. And even rarer. gem
14-16
45
goodallii (J. E. Gray 1832) (Bistolida)
329 goodallii Tuamotu. Dwarf local form. Live taken. f++
9,4*
35
329x goodallii Tahiti. Nice blotched gem
10-11
65
329xa goodallii Cook Is. Interesting variation. gem
11-12
110
329xb goodallii Tuamotu. Representative shiny dead taken dwarf local form. f+/f++
10-11
20
50
gracilis gracilis (Gaskoin 1849) (Purpuradusta)
330x gracilis gracilis Thailand. gem
13-15
5
12
330xa gracilis gracilis Philippines. Typical paler gem
12-15
5
12
331x gracilis gracilis f. japonica Japan. Dark, very hard to get, gem
13-15
12
30
gracilis hilda (Iredale 1939) (Purpuradusta)
332 gracilis hilda W. Australia. Large dorsal blotch. gem
16,8*
332x gracilis hilda W. Australia. Distinctive subspecies with reduced terminal blotches and blunt extremities. gem
>17
5
12
gracilis macula (Angas 1867) (Purpuradusta)
333x gracilis macula Queensland. Blotched. f+/gem
15-18
5
12
gracilis notata (Gill 1858) (Purpuradusta)
334x gracilis notata Saudi Arabia. Variable, dark ended. f++/gem
12-15
5
12
335 gracilis notata f. cholmondeleyi Somalia. Typical pale color and flat, expanded base. Labral side malleated. Seldom available. gem
22,2*
225
granulata (Pease 1862) (Nucleolaria)
337 granulata granulata Hawaii. Nice large gem
31,8*
40
337x granulata granulata Hawaii. Medium sized specimens. gem
23-27
25
grayana Schilder 1930 (Mauritia)
339 grayana Oman. Dark rusty red. Bargain. f++
58,6*
20
339x grayana Yemen. Interesting dwarf breed. gem
26-36
5
12
339xa grayana Egypt. Larger f++/gem
59-62
15
guttata azumai (Schilder 1960) (Perisserosa)
340 guttata azumai Taiwan. Typical specimen lacking the labral blotch. gem
52,4*
45
340x guttata azumai Taiwan. Typical specimens with the minor flaws they usually have. f++
43-49
20
guttata guttata (Gmelin 1791) (Perisserosa)
341a guttata guttata Philippines. Small dense spots. Rostrate. Giant gem
68,3*
75
341b guttata guttata Philippines. Small, rostrate local form. Large dense spots. gem
54,1*
65
341x guttata guttata Philippines. Good size and pattern. Variable. gem
55-65
45
120
343 guttata guttata f. bicallosa Philippines. Typical shell with produced marginal callus. gem
53,5*
90
guttata surinensis (Raybaudi 1978) (Perisserosa)
344 guttata surinensis Thailand. Large, slender. gem
57,6*
65
344x guttata surinensis Thailand. Typical medium sized shells. f+/gem-
44-54
35
90
hammondae dampierensis Sch. & Sch. 1965 (Purpuradusta)
345x hammondae dampierensis W. Australia. Dark spotted. gem
12-14
12
hammondae hammondae (Iredale 1939) (Purpuradusta)
346x hammondae hammondae Queensland. The rarest (and least pretty) of the subspecies. gem
14-15
45
hammondae raysummersi Schilder 1960 (Purpuradusta)
347x hammondae raysummersi Philippines. Variable. f+/gem
11-14
5
12
helvola bellatrix (Lorenz 2009) (Naria)
348 helvola bellatrix Marquesas. Lovely dorsal spotting and shades pf pink and purple along the marginal callus. gem
23,3*
45
348x helvola bellatrix Marquesas. Typical average sized specimens. gem
18-21
15
40
helvola hawaiiensis (Melvill 1888) (Naria)
349x helvola hawaiiensis Hawaii. Very variable. A set is a must... gem
14-25
5
12
helvola helvola (Linnaeus 1758) (Naria)
350x helvola helvola Philippines. Typical brownish form. gem
16-21
5
12
350xa helvola helvola Kwajalein Atoll. gem
14-18
5
12
351x helvola helvola f. argella Tanzania. Fat giant gem
>23
5
12
353x helvola helvola f. citrinicolor W. Australia. A local form. gem
19-22
5
12
353xa helvola helvola f. citrinicolor W. Australia. Set of more than 100 fresh dead shells, full pattern most with some gloss. For study, exact provenance. f/f+
21-27*
15
355 helvola helvola f. meridionalis Natal, S. Africa. Deep water. Interesting variation. gem
22,2*
15
355a helvola helvola f. meridionalis Natal, S. Africa. Deep water. Interesting variation. Sparse spotting. gem
24,7*
15
355b helvola helvola f. meridionalis Natal, S. Africa. Deep water. Interesting variation. Sparse spotting. gem
23,1*
15
355c helvola helvola f. meridionalis Natal, S. Africa. Deep water. Interesting variation. Small, depressed. gem
17,3*
45
355x helvola helvola f. meridionalis South Africa. Dredged from 100 m. gem
16-22
10
25
hesitata beddomei Schilder 1930 (Umbilia)
356x hesitata beddomei New South Wales. Uncommon small form. f/f+
66-78
30
80
hesitata hesitata (Iredale 1916) (Umbilia)
357x hesitata hesitata Bass Strait. Selected specimens. f++/gem
>82
18
40
358 hesitata hesitata f. howelli Bass Strait. Typical specimen with a growth anomaly along the side. f
96,1*
45
358x hesitata hesitata f. howelli Tasmania. Plain white. Very rare these days, f++
95-98
130
hesperina Sch. & Sch. 1963 (Eclogavena)
360x hesperina Solomons. Large, freckled form. f++/gem
21-24
18
360xa hesperina New Guinea. Coarsely spotted variation. Good stock. f++/gem
15-19
18
40
hirasei (Roberts 1913) (Austrasiatica)
362 hirasei Taiwan. Dwarf form. gem- (natural mud enclosure on side). A very well-known shell, illustrated multiple times in The Connoisseur of Seashells: No. 1 p. 19 fig. 53; in No. 6 p. 24 fig. 210; in No. 9/10 p. 51 fig. 1; and in No. 14 p. 43 fig. 260
32,3*
1200
362x hirasei China. Typical shells, variable pattern. f+/f++
41-52
75
364 hirasei f. philippina Philippines. Faintly spotted, angular margins. Small paler stain at posterior of dorsum, otherwise top. gem-
hirundo francisca Sch. & Sch. 1938 (Bistolida)
366 hirundo francisca Seychelles. Unblotched gem-
13,6*
95
hirundo hirundo (Linnaeus 1758) (Bistolida)
368 hirundo hirundo Maldives. Large gem
17,3*
35
368x hirundo hirundo Maldives. From back in the days. f++/gem
12-15
20
hirundo neglecta (Sowerby I 1837) (Bistolida)
370x hirundo neglecta Philippines. Typical greenish. f++/gem
15-19
5
12
hirundo rouxi (Ancey 1882) (Bistolida)
371x hirundo rouxi Queensland. Nice variable. Often unblotched. f+/gem
13-17
10
25
373 hirundo rouxi f. korolevu W. Samoa. Characteristic smaller and more rostrate form. Growth line on side, not affecting overall impression. f+
13,3*
30
histrio (Gmelin 1791) (Mauritia)
374 histrio Natal, South Africa. Dredged from deeper water. Rare from this area. gem
64,2*
25
374a histrio Natal, South Africa. Dredged from deeper water. Produced extremities and mindboggling ocellated pattern. Some hairlines along side. gem-
72,0*
200
374x histrio Tanzania. Beautiful, variable. I highly recommend a set! f+/gem
45-66
5
10
375 histrio f. elongata Southern Tanzania. Distinctive variation (named by Raybaudi) with a wider aperture, fine teeth, elongate shape and bluish dorsum with finely reticulate pattern. Small f++
51,2*
35
376 histrio f. westralis NW Australia. Heavy, with spectacular pattern. gem-
68,2+
25
376a histrio f. westralis NW Australia. Smaller, very heavy. gem
61,2*
25
humphreyii (J. E. Gray 1825) (Palmadusta)
377x humphreyii Solomons. Variable pattern. Small form. f+/gem
11-14
8
20
hungerfordi coucomi (Schilder 1964) (Paradusta)
379 hungerfordi coucomi Queensland. Heavy-shelled southern form. f+
40,9*
315
379a hungerfordi coucomi Queensland. Lightweight Swains reef form. Very fresh dead, good gloss and pattern. f+
42,5*
220
hungerfordi hungerfordi (Sowerby III 1888) (Paradusta)
380 hungerfordi hungerfordi Taiwan. Slender pyriform shell with sparse pattern and no darker marginal spotting. Marginal callus not developed, yet fully mature. gem
38,3*
45
380x hungerfordi hungerfordi E China. Variable. f++/gem
30-40
8
20
immelmani Liltved 2001 (Cypraeovula)
381 immelmani Transkei. Better than average dead shell. gd
381x immelmani Transkei. Dead shells retaining the species-characteristics. Bargain! gd
18-21
20
50
interrupta (J. E. Gray 1824) (Blasicrura)
382x interrupta Sri Lanka. Becoming scarce. f++/gem
22-30
20
irrorata (J. E. Gray 1828) (Naria)
383x irrorata Tahiti. Pretty dark spotted shells. gem
9-11
15
383xa irrorata Tuamotu. Fresh dead, fully glossy. f++/gem
8-10
10
isabella (Linnaeus 1758) (Luria)
384x isabella Tahiti. Typical small specimens of the Tahiti-variation. f++/gem
12-15
5
12
384xa isabella Tanzania. Fresh bluish grey gem
26-38
5
12
385a isabella S Natal, S Africa. Deep water. Dark, with black ends. rare from this locality. gem-
33,5*
15
385x isabella controversa Hawaii. Black ends. Attractive. f+/gem
24-32
8
20
387x isabella f. erythraea Egypt. Calloused variant from the Red Sea. gem
20-30
10
389x isabella f. gilvella Indonesia. Only a few. f+/gem
14-21
25
isabellamexicana (Stearns 1893) (Luria)
390x isabellamexicana Mexico. Typical specimens with nice colors. f+/f++
23-26
45
390xa isabellamexicana Mexico. Larger shells. Only available from old stocks these days. f+/f++
>27
60
390xb isabellamexicana Panama. Slender pale form, reduced or whitish dorsal streaks. f+/gem
22-29
20
50
iutsui Shikama 1974 (Cypraeovula)
391 iutsui S Africa. Lovely spotted lightweight gem
26,3*
2400
391a iutsui S Africa. Vividly spotted. Several irregularities not really affecting the overall impression, but discernible when looked at closely. f+
26,4*
1100
391b iutsui S Africa. Large inflated form. Not found in 30 years. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1987) No. 14 backcover
29,2*
5800
jeaniana aurata Raybaudi 1979 (Zoila)
392 jeaniana aurata W. Australia. Medium sized beauty. gem
77,3*
1350
jeaniana jeaniana (Cate 1968) (Zoila)
393 jeaniana jeaniana W. Australia. Dead with ok pattern. gd
71,7*
90
393a jeaniana jeaniana W. Australia. Melanistic beauty. gem
76,2*
1850
393b jeaniana jeaniana W. Australia. Lovely dark spotted. gem
77,2*
1850
jeaniana sherylae Raybaudi 1990 (Zoila)
396 jeaniana sherylae NW Australia. Fresh dark beauty of a recently discovered population. Solid basal callus. gem
72,4*
425
396a jeaniana sherylae NW Australia. From old days. F+
68,3*
60
396b jeaniana sherylae NW Australia. Fresh dark beauty of a recently discovered population. Solid basal callus. gem-
68,3*
350
396e jeaniana sherylae NW Australia. Nice gem shell, stickers with Raybaudi's handwriting. Illustrated in The Connoisseur of Seashells (1990) No. 24 inner front cover fig. 3
73,2*
800
katsuae katsuae (Kuroda 1960) (Palmulacypraea)
399 katsuae katsuae Philippines. Typical gem
15,3*
950
ketyana bataviensis Lorenz & Morrison 2001 (Zoila)
400 ketyana bataviensis Abrolhos Is. Beautifully mottled, slender nominate form. Dark spotted base. Flawless. gem
51,4*
POR
ketyana ketyana (Raybaudi 1978) (Zoila)
402 ketyana ketyana W Australia. Offshore Dorre Is. Tiny irregularity in anterior canal, not really objectable. gem-
45,5*
1450
402a ketyana ketyana W Australia. Offshore Dorre Is. Dorsum a but malleated. Finely spotted. gem-
48,8*
1575
403 ketyana ketyana f. hypermarginata Bernier Is. Broad shell with rather dark base. Dorsum very slightly irregular, tips ok. gem-
51,5*
1850
kieneri depriesteri (Schilder 1933) (Bistolida)
406x kieneri depriesteri Philippines. Western variation. Densely spotted, dark green. f++/gem
12-16
5
12
kieneri kieneri (Hidalgo 1906) (Bistolida)
407x kieneri kieneri Tanzania. Typical greenish or bluish, I recommend a set. f++/gem
14-17
5
12
kieneri schneideri Sch. & Sch. 1938 (Bistolida)
409x kieneri schneideri Solomons. Typical local callused and paler form. f+/gem
10-12
8
20
kuroharai (Kuroda & Habe 1961) (Lyncina)
410 kuroharai China. Good-looking specimen without growth lines. Paler dot on dorsum and a few attempted drills. Much nicer than average. f++
45,2*
275
410a kuroharai China. Inflated and dark. Tiny irregularity on dorsum. f++
42,2*
320
labrolineata (Gaskoin 1849) (Naria)
411x labrolineata Philippines. Typical greenish. gem
14-18
5
12
411xa labrolineata Kwajalein Atoll. somewhat rostrate variation. gem
14-16
12
412x labrolineata f. helenae Solomons. Melanesian variety. gem
13-15
12
413x labrolineata f. melanica Philippines. Dark brown beauties. New form from deeper water. gem, a couple
17-20
5
12
414 labrolineata f. nashi Sydney area. New South Wales. From old collection. Rare local form, very large. gem
25,3*
25
414x labrolineata f. nashi S. Queensland. Large local variation. gem
17-22
15
lamarckii (J. E. Gray 1825) (Naria)
415 lamarckii Tanzania. Nice subfossil, interesting pattern. gem
35,1*
35
415a lamarckii Tanzania. Large beauty, fascinating dorsal line and exploding spots. gem
47,8*
50
415x lamarckii Tanzania. Carefully selected for quality and beauty. gem
34-41
5
12
416x lamarckii f. aquilonia Thailand. The slender form. Uncommon. f++/gem
33-37
8
20
416 lamarckii f. aquilonia var. India, deep water. Very rare pale, depressed variation, note long teeth (see Vol. 2 pl. 43: 16), outstanding quality. gem
45,3*
225
417 lamarckii f. fainzilberi Tanzania. The real ting. Dealers advertise all sorts of variations under this name, but it is defined to have brown dental interstices as in this shell. Very rare, no found recently. gem
29,6
90
418 lamarckii f. redimita Phuket, Thailand. Selected, strongly calloused. gem
28,7*
20
418a lamarckii f. redimita Phuket, Thailand. Nice spotting, strongly calloused. gem
28,2*
30
418b lamarckii f. redimita Phuket, Thailand. Incredible callus. gem
30,5*
65
418x lamarckii f. redimita Thailand. Callused and depressed form. f+/gem
25-28
20
50
419x lamarckii f. sharoni Zanzibar. Distinctive greenish form. These are quite rare. f+/f++
37-48
10
20
langfordi cavatoensis Lorenz 2002 (Austrasiatica)
420 langfordi cavatoensis New Caledonia. Dead representative. Could be restored further. Fair
48,1*
40
langfordi poppeorum Lorenz & Chiapponi 2017 (Austrasiatica)
424 langfordi poppeorum Philippines. Typical pale depressed form. gem
54,3*
250
lentiginosa lentiginosa (J. E. Gray 1825) (Palmadusta)
428x lentiginosa lentiginosa India. Lovely variable gem
23-32
12
30
leucodon leucodon (Broderip 1828) (Callistocypraea)
429 leucodon leucodon Philippines. Broad dorsal line. Nice quality - no scars, no staining. gem
77,4
950
leviathan bouteti (Burg. & Arnette 1981) (Lyncina)
432 leviathan bouteti Tahiti. Typical, gem-
48,5*
40
432x leviathan bouteti Tuamotu. Heavy shelled. f+/f++
46-50
30
leviathan leviathan Sch. & Sch. 1937 (Lyncina)
433 leviathan leviathan Hawaii. Heavy, calloused gem
60,4*
35
433x leviathan leviathan Hawaii. Rare these days. Very heavy. f+/f++
59-80
25
leviathan titan Sch. & Sch. 1962 (Lyncina)
434 leviathan titan East Africa. Typical specimen. Faint tubercles on both sides. gem
58,8*
15
434a leviathan titan Natal, S Africa. Deep water. Rare local variation. Nicest specimen I have seen of this form. gem-
68,0*
35
434x leviathan titan East Africa. Typical specimens, better than average. Only a few. f+/f++
48-58
12
limacina interstincta (Wood 1828) (Staphylaea)
436 limacina interstincta Zanzibar. Freak with peculiar marginal protuberance. f++
23,8*
15
436x limacina interstincta Zanzibar island. Greenish smooth shelled beauties. f++/gem
17-26
5
12
437 limacina interstincta f. clarissa S Tanzania. Note fine white frame along dorsal sulcus. Calloused variation. gem
26,9*
45
437a limacina interstincta f. clarissa S Africa. Typical large shell. gem
29,0*
80
440 limacina interstincta f. staphylaeaformis Kenya. Deep dorsal sulcus, produced tubercles. gem
18,0*
25
limacina limacina (Lamarck 1810) (Staphylaea)
439x limacina limacina f. facifer Queensland. Solid, heavy shells. gem
21-28
8
20
lisetae maricola (Cate 1976) (Nesiocypraea)
442 lisetae maricola Philippines. Much better than average dead. gd
13,5*
120
442x lisetae maricola Philippines. Reasonable dead shells. gd
12-14
60
listeri listeri (J. E. Gray 1824) (Melicerona)
443x listeri listeri Philippines. Greenish, narrow. gem
16-19
5
12
443xa listeri listeri Mauritius. Indian Ocean form. Uncommon. f++/gem
16-19
8
20
443xb listeri listeri Vanuatu. Dark. f++/gem
16-19
5
12
listeri melvilli (Hidalgo 1906) (Melicerona)
444x listeri melvilli New South Wales. Distinctive Australian variation. f++/gem
16-20
10
luchuana (Kuroda 1960) (Eclogavena)
445x luchuana Okinawa. A very boring species. gem
>17
25
lurida oceanica Schilder 1930 (Luria)
448 lurida oceanica Ascension Is. Typical growth line on left side. f+
32,2*
125
lurida pulchroides Alvarado & Alvarez 1964 (Luria)
449x lurida pulchroides Senegal. Several. Never gem. These have natural irregularities. f/f+
>30
10
20
lutea lutea (Gmelin 1791) (Palmadusta)
452x lutea lutea Philippines. An all-time favorite. gem
17-19
5
12
452xa lutea lutea Philippines. Smaller, brownish, densely spotted shells. gem
13-15
5
12
453x lutea lutea f. bizonata W. Australia. Uncommon. Large tan colored shells. Always with natural lines. f+/f++
17-20
15
lynx (Linnaeus 1758) (Lyncina)
454x lynx Zanzibar. Typical specimens. Variable. gem
33-41
5
12
454xa lynx Mauritius. Brownish/reddish shells. f+/gem
38-46
5
12
454xb lynx Seychelles. Elongate. only a few f+/gem
33-38
5
12
454xc lynx Western Samoa. Slender and heavy. gem
38-44
10
25
454xd lynx Solomons. Heavy, bluish shells. f++/gem
34-45
5
12
454xe lynx Vanuatu. Selected, very variable. f+/gem
28-63
5
12
454xf lynx Palawan. Degenerate dwarfs. f+/gem
21-26
15
455x lynx f. michaelis Tahiti. Bluish, callused gem
32-37
10
25
457 lynx f. williamsi Eritrea. Impossible to get in recnt years. A variation restricted to the Red Sea. Characteristic brown shell. f++
37,9*
120
457a lynx f. williamsi Eritrea. Impossible to get in recnt years. A variation restricted to the Red Sea. Characteristic brown shell. f++
37,1*
120
macandrewi (Sowerby II 1870) (Naria)
458 macandrewi Egypt. Inflated orange shell from deeper water. gem
15,1*
185
458a macandrewi Eilat. From deeper water. Delicate spiny extremities, sparse pattern. gem
18,1*
120
458x macandrewi Egypt. OK condition, dead representative. f
13-16
20
50
maculifera andreae Erdmann & Lo.. 2017 (Mauritia)
460 maculifera andreae Palawan. Rare, hardly ever in good condition.
62,4*
75
maculifera maculifera Schilder 1932 (Mauritia)
461 maculifera maculifera Hawaii. Large, with dark margins and base. gem
70,5*
30
461x maculifera maculifera Hawaii. Typical specimens of the nominate population. gem
54-64
15
35
maculifera martybealsi Lorenz 2002 (Mauritia)
462x maculifera martybealsi Marquesas. Only a few of these. More humped, callused depressed. f++/gem
37-53
25
463 maculifera martybealsi f. derkai Marquesas. Dwarf form from shallow lagoon waters. gem-
31,0*
120
463a maculifera martybealsi f. derkai Marquesas. Dwarf form from shallow lagoon waters. gem-
32,8*
120
maculifera scindata Lorenz 2002 (Mauritia)
464 maculifera scindata Cook Is. Large calloused local form. Basal blotch only indicated. gem
56,0*
25
464a maculifera scindata New Caledonia. Very rare from this locality. Amazing dwarf shell lacking the basal blotch. unique. Anterior a bit rough. f++
35,6*
75
464x maculifera scindata Tahiti. Dark selected f+/gem
35-47
15
460a maculifera ssp.? Rowley Shoals, NW Australia. Unique shell, difficult to safely assign. f++
40,2*
500
mappa admirabilis Lorenz 2002 (Leporicypraea)
465 mappa admirabilis Tuamotu. Heavy, characteristic shell. gem
73,4
650
mappa mappa (Linnaeus 1758) (Leporicypraea)
467 mappa mappa Philippines. Large, inflated. gem-
89,5*
15
467x mappa mappa Philippines. Selected for quality and beauty. f++/gem
60-87
10
25
468 mappa mappa f. panerythra Philippines. Saturate red with grey overcast. Very nice. gem-
77,5*
45
468a mappa mappa f. panerythra Philippines. Large inflated, exceptional quality. Ex Raybaudi collection, with a sticker and his handwriting. gem
83,9*
45
468x mappa mappa f. panerythra Philippines. Reddish colored variation. Selected shells with very minor natural irregularities, as usually found in this form. f+/f++
62-79
18
mappa viridis (Kenyon 1902) (Leporicypraea)
469 mappa viridis Rabaul, New Guinea, Collected in the 1960s. Unique shell with white callousities and wide dorsal windor. Contrasting pattern. f+
81,8*
420
469a mappa viridis New Ireland. Fantastic specimen with twisted dorsal line and large lacunae. The rarest form. gem
74,1*
270
471 mappa viridis f. eluceta Kwajalein Atoll. Rostrated variation. Hardly available now. Ex coll. Gabrielli. gem
70,4*
250
471a mappa viridis f. eluceta Kwajalein Atoll. Prominent extremities, spotted dorsum. gem
64,4*
140
471x mappa viridis f. eluceta Kwajalein Atoll. Typical shells with broad white base and distinct pattern. gem
53-71
90
472 mappa viridis f. guamensis Guam. Dwarf local form (under 50 mm!). Not found recently. gem
45,3*
175
472a mappa viridis f. guamensis Guam. Dwarf local form (under 50 mm!). Not found recently. gem
48,1*
90
472x mappa viridis f. guamensis Guam. Larger specimens of this local variation. gem
51-70
60
474 mappa viridis f. montrouzieri New Caledonia. Dark red. gem-
68,0*
300
474x mappa viridis f. montrouzieri New Caledonia. Slender, brownish base. f+/gem
54-63
60
marerubra Lorenz 2009 (Pustularia)
475a marerubra Northern Red Sea. Amazing pattern. Fresh dead as usual, but glossy nd nice. f++
12,0*
65
475x marerubra Northern Red Sea. Nice dead taken, glossy, tips intact. f+
12-14
40
100
margarita (Dillwyn 1817) (Pustularia)
476x margarita Kwajalein Atoll. An all-time favorite. gem
11-15
10
476xa margarita Philippines. Interesting rostrate and semi-transparent variation. gem
14-16
25
477 margarita f. africana Mauritius. Humped, with brown pattern. Exceptional quality. gem
14,4*
35
477a margarita f. africana Mauritius. Large, with brown pattern. gem
15,1*
45
marginalis (Dillwyn 1827) (Naria)
478 marginalis Kenya. Beautiful specimen of the purple form. gem
28,3*
45
478x marginalis Somalia. Smaller, squat ones. f+/gem
22-25
15
479 marginalis f. melocellata Zanzibar Is., deep water. Exceptional quality. gem
27,8*
35
479x marginalis f. melocellata Somalia. Typical orange spotted shells of the deep water form. gem
19-25
15
marginata marginata (Gaskoin 1849) (Zoila)
483 marginata marginata Rottnest Is., SW Australia. Typical form. Healed microchip. f++
50,8*
120
483a marginata marginata Rottnest Is., SW Australia. Typical form. gem
57,8*
120
483b marginata marginata Rottnest Is., SW Australia. Typical form. gem
52,4*
160
484 marginata marginata f. consueta Garden Is., SW Australia. Superb dark pattern. Margins tuberculate. gem
60,2*
600
484a marginata marginata f. consueta Garden Is., SW Australia. Contrasting pattern and margins. Fantastic shell. gem
61,6*
600
484b marginata marginata f. consueta Garden Is., SW Australia. Pattern forming stripes. Dorsal surface a bit irregular, still graded gem-
59,9*
400
484c marginata marginata f. consueta Garden Is., SW Australia. Healed chip at posterior. Still a lovely shell. f++
54,8*
175
484d marginata marginata f. consueta Garden Is., SW Australia. Large and dark. Several minor chips. f++
60,9*
70
484e marginata marginata f. consueta Garden Is., SW Australia. Very pretty. Healed chip at anterior. f++
57,9*
120
484f marginata marginata f. consueta Garden Is., SW Australia. Set of 3 different f++
54-57*
300
484g marginata marginata f. consueta Garden Is., SW Australia. Set of 3 different f++
57-59*
400
484x marginata marginata f. consueta SW Australia. Nice shells with minor flaws. f++
48-62
50
130
mariae (Schilder 1927) (Annepona)
485d mariae Tuamotu. Delightful shell with doubled rings. gem
11,5*
80
485e mariae Tuamotu. Typical smaller local form. gem
10,3*
80
485f mariae Philippines. Exceptional sparse pattern. Very rare. Fresh dead
11,7*
320
485x mariae Kwajalein Atoll. Live taken jewels. gem
11-13
50
130
485xa mariae Mururoa. Dwarf variety. Very fresh dead, full pattern and gloss. f+
9-11
25
martini (Schepman 1907) (Ransoniella)
488x martini New Ireland. Interesting variation from a remote place. Only a few, fresh dead (not found alive so far)
14-15
10
488xa martini Philippines. Coarse extremities. New low price. f+/gem
13-15
15
40
489x martini f. hyalina Kwajalein Atoll. Translucent: you can read the disclaimer of an insurance-contract through these! gem
12-14
25
60
490 martini f. superstes New Caledonia. Typical specimen of this eastern variation. Large, inflated. gem
17,4*
75
490a martini f. superstes New Caledonia. Large, elegant slender. gem
17,9*
75
490c martini f. superstes New Caledonia. Smaller shell with dense spotting which might apply as beginning melanism. gem
17,9*
75
mauiensis mauiensis (Burgess 1967) (Pustularia)
491x mauiensis mauiensis Hawaii. Yellow colored. gem
10-12
75
mauiensis wattsi Lorenz 2000 (Pustularia)
492x mauiensis wattsi Hawaii. Brown dotted. More globular. gem
11-12
125
mauritiana (Linnaeus 1758) (Mauritia)
493 mauritiana Tanzania. Exceptionally nice flawless gem
94,5*
35
493x mauritiana Tanzania. Typical heavy shells with very slight natural defects not affecting beauty. f+/f++
80-90
10
493xa mauritiana Mauritius. Cute dwarf population. f+/gem
48-62
10
25
melanesiae Schilder 1937 (Erronea)
495 melanesiae New Guinea. Heavy and dark gem
33,4*
145
495a melanesiae New Guinea. Large. f++
37,3*
75
495b melanesiae New Guinea. Very heavy. Very slight line on side, still graded gem-
35,1*
145
495x melanesiae New Guinea. Slight seconds, representative. f+/f++
32-38
50
melwardi (Iredale 1930) (Cribrarula)
496x melwardi Queensland. Albinistic. gem
20-22
120
496xa melwardi Queensland. Specimens with pale dorsal pattern. f+/gem
19-24
80
microdon chrysalis (Kiener 1844) (Purpuradusta)
497a microdon chrysalis Mauritius. Giant local form. The rarest. gem
12,1*
65
497x microdon chrysalis Northern Egypt. Densely spotted, broad and calloused. Remarkably different from the nominate Pacific subspecies. gem
9-11
35
microdon microdon (J. E. Gray 1828) (Purpuradusta)
498x microdon microdon Kwajalein Atoll. Nice little grains. gem
8-9
5
12
498xa microdon microdon Philippines. Inflated shells. f+/gem
10-11
5
12
mikeharti Lorenz 1985 (Cypraeovula)
502x mikeharti False Bay. Purple, with brown spotting. This species has always fine lines, not actually flaws. f+/f++
18-20
75
miliaris (Gmelin 1791) (Naria)
503x miliaris Philippines. Selected gem
>37
5
12
503xa miliaris Philippines. Small depressed and calloused form. gem
26-32
10
504x miliaris f. magistra China. Heavy shells with long teeth and faint marginal spots. A remarkable population. Now identified as the true magistra. f++/gem
40-44
5
12
minoridens julianjosephi Lorenz 2017 (Purpuradusta)
506 minoridens julianjosephi Thailand. Very large. Distinctive subspecies, rarely available live collected. gem
13,7*
450
minoridens minoridens (Melvill 1901) (Purpuradusta)
507x minoridens minoridens Philippines. Relatively big. gem
10-11
8
508x minoridens minoridens f. blandita Solomons. Less distinctly banded form. gem
9-10
8
508xa minoridens minoridens f. blandita Samoa. Dark spotted, pink. Only a few. gem
8-9
12
moneta (Linnaeus 1758) (Monetaria)
509x moneta Laccadives. Flat, rather knobby. gem
21-25
5
12
509xa moneta Tonga. Callused, large. gem
24-31
5
12
509xb moneta Samoa. Smaller, knobby shells, yellowish. gem
18-21
5
12
510 moneta f. icterina Tanzania. Giant yellow form. Fine longitudinal lines. Fascinating shell. gem
38,2*
50
510a moneta f. icterina Tanzania. Giant specimen with distinct orange ring. gem
38,6*
30
510x moneta f. icterina Tanzania. Giant yellow form. Selected large specimens. f++/gem
34-38
15
35
510y moneta f. icterina Tanzania. Selected large specimens. f++/gem
>38
10
25
511x moneta f. tuberculosa Tahiti. Very knobby dwarf ones. gem
26-30
5
12
512x moneta f. venefica Tuamotu. White top, orange base. Callused. f++/gem
18-22
5
512xa moneta f. venefica Albatross Is. Indian Ocean. Interesting local form with bluish dorsum and yellow base, resembling shells from Tuamotu. f++/gem
21-28
10
mus bicornis (Sowerby II 1870) (Muracypraea)
513 mus bicornis Venezuela. Dark, with white tubercle. gem
52,2*
35
517a mus bicornis Venezuela. Fully adult, but nearly without secondary dorsal pattern. gem
38,7*
35
514 mus bicornis f. donmoorei Colombia. Heavy, classic form. Large. gem
60,2*
45
514a mus bicornis f. donmoorei Colombia. Heavy, classic form. Large and heavy. Micro includions in nacre. f++
63,0*
50
514b mus bicornis f. donmoorei Colombia. Dwarf form with strong tubercles. Rare. gem
39,9*
75
514x mus bicornis f. donmoorei Colombia. callused and heavy. SPECIAL LOW PRICE! Shells with minor problems. f+
46-53
10
25
518 mus bicornis f. tristensis Venezuela. Variation without anterior flanges. Beautiful blue dots. gem
47,1*
40
518a mus bicornis f. tristensis Venezuela. Young adult. gem
49,9*
20
518b mus bicornis f. tristensis Venezuela. Typical colour and shape. gem
51,1*
45
518c mus bicornis f. tristensis Venezuela. Lovely distinct spotting. gem
51,1*
45
518d mus bicornis f. tristensis Venezuela. Young adult with attractive primary zig-zag banding. gem
58,6*
35
mus mus (Linnaeus 1758) (Muracypraea)
517 mus mus Venezuela. Nice dorsal line. gem
43,0*
20
517x mus mus Venezuela. Typical f+/gem
36-41
15
40
517xa mus mus Venezuela. Typical f+/f++
38-45
10
25


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