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Image Item title Actual bid
Mauritia maculifera maculifera (Schilder 1932). (100 Views)

67.3 mm, F++/Gem. Hawaii. Dark and nice! The nominate subspecies from Hawaii.

20 USD0 bids
Notocypraea declivis dennyorum Lorenz & Morrison 2013. (140 Views)

22.2 mm, Fresh dead. Tasmania. Fresh dead collected, great color and gloss. Recently described subspecies, smaller and darker than the nominate.

75 USD0 bids
Talostolida pellucens panamensis (Lorenz 2002). (106 Views)

27.8 mm, Gem-. Dark and nice! Note the wide aperture.

25 USD0 bids
Staphylaea semiplota (Mighels 1845). (100 Views)

16.8 mm, Gem. Hawaii. Big, mature, and beautiful specimen of this endemic species.

80 USD0 bids
Naria macandrewi f. eguttata Raybaudi 1979. (114 Views)

14.9 mm, Dead. Egypt. Variety with reduced white spotting. This specimen is a young shell and has been polished, which may also explain the color variation. Necessary for the study collection.

55 USD0 bids
Zoila jeaniana sherylae Raybaudi 1990. (85 Views)

57.5 mm, F+/Gem. Western Australia. Attractive dark dwarf. A few minor sand grains in dorsum is the only thing keeping this from being a full Gem. Perfect terminals, very pretty.

320 USD0 bids
Barycypraea teulerei (Cazenavette 1846). (86 Views)

36.4-45.9 mm, F+/Gem. Oman. Super set includes a beautiful dark specimen from the new population and a fabulous dwarf from the old days.

75 USD0 bids
Chelycypraea testudinaria (Linnaeus 1758). (57 Views)

74.5-126.0 mm, Gem-. Philippines. SIZE! Extremely heavy and callused dwarf along with a large specimen demonstrating the extreme size variation within this species. Great quality and nice color patterns.

85 USD0 bids
Bistolida stolida kwajaleinensis (Martin & Senders 1983). (153 Views)

27.4 mm, Gem. Kwajalein Atoll. Giant specimen! Rare in this size and almost impossible to get these days. Great quality and color pattern!

255 USD0 bids
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