Haliotidae

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Haliotis quekettii - Smith, 1910
South Africa.Natal. South Coast. Dived. August 2017.
F+  /  35mm
#29740
small chips in edge. Very nice pattern.
20.00 EUR
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Haliotis quekettii - Smith, 1910
South Africa.Natal. South Coast. Dived. August 2017.
F+  /  37mm
#30802
some sponge attacks.
15.00 EUR
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Haliotis roei - Gray, 1827
Australia. WA. NW of Augusta. Near Jewel cave. Leeuwin National park. November 1989.
F+  /  58mm
#20019
Proto imperfect. Could be further cleaned.
6.00 EUR
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Haliotis ruber - (Leach, 1814)
China. East China Sea. Zheijang province. From breeding ground. June 2012.
F  /  159mm
#28028
Some barnacle imprints. Central part of edged imperfect. From abalone farm for human consumption.
12.00 EUR
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Haliotis ruber - (Leach, 1814)
China. East China Sea. Zheijang province. From breeding ground. June 2012.
F+  /  157mm
#26346
A Tasmanian native, now bred for human consumption in the East China Sea.
12.00 EUR
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Haliotis ruber - (Leach, 1814)
China. East China Sea. Zheijang province. From breeding ground. June 2012.
F+  /  161mm
#26347
dorsum uncleaned. Originally a Tasman species, but now bred for human consumption in the East China Sea.
12.00 EUR
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Haliotis ruber - Leach, 1814
Australia. Tasmania. Stanley. August 1979.
F+  /  115mm
#15491
uncleaned. From Tasmania.
8.00 EUR
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Haliotis rubra conicopora - Peron, 1816
Australia. Victoria. Mallacoota. September 1991.
F/F+  /  121mm
#19835
reddish brown. Had something like a Vermetus on last 6cm near tubercules living on it, which left its imprint (hence the grading)
12.00 EUR
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Haliotis rufescens - Swainson, 1822
Mexico. Baja California. Conception Bay. September 1978.
F/F+  /  177mm
#20023
shell with quite a violent life: see the self-repaired damages on its dorsum!
22.00 EUR
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Haliotis rufescens - Swainson, 1822
USA. California. The Abalone Form. Result of the first successful commercial hatch. 1969.
F+/Gem  /  2-4mm
#20032
set of 3 babies that were amongst the first to hatch in The Abalone Farm, the oldest commercial hatchery.
3.00 EUR
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Haliotis rufescens - Swainson, 1822
China. East China Sea. Zheijang province. From breeding ground. June 2012.
F  /  156mm
#28024
First half of body whorl rough due to sponge attacks. From abalone farm for human consumption.
17.00 EUR
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Haliotis rufescens - Swainson, 1828
Mexico. Baja California. Conception Bay. September 1978.
F+/F+++  /  193-201mm
#15494
45.00 EUR
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Haliotis semiplicata - Menke, 1843
Australia. WA. Carnac island. 8-15m deep. October 2009.
F+/Gem  /  34-46mm
#10697
Different patterns and colours.
10.00 EUR
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Haliotis spadicea - Donovan, 1808
South Africa. East London. Beached. January 2016. GROWTH SERIES (6 SHELLS)
F/F+  /  33-87mm
#19053
Growth set of 6 beached shells.
12.00 EUR
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Haliotis spadicea - Donovan, 1808
South Africa. Eastern Cape. On intertidal rocks. August 1989.
F+  /  54mm
#19313
From Eastern Cape.
6.00 EUR