Naria lamarckii f. aquilonia Lorenz 2017. 33.9 mm., Gem-. Thailand. These are mostly coming from older collections these days. The less callused variety when compared to the more readily available N. lamarckii redimita. This is a lovely specimen with good size and quality.
Leporicypraea mappa mappa (Linnaeus 1758). 69.7 mm., Gem. Philippines. The fantastic dorsal line looks like it is about to reach out and grab something, much like a carniverous plant! Really unique pattern in this outstanding specimen.
Annepona mariae (Schilder 1927). 14.0 mm., Beach. Marshall Islands. Most specimens in collections come from the Kwajalein Atoll. This historic specimen was collected from Jaluit Atoll right after Typhoon Ophelia hit the area in 1958. Very interesting piece collected more than 60 yea
Leporicypraea rosea rosea (Gray 1824). 62.2 mm., F++. Mauritius. The species that exhibits minimal fluorescence when view under UV light. Hard to get these shells. A tiny chip in the anterior canal is reflected in the grading. Great shell otherwise.