Shells of South
East Queensland

Tweed Heads to Noosa

Gastropods.
This is the most numerous of the molluscan classes. The gastropods include snails, slugs, limpets and nudibranchs. Gastropods live in a wide range of marine, feshwater and terrestrial habitats ranging from tropical forests, arid areas, riveres and dams as well as the full spectrum of marine ecosystems.
Amphibolidae
Ancillariidae
Angariidae
Aplustridae
Architectonicidae
Batillariidae
Borsoniidae
Buccinidae
Bullidae
Bursidae
Calliostomatidae
Camaenidae
Cancellariidae
Caryodidae
Cassidae
Cerithiidae
Cerithiopsidae
Charoniidae
Charopidae
Chilodontaidae
Colubrariidae
Columbariidae
Columbellidae
Conidae
Conorbidae
Costellariidae
Cymatiidae
Cypraeidae
Drilliidae
Ellobiidae
Epitoniidae
Fasciolariidae
Ficidae
Fissurellidae
Haliotidae
Haminoeidae
Harpidae
Helicarionidae
Helicidae
Hipponicidae
Litiopidae
Littorinidae
Mangeliidae
Mitridae
Muricidae
Nacellidae
Nassariidae
Naticidae
Neritidae
Olividae
Ovulidae
Personidae
Phasianellidae
Philinidae
Pisaniidae
Planaxidae
Planorbidae
Potamididae
Pseudolividae
Pseudomelatomidae
Raphitomidae
Rhytididae
Rissoinidae
Siliquariidae
Siphonariidae
Strombidae
Terebridae
Thiaridae
Tonnidae
Tornatinidae
Tornidae
Triphoridae
Triviidae
Trochidae
Turbinellidae
Turbinidae
Turridae
Vanikoridae
Volutidae
Xenophoridae
Zebinidae