Shells of South
East Queensland

Tweed Heads to Noosa

Microshells.
Micro and mini shells are small, mature shells. Not often seen live, they are usually collected by seiving or hand picking through sand from rockpools or beach drift. Micro shells display a wide vavrety of sculture and shape.
Architectonicidae
Arcidae
Cancellariidae
Carditidae
Cerithiidae
Cerithiopsidae
Chilodontaidae
Columbellidae
Conidae
Corbulidae
Costellariidae
Cypraeidae
Donacidae
Drilliidae
Ellobiidae
Epitoniidae
Fissurellidae
Haminoeidae
Hemidonacidae
Hipponicidae
Litiopidae
Littorinidae
Lottiidae
Lucinidae
Mangeliidae
Muricidae
Nassariidae
Naticidae
Neritidae
Noetiidae
Phasianellidae
Phenacolepadidae
Pisaniidae
Planaxidae
Planorbidae
Punctidae
Raphitomidae
Rissoinidae
Siliquariidae
Siphonariidae
Strombidae
Tellinidae
Tornatinidae
Tornidae
Triphoridae
Triviidae
Trochidae
Vanikoridae
Zebinidae