Mollusca

Chitons, bivalves, snails, cephalopods, limpets
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Giant Pacific Octopus

Enteroctopus dofleini

Body to 60 cm, arms to at least 2 m as adult. Sent as juvenile. Collection method: SCUBA or trap

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Black Katy Chiton

Katharina tunicata

To 7.5 cm length. Collection method: hand collection at low tide

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Gumboot Chiton

Cryptochiton stelleri

To 33 cm length. Collection method: hand collection at low tide or SCUBA

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Mossy Chiton

Mopalia muscosa

To 7 cm length. Collection method: hand collection at low tide or SCUBA

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Lined Chiton

Tonicella lineata

To 15 cm diameter. Collection method: hand collection at low tide or SCUBA

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Swimming Scallop 

Chlamys hastata

To 5 cm diameter. Collection method: SCUBA or captive-reared stock

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Giant Rock Scallop 

Crassodoma gigantea

To 16 cm diameter. Collection method: SCUBA

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Red Turban Snail

Pomaulax gibberosa

To 6 cm diameter. Collection method: SCUBA or hand collection at low tide

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Leafy Hornmouth 

Ceratostoma foliatum

To 8 cm. Collection method: SCUBA or hand collection at low tide

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Moon Snail

Polinices lewisii

To 10 cm. Collection method: SCUBA or hand collection at low tide

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Pink Tritonia 

Polinices lewisii

To 30 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

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Orangepeel Nudibranch

Tochuina tetraquerta

To 28 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

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Hooded Nudibranch

Melibe leonina

To 8 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

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Frosted Nudibranch

Dirona albolineata

To 5 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

For a detailed price list please email us

Please let us know if you are looking for an organism that does not appear on our species list, we still may be able to collect it for you. We always enjoy a challenge!

We collect with your display needs in mind. Therefore we collect large, show size specimens whenever possible. There are exceptions however: some fish and mollusc species do not travel well as adults. We will inform you when this is the case.