Pseudomelatomidae
Antiplanes sp. Antiplanes sp.
Barleeidae
Barleeia acuta
 
Tricoliidae
Eulithidium pulloides Tricolia n. sp.
Caecidae
Caecum crebricinctum  Caecum occidentale
Mangeliidae
 Kurtzia arteaga Kurtziella crebricostata Oenopota elegans Oenopota excurvata Oenopota fidicula Oenopota levidensis Oenopota pyramidalis Oenopota turricula
Cylichnidae
Acteocina culcitella Acteocina eximia

Naticidae
Cryptonatica affinis Cryptonatica aleutica Neverita lewisii
 
Lottiidae
Lottia digitalis Lottia instabilis Lottia pelta Lottia rosacea
 


This page last revised: 7-1-2014

Pyramidellidae
Aartsenia satura Brachystomia angularis Evalea tenuisculpta Turbonilla aurantia Turbonilla sp. Turbonilla sp. Turbonilla sp.

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Cerithiidae
  Lirobittium attenuatum Neostylidium eschrichtii


Reference list for Gastropod pages







Lepetidae
Cryptobranchia concentrica
Rissoidae
Alvania compacta 
Acmaeidae
Acmaea mitra
Fissurellidae
Cranopsis multistriata Diodora aspera Fissurellidea bimaculata Scelidotoma bella



 







SiphonariidaeSiphonaria thersites

Calliostomatidae
Calliostoma annulatum Calliostoma canaliculatum Calliostoma ligatum






 











Littorinidae
Lacuna porrecta Lacuna variegata Lacuna vincta Littorina scutulata Littorina sitkana Littorina subrotundata 



 






Muricidae
Boreotrophon multicostatus Nipponotrophon stuarti Ceratostoma foliatum Nucella canaliculata Nucella lamellosa Nucella lima Nucella ostrina Ocinebra inornata Ocinebrina interfossa Ocinebrina lurida Ocinebrina sclera Scabrotrophon maltzani Urosalpinx cinerea
 
Batillariidae
Batillaria attramentaria
Turbinidae
Homalopoma baculum Homalopoma luridum Pomaulax gibberosa
Trochidae
 Chlorostoma funebralis Lirularia lirulata Margarites helicinus Margarites pupillus Tegula pulligo






Capulidae
Trichotropis bicarinata Trichotropis cancellata


Calyptraeidae
Calyptraea fastigiata Crepidula convexa Crepidula nummaria Crepidula onyx Crepipatella lingulata Garnotia adunca


Cerithiopsidae
Cerithiopsis sp.1 Cerithiopsis sp.2

Epitoniidae
Epitonium indianorum Epitonium sawniae Epitonium tinctum Opalia wroblewskyi






Cimidae
Graphis shepardiana

Vermetidae
Petaloconchus compactus


Eulimidae
Melanella columbiana
Melanella micans









  




Columbellidae
Alia carinata Amphissa columbiana 

Hipponicidae
Hipponix panamensis









Buccinidae
Beringius eyerdami Beringius kennicottii Buccinum baeri Buccinum plectrum Buccinum viridum Colus halli Lirabuccinum dirum Neptunea lyrata lyrata Neptunea phoenicea Neptunea stilesi Neptunea humboltiana Neptunea tabulata Volutharpa ampullacea





Velutinidae
Marsenina rhombica Limneria prolongata





Nassariidae
Caesia fossatus Hima fratercula Hima mendica Ilyanassa obsoleta

Olivellidae
Callianax baetica Callianax biplicata Callianax pycna




























Fasciolariidae
Fusinus harfordii


































The following are Opisthobranchs with shells, but are included here to aid in identification.














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Volutidae
 Arctomelon stearnsii



Borsoniidae
Ophiodermella cancellata Ophiodermella inermis

Acteonidae
Rictaxis punctocaelatus








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 Haminoeidae
Haminoea japonica Haminoea vesicula
 
Marginellidae
Granulina margaritula
Ranellidae
Fusitriton oregonensis

Amathinidae
Iselica obtusa

Cancellariidae
Neadmete modesta

Ptychatractidae
Exilioidea rectirostris
Haliotidae
Haliotis kamtschatkana kamtschatkana Haliotis walallensis

Gastropods of the Pacific Northwest

(Oregon to Southeast Alaska)

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