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Last Update: Friday, October 24, 2008 At: 15:34:4 (Total Listings: 12)
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Petronzi Alessandro
Petronzi, Alessandro and Pirazzini, Claudius (Italy) BENVENUTO IN SHELLS Be sure to check out The Photographic Archives, exchange list and forum. Site is in Italian
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Poremski Andre
My focus is Conidae from the Western Atlantic and Caribbean provinces (as you will see). I make no claims to taxonomical accuracy although I do try my best to keep up-to-date with recent nomenclature. I have also attempted to arrange my collection in genussubgenus groups so species that I believe to be closely related are spatially near each other. I welcome any feedback and guidance that you may offer as this e-showcase evolves--an no doubt it will.
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Pensa Francesco
Pensa, Francesco (Italy) Italian onlyLa Collezione di Conchiglie-di Francesco Pensa a young Italian malacologist web site
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Power Emilio George
Power, Emilio George The Liguus Home Page (USA) A great site by EJ Power on the Liguus snails.
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Paganelli Giancarlo
Paganelli, Giancarlo (Italy) Site 1 Cone Shells Site 2 Olive Shells
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Pasquali Fazzini
Pasquali, Fazzini Cypraea Net A wonderful data base and image site on cowries. Other pages of interest are international cowrie collectors listing of cowrie books other links of interest news and references. This is a must see if you are interested in cypraeas.
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Paganelli Giancarlo
Paganelli, Giancarlo (Italy) Site 1 Cone Shells Site 2 Olive Shells
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Poppe Guido And Philippe
Poppe, Guido and Philippe (Belgium) Conchology, Inc. A wealth of information is to be found here on shells of every class, family and species. This is a site you shouldn't miss. There is commercial and noncommercial information on everything shell wise.
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Passamonti Marco
"Beautiful Cowries" - "Dear Fellow Cowries Collectors, Welcome to www.beautifulcowries.net, the new website fully dedicated to the beautiful world of cowries at their highest quality! -Here youll find a wide gallery of top quality specimens from the most important collections around the world. Enjoy! - If you want to share with other collectors your best cowries specimens, this is the place to be! ..."
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Pleuvret David
Pleuvret, David Shells of Reunion Island Personal site of shell from Reunion Island (FrenchEnglish Site)
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Polites Greta L.
Welcome to my Web Site on Fossil Muricidae! I have been collecting fossil Muricidae since 1989, and currently have roughly 370 distinct species from 26 different countries and 11 U.S. states.
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Pina Alfonso
Pina, Alfonso (Spain) Malakos& Mirror Site Un lugar para los amantes de los Moluscos y coleccionistas de conchasThe Place For Mollusc Lovers and Seashell Collectors This site is written in Spanish (but the images are also in English) and it deals mainly with European molluscs. It is intended as educational site, but you can also find interesting things beyond that, such as a complete guide to classify European molluscs, an art gallery, articles, links (including some that you miss), a Latinamerican Molluscs gallery, books comments, and both Biological and Sistematic parts that are far from complete. Alfonso
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