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Dear Conchological Citizens of the Net;
Welcome to our "still growing" seashells and Conchology site!! We have added to and enriched our Features section recently, and hope you will find them enjoyable and iteresteing - and perhaps make some suggestions on how to improve them! The Feature Guide below describes what each includes, or you could just skip to the Worldwide Specimen Shells List.(seashells and landsnails) (hint,hint!), or "Quick Links" section.
6) An Introduction to Shell Collecting: We're just starting to develop a range of information and resources for people new to the Hobby of Shell Collecting - this section will grow accordingly, so check back every now and then, to see what we've come up with!
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7)WANT Lists (Yours, ie!): .For your convenience, we have a Wants & Wishes Bulletin Board where you can post your specimen shells (seashells, landsnails, fresh-water: whaterver you like!) want-lists, be they general (eg: "any large, attractive "Showcase" shells"), or very specific (eg: "Freak Cypraea auratium Gmelin wanted!") I promise to check it frequently, and if I have something you request, I'll promptly offer it to you!! If i don't have it, I'll go looking for it. Please note that anyone can supply your posted wants and/or wishes if they like, since the board is offered as an open-ended service to all those who wish to ask, in hopes of someone "answering their call". SO, as long as you are extra-careful about replies from people you do not know, what can you lose??
Local Species: Due to the fact that i curate local museum collections and am doing taxonomic work with local species, i simply cannot sell them, or any other species from Canada or adjacent waters, with the exeption of a few abundant commercial species such as Placopecten magellanicus Gmelin. and a few other very common seashells.
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Seashells are the spice of Life!