Using cookies on
Shellauction uses cookies only for technical reasons and to facilitate and speed up your site navigation.
By continuing to browse, you accept the use of cookies; if you do not wish to receive them please disable them or not navigate this website further.
More info Cookies on
Utilizzo dei cookies su
Shellauction utilizza i cookies esclusivamente per ragioni tecniche e per facilitare e velocizzare la navigazione del sito.
Continuando a navigare accetti l'utilizzo dei cookies, se non desideri riceverli ti invitiamo a disabilitarli oppure a non navigare questo sito ulteriormente.
Altre informazioni sui Cookies di
Login Page Register to Buy... Shell Families - Fossils Links Contact Us
Go to Shell's items Go to Buccinidae (Genus BAB)
Item Images
Item# 0000963767
NameBabylonia leonis - ( New WRS ! )
Size60.7 mm
LocalityNorth-East Sumatra, Aceh Region.
NoteBabylonia leonis (van Regteren Altena & Gittenberger, 1972) Live Taken, Fine+/Fine++ , small chips on the terminal lip and ridge, very rare in any condition ; NEW WORLD RECORD SIZE ! - SUPERB ! - Agree with Dr. Kosuge (Director, Institute of Malacology of Tokyo), the specimens from Andaman Sea are Babylonia perforata - Previosly listed at 59.1 mm - NEW NEWS: In the new Registry 2016 is listed now a specimen from Burma, but as I wrote before, this is a specimen of Babylonia perforata ; 60.7 mm ; Indonesia, North-East Sumatra, Aceh Region ; Trawled at 80-120m. ; 2012. [BUC029] «CLICK_HERE_TO_VIEW_LARGER_and/or_HIGHER_RESOLUTION_IMAGES_!!!»
SellerShell (644) - Register to view Feedback
Seller CountryITALY
Website   Dealer Website
Shipment/PaymentAvailable for registered users...
Currency of this itemEURO
Start Price120,00 €
Current Price120,00 € - no Bids  - Auction closed - 

            Click Here to Register

Bid Increments
RangeBid Increment
under 100 €1 €
from 100 to 200 €2 €
from 200 to 500 €5 €
from 500 to 1000 €10 €
over 1000 €25 €

End29-08-2018 > 20:45:00 time23-10-2018 > 05:25:52
Time left...
Go to Shell's items
Go to Buccinidae (Genus BAB)

Bid history: