OLIVE SHELLS, A SELECTION OF THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR OLIVE SPECIES

Olive Gibbosa

    Gibbosa Olive Shells



  • Gibbosa Olive shell family: Olividae. Type: Gastropod. This olive is sometimes called the swollen olive. It is a heavy shell a short spire and ovate body whorl. The outside The color can vary from light brown or dark brown on a cream back ground to yellowish green. Gibbosa Olives range from the Indian Ocean, across the northern Australian/New Zealand shores, to just south of the Sea of Japan. They prefer shallow water, are carnivorous and feed on other mollusks at night. The Gibbosa Olive is one of over 350 species of the family Olividae. They are commonly found.


  • A1.2-8

  • One Gibbosa Olive shell 1 1/2 inches or less...... .03



  • Golden Olive

      Golden Olive description, size and price


    • Golden Olive family: Olividae. Type: Gastropod. This olive is sometimes called the Lettered olive. It is a solid elongated shell. The color can vary from light brown to dark brown streaks with zigzag lines to a golden yellow. Golden Olives range across the Tropical Western Atlantic, along the Gulf of Mexico coast, thru the Caribbean and South along the Eastern coast of South America, to Argentina. They prefer shallow water,burrow in sand and are carnivorous, feeding on other mollusks at night. This species is one of over 350 comprising the family of Olividae. They are commonly found.


    • L1-9

    • One Golden Olive shell 1 3/4 plus inches...... .14



    Baby Olive Shells

      Baby Olive description, size and price


    • Baby Olive family: Olividae; Type Gastropod. This olive is sometimes called the Swollen Olive. It is a solid shell. The color can vary from light brown to dark brown with white spots with zigzag lines to a yellowish green. These Olives range across the Tropical Indo-Pacific region. This region includes The Indian Ocean East to the Northern Northern Australian/New Zealand coast. They prefer shallow water,burrow in sand and are carnivorous, feeding on other mollusks at night. This species is one of over 350 comprising the family of Olividae. They are commonly found.


    • L2.4-9

    • One Baby Olive shells 1 plus inches...... .04



    Red Gibbosa Olive

      Olive Tan Gibbosa shell



    • tAN Gibbosa Olive family: Olividae. Type: Gastropod. This olive is sometimes called the swollen olive. It is a heavy shell a short spire and ovate body whorl. Gibbosa Olives range from the Indian Ocean, across the northern Australian/New Zealand shores, to just south of the Sea of Japan. They prefer shallow water, are carnivorous and feed on other mollusks at night. The TAN Gibbosa Olive is one of over 350 species of the family Olividae. They are commonly found.


    • L3-9

    • One Tan Gibbosa Olive shell 1 1/4 inch or less...... .04



    • Red Olive Shells

        Red Olive description, size, and price


      • Red Olivefamily: Olividae. Type: Gastropod It is a solid shell with a pointed spire and an elongate body whorl. Red Olives range from the Indian Ocean, across the northern Australian/New Zealand shores, to just south of the Sea of Japan. They prefer shallow water, are carnivorous and feed on other mollusks at night. The Red Olive is one of over 350 species of the family Olividae. They are commonly found.


      • LL0-9

      • One Red Olive 1 1/2 inches or less...... .07





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