Association Française de Conchyliologie
|A. F. C.
|The website of the French Conchyliophile Association.
The recent addition of a shell web compendium is an interesting initiative but it is not easy to browse yet.
|An amazing and generous site about a personal collection. It covers a good range of species and not only bigs and collectibles.
The picture quality and size are just impressive. You can also enjoy trips articles in both English and French.
|An amazing catalog of Reunion shells.
Every specimen have been uploaded and described. It comes very handy when Coquillages de La Réunion et de l''île Maurice book is not enough. Unfortunately the author passed away in June 2008.
|An ancient seashells site specialized on tropical Conidae.
Lots of pictures. trip reports and miscellanous articles are available here. The author also manage a popular online identification forum.
|Marcus & José Coltro
|A rich and professionnal site that displays lot of specimen shells and a very good selection of brasilian species. All pictures are excellent.
Lots of shell trips and miscellaneous articles are online for anybody to enjoy.
|An exceptionnal range of illustrated marine gastropods with synonyms and references.
But you need to know the taxonomy to efficiently browse the plates.
Seashells of New South Wales
|Very good regional seashells site. Each specie is fully described. good plates and lots of variations displayed.
Conchiliologistas Do Brasil
|A very generous site about brasilian species.
Conchiglie del Mediterraneo
|Marco & Guido Arduino
|A very good website about Mediterranean bivalves.
Microshells and shells are well illustrated. located and sized.
|Emmanuel Guillot de Suduiraut
|A specialist website dealing with the Mitroidea superfamily.
Good pictures. and a reference to identify shells from this group.
|Interesting site which mainly display japanese seashells and lots of bivalves.
|An online collection of worldwide Cypraeidae with outstanding pictures.
One very interesting feature of this website is the possibility to perform a geographic species search/selection from drawing a free polygon on a map.
|A bivalvia taxonomic database
Forum francophone des collectionneurs de coquillages actuels
|Dynamic French speaking forum about anything regarding seashells and collection.
|A specialized website about the Neritoidae family. Most species of this family are represented. I believe this is the only site dealing only with Nerite shells.
New Zealand Mollusca
|A very complete website about the molluscs of New Zealand with decent pictures. The addition of micro shells and the terrestrial fauna gives a very good picture of the fauna of this specific country.