Species list by epithet (including synonyms) - alphabetical, letter k

According to available records, the following species occur in Tasmanian waters:

- kampyla Watson, 1885 = Sassia kampyla (family Ranellidae – Cymatiinae)

- kapala Marshall 2016 = Falsimargarita kapala (family Calliostomatidae – Fautricinae)

- kapalae Dijkstra, 1990 = Cyclopecten kapalae (family Propeamussiidae)

- kaurna Stranks, 1990 = Octopus kaurna (family Octopodidae – Octopodinae)

- kemblensis Hedley, 1903 = Dentimargo kemblensis (family Marginellidae – Marginellinae)

- kengrahami Ponder, 1982 = Buccipagoda kengrahami (family Buccinidae – Buccininae)

- kenyoniana Brazier, 1898 = Ericusa papillosa (family Volutidae – Cymbiinae)

- kenyoniana Brazier, 1898 = Glycymeris grayana (family Glycymerididae)

- kenyoniana Pritchard & Gatliff, 1904 = Gari kenyoniana (family Psammobiidae)

- keppeliana Reeve, 1860 = Myochama anomioides (family Myochamidae)

- keraudrenii Lesueur, 1817 = Atlanta peronii (family Atlantidae)

- kermadecensis Iredale, 1912 = Williamia radiata nutata (family Siphonariidae)

- kershawi Fukuda & Ponder, 2005 = Cryptassiminea kershawi (family Assimineidae – Assimineinae)

- kershawi Tenison-Woods, 1878 = Pisinna kershawi (family Anabathridae)

- kesteveni Hedley, 1900 = Vacerrena kesteveni (family Fissurellidae – Emarginulinae)

- kesteveni Iredale, 1924 = Astralium squamifera (family Turbinidae – Turbininae)

- kesteveni Iredale, 1943 = Tatea rufilabris (family Tateidae)

- KI sp 01 = Merelina KI sp 01 (family Rissoidae – Rissoinae)

- kielmanseggi Zelebor in Dunker & Zelebor, 1866 = Bembicium auratum (family Littorinidae – Lacuninae)

- kieneri Deshayes, 1859 = Duplicaria kieneri (family Terebridae – Terebrinae)

- kieneri Sowerby, 1874 = Turriplicifer australe (family Costellariidae)

- kilcundae Gatliff & Gabriel, 1914 = Leiostraca kilcundae (family Eulimidae)

- kilcundae Gatliff & Gabriel, 1914 = Liotella kilcundae (family Skeneidae)

- kimberi Cotton, 1932 = Lyria mitraeformis (family Volutidae – Volutinae)

- kimberi Torr, 1912 = Acanthochitona kimberi (family Acanthochitonidae – Acanthochitoninae)

- kingensis Ashby & Hull, 1923 = Ischnochiton lineolatus (family Ischnochitonidae – Ischnochitoninae)

- kingensis Gabriel, 1956 = Alcyna kingensis (family Trochidae – Alcyninae)

- kingensis May, 1923 = Argalista kingensis (family Colloniidae)

- kingensis May, 1924 = Laevilitorina kingensis (family Littorinidae – Littorininae)

- kingensis Petterd, 1879 = Antiguraleus kingensis (family Mangeliidae)

- kingi Cox, 1871 = Amoria undulata (family Volutidae – Amoriinae)

- kingicola Lamarck, 1805 = Eucrassatella kingicola (family Crassatellidae)

- kingicola Tate & May, 1900 = Tasmeuthria kingicola (family Buccinidae – Buccininae)

- kingicola van Gooch, 1942 = Pterotrachea kingicola (family Pterotracheidae)

- kingii Gray, 1826 = Callista kingii (family Veneridae – Callocardiinae)

- kitcheni Laseron, 1951 = Turbonilla kitcheni (family Pyramidellidae – Turbonillinae)

- knipovitchi Filippova, 1972 = Filippovia knipovitchi (family Onychoteuthidae)

- kryptopleurakia MS NAME Stephens & Vafiadis, 2017 = Scalaronoba kryptopleurakia MS NAME (family Aclididae)

- kulonba Burn, 1966 = Doriprismatica kulonba (family Chromodorididae)

- kunopia Laseron, 1953 = Condylocardia limaeformis (family Condylocardiidae – Condylocardiinae)

- kymatoessa Watson, 1886 = Etrema kymatoessa (family Clathurellidae)

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