Species list by common name - alphabetical, letter g

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

Gabo Island turrid (Epidirona gabensis)

Gabriel’s chiton (Subterenochiton gabrieli)

Gabriel’s margin-shell (Dentimargo gabrieli)

galaxy squid (Enoploteuthis galaxias)

garland notch-limpet (Rimulanax corolla)

Garrard’s turrid (Vexitomina garrardi)

Gatliff’s chiton (Acanthochitona gatliffi)

Gatliff’s dove-shell (Aesopus gatliffi)

Gatliff’s margin-shell (Alaginella gatliffi)

Geale’s dog-cockle (Tucetona gealei)

gem brooch-shell (Neotrigonia gemma)

gemmed enope-squid (Pterygioteuthis gemmata)

gentle false rice-shell (Anabathron lene)

gently-curved tusk-shell (Laevidentalium largicrescens)

Georgian margin-shell (Austroginella georgiana)

Gertrude’s rice-shell (Rissoina gertrudis)

giant cuttlefish (Sepia apama)

giant notch-limpet (Montfortia subemarginata)

giant squid (Architeuthis dux)

giant top-shell (Astele subcarinata)

Giard’s enope-squid (Pterygioteuthis giardi)

Gilchrist’s squid (Abraliopsis gilchristi)

gladiator top-shell (Selastele retiarium)

glassy lepton (Coriareus vitreus)

glassy lepton (Mysella vitrea)

gleaming dove-shell (Pyreneola fulgida)

globose ribbed-cowrie (Cleotrivia globosa)

globose violet-snail (Janthina globosa)

gloomy octopus (Octopus tetricus)

golden star-shell (Bellastraea aurea)

golden-skinned sea-lemon (Doris chrysoderma)

golden-spotted sea-slug (Verconia aureopunctata)

gold-leaf sea-slug (Tularia bractea)

Goldstein’s murex (Dermomurex goldsteini)

good fig-shell (Thalassocyon bonus)

googly-eyed cranch-squid (Teuthowenia pellucida)

Gould’s flying-squid (Nototodarus gouldi)

gowned basket-shell (Corbula tunicata)

grainy creeper (Cacozeliana granarium)

grainy nutmeg-shell (Sydaphera granosa)

grainy sinistral-creeper (Costatophora granifera)

grainy wentletrap (Opalia granosa)

grainy-centred worm-shell (Stephopoma nucleogranosum)

grainy-streaked chiton (Acanthochitona granostriata)

granulated castor-bean-shell (Maculotriton serriale)

grata dosinia (Dosinia grata)

Gray’s chiton (Choriplax grayi)

Gray’s dog-cockle (Glycymeris grayana)

great wentletrap (Plastiscala magna)

great whelk (Penion maximus)

greater whelk (Fax grandior)

greaters clubhook-squid (Onykia ingens)

green chiton (Chiton glaucus)

greenish chiton (Ischnochiton subviridis)

greenish sea-slug (Trinchesia viridiana)

greenish turrid (Splendrillia subviridis)

greenlip abalone (Haliotis laevigata)

Green’s sea-lemon (Aphelodoris greeni)

gregarious false eaton-shell (Pseudopisinna gregaria)

Grimaldi’s chiroteuthid-squid (Grimalditeuthis bonplandii)

grooved chiton (Leptochiton liratus)

grooved nutmeg-shell (Merica purpuriformis)

Gruner’s turban (Turbo gruneri)

Gunn’s screw-shell (Gazameda gunnii)

Gunter’s slit-shell (Anatoma gunteri)


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