Species list by common name - alphabetical, letter k

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

kapala top-shell (Falsimargarita kapala)

Kapala’s scallop (Cyclopecten kapalae)

keeled chiton (Ischnochiton carinulatus)

keeled top-shell (Clanculus limbatus)

kelp chiton (Acanthochitona macrocystialis)

Kengraham’s whelk (Buccipagoda kengrahami)

Kenyon’s sunset-shell (Gari kenyoniana)

Kershaw’s assiminea (Cryptassiminea kershawi)

Kershaw’s false rice-shell (Pisinna kershawi)

Kesteven’s notch-limpet (Vacerrena kesteveni)

KI species 01 rice-shell (Merelina KI sp 01)

Kiener’s auger (Duplicaria kieneri)

Kilcunda false-top-shell (Liotella kilcundae)

Kilcunda urchin-snail (Leiostraca kilcundae)

Kimber’s chiton (Acanthochitona kimberi)

King Island argalista (Argalista kingensis)

King Island kelp-shell (Alcyna kingensis)

King Island sea-elephant (Pterotrachea kingicola)

King Island thickshell-clam (Eucrassatella kingicola)

King Island turrid (Antiguraleus kingensis)

King Island whelk (Tasmeuthria kingicola)

King Island winkle (Laevilitorina kingensis)

king scallop (Pecten fumatus)

King’s callista (Callista kingii)

Kitchen’s pyramid-shell (Turbonilla kitcheni)

knifebone cuttlefish (Sepia cultrata)

knobbly paper-nautilus (Argonauta nodosus)

knobbly rock-shell (Phycothais reticulata)

kryptopleurakia aclidid (Scalaronoba kryptopleurakia MS NAME)

kulonba sea-slug (Doriprismatica kulonba)

Tas sp 01 whelk (Thalassoplanes TAS sp 01)


Information and disclaimer: The web-pages on this web-site are generated from an underlying database. These can be cited as Grove, S.J. (2017). A Guide to the Seashells and other Marine Molluscs of Tasmania web-site and database respectively. Whilst great care is taken to accurately identify specimens featured on this web-site and to allocate all records to the most appropriate taxonomic names available, no guarantee is offered that all identifications are accurate, nor that the taxa to which they have been allocated are currently valid. Commentaries on habitat, distribution and biology are also subject to change as new information comes to light. If you have any enquiries, or any comments that will help improve the content or appearance of these pages, then please follow the links from 'contact' on the left-hand panel.

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