Species list - alphabetical, letter v

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

Vacerrena kesteveni (Kesteven’s notch-limpet)

Vaceuchelus profundior (deepwater top-shell)

Vampyroteuthis infernalis (vampire squid)

Varotoga cryptozoica (cryptozoic lepton)

Venerupis anomala (little bean venus)

Venerupis galactites (milk-stone venus)

Venerupis largillierti (New Zealand venus)

Veprichlamys perillustris (shining scallop)

Verconia aureopunctata (golden-spotted sea-slug)

Verconia closeorum (Close’s sea-slug)

Verconia haliclona (sponge sea-slug)

Verconia verconis (Verco sea-slug)

Verticordia tasmanica (Tasmanian verticordia)

Vertisphaera cambrica (New South Wales vertisphaera)

Vexitomina agnewi (Agnew’s turrid)

Vexitomina garrardi (Garrard’s turrid)

Vexitomina radulaeformis (scraping-iron turrid)

Vexitomina torquata (ringed turrid)

Vimentum dilectum (bald false-cockle)

Vitreolina commensalis (commensal urchin-snail)

Vitrinellinae unplaced TAS sp 01 (TAS sp 01 glass-shell)

Volutomitra obscura (magpie volute-mitre)

Volutomitra TAS sp 01 (TAS sp 01 volute-mitre)

Volutomitra TAS sp 02 (TAS sp 02 volute-mitre)

Volutomitra TAS sp 03 (TAS sp 03 volute-mitre)

Volutomitra TAS sp 04 (TAS sp 04 volute-mitre)

Volvarina diminuta (tiny margin-shell)

Volvulella rostrata (beaked canoe-shell)

Volvulella tragula (dart canoe-shell)

Vulsella ovata (southern sponge-finger)

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