Argonauta nodosus - locality listing

If there are coastal locality records for this species in the database underlying these web-pages, these localities are listed below in clockwise order (starting from King Island). Note that some doubtful records, and any records from offshore localities, have been excluded. The main sources are the personal collections and records of Simon Grove, Rob de Little and Margaret Richmond; the accession records of the Tasmanian and Queen Victoria Museums; and selected records from a range of other institutions, primarily via the Atlas of Living Australia (last download November 2014).

King Island (unlocalised)

King Island – Naracoopa – foreshore

Deal Island (unlocalised)

Black River Beach – southern end

Tamar River – George Town – foreshore

Cape Barren Island – White Lagoon beach

Cape Barren Island (unlocalised)

Cape Barren Island – Kenneth Point

Flinders Island – Trousers Point – beach

Flinders Island – West coast (unlocalised)

Flinders Island – Parrys Bay (unlocalised)

Flinders Island – Arthur Bay – Long Point

Flinders Island – Emita – foreshore

Freycinet Peninsula – Bryans Beach

Swansea – Jubilee Beach

Schouten Island – Sandspit Point

Schouten Island – Crocketts Bay

Schouten Island – Moreys Bay

Maria Island – Four Mile Beach

Maria Island – Bloodstone Beach

Maria Island – Shoal Bay – McRaes Isthmus

Eaglehawk Neck – eastern side

South East coast of Tasmania (unlocalised)

Port Arthur – Safety Cove

Nubeena – White Beach

Sloping Main Beach

Dodges Ferry – Red Ochre Beach

South Arm – Hope Beach – southern end

D’Entrecasteaux Channel – Partridge Island – eastern side

North Bruny Island – Nebraska Beach

North Bruny Island – Dennes Point

Bruny Island – Neck Beach

South Bruny Island – Old Jetty Beach

South Bruny Island – Old Jetty Beach – beaches to N

South Bruny Island – Cloudy Beaches – western beach

South Bruny Island – Butlers Beach

South Bruny Island (unlocalised)


Information and disclaimer: The web-pages on this web-site are generated from an underlying database. These can be cited as Grove, S.J. (2015). 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.

Last build: Sat Nov 05 16:45:41 Tasmania Daylight Time 2016