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Version 45.00 started going live 22nd January, 2019. This release will incorporate significant changes to many families.

Harpa harpa

(Linnaeus, C., 1758) Noble/Common/True Harp Shell size 40 - 110 mm Somalia & Mauritius - Samoa; Tonga & Okinawa
Taxonomic Information
open bookPage/Plate
A Conchological IconographyHarpidae, Pl. 19-20: 28/1
Encyclopedia of Marine Gastropodsp 325/4-5
Shells of the World - Volume 2 (in Japanese)p 78a/5
Schelpen Encyclopedie (in Dutch)p 179
The Shell Handbookp 150
Hamlyn Guide to Shells of the Worldp 222
Compendium of Seashellsp 211/3.4
M.B. Pocket Guide to Shells of the Worldp 120
Collector's guide to Seashells of the Worldp 120/8; 121/8
Australian Marine Shells Part 2p 137; Pl. 30/9
Guide to Australian Shellsp 45/2
Shells of Taiwan Illustrated in Colourp 343/5, 112
Guide to Shells of Papua New Guineap 37/5
Shells of the Philippinesp 107/3
Shells of New Guinea & Central Pacificp 43/10-11
Conchs, Tibias and Harpsp 152
Sea Snails of PondicherryFig. 162
Shells of Vietnamp 165; Pl. 50/9-10
Indonesian Shells IIp 52/6
Vita MarinaVol. 41/4, p 119
Harpa nobilis Röding, P.F., 1798
Mus. Bolten II
Hamlyn Guide to Shells of the Worldp 222
Shells of Vietnamp 165
cameraImage Acknowledgments
1 Mollusc Net Auctions
2 Mollusc Net Auctions
3 Femorale
4 Guido Poppe
5 Eddie Hardy
6 Cyril Urukal