Extensive listing of shell clubs from the Conchologists of America website.
Club in Melbourne Beach, Florida.
Formed in 1996 for members to share their enthusiasm and experiences of mollusks of all kinds. Contains a meeting schedule, directions, a newsletter, a library, and membership details. Located in Englewood, Florida, United States.
Private club with about 100 members ranging from amateurs to seasoned enthusiasts. Includes a meeting schedule, a newsletter, upcoming events and membership information. Located in Auckland, New Zealand.
Formed in the 1950's and dedicated to conservation and the scientific study of mollusks. Includes meeting information, a calendar of events, membership details, directions and a map. Located in Olivette, Missouri, United States.
Studies mollusks (shells, seashells), with indexes to publications, links to Italy and Europe, a BBS and a taxonomic database. Site in both English and Italian.
Purpose is to bring together people interested in collecting and studying mollusk shells; to encourage shell-related interests, such as shellcraft and shell art; and, to encourage others to discover the beauty, uses, mystery and fascination of shells and shellfish.
Club for shell enthusiasts, conchologists, and beachcombers who delight in finding treasures from the sea. Based in Tampa Bay region of Florida.
Group of enthusiasts in the Circle City area. Includes membership and meeting information, and a newsletter. Located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.
A Yahoo! group dedicated to the gastropod family Conidae. Forum, chat room, identification help, and photographs.