THE NAUTILUS
  A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

The Conchologists’ Exchange
[Publication suspended after Volume 2, Number 9 -
Became The Nautilus starting with Volume 3]

Contents of Volume 1 (1886–1887)
 

 
Volume 1 Number 12 (June 28, 1887)
  • Editorial notes: 73
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 74–75
  • C. F. ANCEY. Description of new genera or sub-genera of Helicidae (continued): 75–76
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 76–77
  • V. STERKI. How to collect small land shells: 78–79
  • A. LOOFBET. A suggestion to our young friends: 80
  • Publications received: 80
  • General notes: 81–84
Volume 1 Number 11 (May, 1887)
  • Editorial notes: 61
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 62–63
  • T. ROGERS. Planorbis dilatatus, Gould, in England: 63
  • C. F. ANCEY. Description of new genera or sub-genera of Helicidae (continued): 64
  • C. T. SIMPSON. Succinea lineata, W.G.B., in Nebraska: 65
  • General notes: 66
  • V. STERKI. How to collect small land shells: 67–68
  • General notes: 68–72
Volume 1 Number 9/10 (April 30, 1887)
  • Editorial notes: 49
  • W. M. BEAUCHAMP. Erosion of fresh-water shells: 49
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 50–51
  • C. T. SIMPSON. Record of a two days’ dredging cruise in Tampa Bay, Florida (continued): 52–53
  • C. F. ANCEY. Description of new genera or sub-genera of Helicidae (continued): 53–54
  • Correspondence: 54–55
  • General notes: 55
  • A. A. HINKLEY. Record of a short collecting tour in White, Hardin & Gallatin Counties, Ill.: 56
  • General notes: 56–60
Volume 1 Number 8 (March 9, 1887)
  • Editorial notes: 41
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill.: 42–43
  • C. T. SIMPSON. Record of a two days’ dredging cruise in Tampa Bay, Florida: 44
  • V. STERKI. Collecting shells in drift: 45
  • General notes: 45–48
Volume 1 Number 7 (February 25, 1887)
  • Editorial notes: 33
  • Anonymous. The strength of snails: 34
  • Anonymous. Rare cypraeas: 34
  • Anonymous. Erosion of fresh-water shells: 34
  • Anonymous. The vitality of Mollusca: 35
  • General notes: 35–40
Volume 1 Number 6 (December 28, 1886)
  • Editorial notes: 25–26
  • Correspondence: 26–27
  • General notes: 27–31
Volume 1 Number 5 (December 6, 1886)
  • Editorial notes: 19
  • C. F. ANCEY. Diagnoses of a few sub-genera in Helicidae: 20
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Notes on some New Orleans fresh-water shells: 20–21
  • J. FORD. A day among the mollusks: 21
  • General notes: 22–24
Volume 1 Number 4 (October, 1886)
  • Editorial notes: 11–12
  • J. J. BROWN. Notes on the Mollusca of the Bahamas: 12–13
  • General notes: 13–17
Volume 1 Number 3 (September 27, 1886)
  • Editorial notes: 5–6
  • Anonymous. The faunatic dependence of the Mediterranean upon the Atlantic: 6
  • Anonymous. A word to our younger friends: 6–7
  • Anonymous. Arion subfuscus and Helix hispida var. fusca in Yorkshire: 7
  • General notes: 7–10
Volume 1 Number 2 (August, 1886)
  • Editorial notes: 1–2
  • General notes: 3–4
Volume 1 Number 1 (July, 1886)
  • Editorial notes: 1


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