A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology


Contents of Volume 123 (2009)

Volume 123 Number 4 (December 23, 2009)

  • G. T. WATTERS. A revision of the western Atlantic Ocean genera Anna, Antillophos, Bailya, Caducifer, Monostiolum, and Parviphos, with description of a new genus, Diantiphos, and notes on Engina and Hesperisternia (Gastropoda: Buccinidae: Pisaniinae) and Cumia (Colubrariidae): 225-275
  • R. T. DILLON, JR. Empirical estimates of reproductive isolation among the Physa species of South Carolina (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Basommatophora): 276-281
  • A. R. WETHINGTON, J. WISE, and R. T. DILLON, JR. Genetic and morphological characterization of the Physidae of South Carolina (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Basommatophora), with decription of a new species: 282-292
  • G. O. INTROÍNI, A. L. CUNHA, M. M. S. L. SOUSA, and S. M. RECCO-PIMENTEL. Spermatozoan ultrastructure and detection of nuclear phosphatase activity in spermatids of Anomalocardia brasiliana and Tivela mactroides (Bivalvia: Veneridae): 293-302
  • F. CRISCIONE, D. SCUDERI, and F. P. PATTI. Revising α-taxonomy in shelled gastropods: the case of Rissoa panhormensis Verduin, 1985 (Caenogastropoda: Rissoidae): 303-312
  • O. MEJÍA, E. NARANJO-GARCÍA, and O. J. POLACO. Three new species of Humboldtiana (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Humboldtianidae) from Mexico: 313-316
  • J. R. HENDRICKS, R. W. PORTELL, and G. L. POLITES. RESEARCH NOTE: An aberrant sinistral Conus (Neogastropoda: Conidae) from the Miocene of Florida, USA: 317-318
Volume 123 Number 3 (September 28, 2009)

Proceedings of the Symposium "Neogastropod Origins, Phylogeny, Evolutionary Pathways and Mechanisms" held during the 2007 World Congress of Malacology, Antwerp, Belgium, 15-20 July 2007. Guest editors: M.G. Harasewych and Ellen E. Strong

  • M. G. HARASEWYCH and E. E. STRONG. Preface: 72
  • Yu. I. KANTOR and A. FEDOSOV. Morphology and development of the valve of Leiblein: Possible evidence for paraphyly of the Neogastropoda: 73-82
  • A. R. KOSYAN and Yu. I. KANTOR. Phylogenetic analysis of the subfamily Colinae (Neogastropoda: Buccinidae) based on morphological characters: 83-94
  • A. R. KOSYAN, M. V. MODICA, and M. OLIVERIO. The anatomy and relationships of Troschelia (Neogastropoda: Buccinidae): New evidence of a closer fasciolariid-buccinid relationship?: 95-105
  • M. TAVIANI, L. ANGELETTI, M. DIMECH, C. MIFSUD, A. FREIWALD, M. G. HARASEWYCH, and M. OLIVERIO. Coralliophilinae (Gastropoda: Muricidae) associated with deep-water coral banks in the Mediterranean: 106-112
  • M. OLIVERIO, A. BARCO, A. RICHTER, and M. V. MODICA. The coralliophiline (Gastropoda: Muricidae) radiation: Repeated colonizations of the deep sea?: 113-120
  • G. S. HERBERT, G. P. DIETL, H. FORTUNATO, L. R. L. SIMONE, and J. SLIKO. Extremely slow feeding in a tropical drilling parasite, Vitularia salebrosa (King and Broderip, 1832) (Gastropoda: Muricidae), on molluscan hosts from Pacific Panama : 121-136
  • L. R. L. SIMONE, G. S. HERBERT, and D. MERLE. Unusual anatomy of the ectoparasitic muricid Vitularia salebrosa (King and Broderip, 1832) (Gastropoda: Muricidae) from the Pacific coast of Panama: 137-147
  • C. WESTLEY and K. BENKERDORFF. The distribution of precursors and biosynthetic enzymes required for Tyrian purple genesis in the hypobranchial gland, gonoduct, and egg masses of Dicathais orbita (Gmelin, 1791) (Neogastropoda: Muricidae): 148-153
  • P. W. LAFFY, K. BENKERDORFF, and C. A. ABBOTT. Trends in molluscan gene sequence similarity: An observation from genes expressed within the hypobranchial gland of Dicathais orbita (Gmelin, 1791) (Neogastropoda: Muricidae): 154-158
  • G. BIGATTI, C. J. M. SANCHEZ ANTELO, P. MILOSLAVICH, P. E. PENCHASZADEH. Feeding behavior of Adelomelon ancilla (Lightfoot, 1786): A predatory neogastropod (Gastropoda: Volutidae) in Patagonian benthic communities: 159-165
  • J. GIMÉNEZ, F. ARRIGHETTI, V. TESO, G. N. HERMIDA, S. ZABALA, and P. E. PENCHASZADEH. Sperm morphology of two marine neogastropods from the southwestern Atlantic Ocean (Caenogastropoda: Volutidae and Olividae): 166-171
  • P. E. PENCHASZADEH and M. E. SEGADE. Spawn characteristics in Adelomelon ferussacii (Donovan, 1824) (Gastropoda: Volutidae) from southern Patagonia, Argentina: 172-176
  • M. V. MODICA, A. R. KOSYAN, M. OLIVERIO. The relationships of the enigmatic gastropod Tritonoharpa (Neogastropoda): New data on early neogastropod evolution?: 177-188
  • G. PASTORINO. The genus Olivella Swainson, 1831 (Gastropoda: Olividae) in Argentine waters: 189-201
  • N. PUILLANDRE, S. SAMADI, M.-C. BOISSELIER, C. CRUAUD, and P. BOUCHET. Molecular data provide new insights on the phylogeny of the Conoidea (Neogastropoda): 202-210
  • R. E. GOLDING. Proboscis and foregut morphology of Ficus subintermedia (d’Orbigny, 1852) (Caenogastropoda: Ficidae): 211-219
  • E. F. GARCÍA. BOOK REVIEW: Marine Shells of Northeast Florida, by H. G. Lee: 220-222
  • NOTICE: 223
Volume 123 Number 2 (June 30, 2009)
  • J. D. WILLIAMS, A. E. BOGAN, and J. T. GARNER. A new species of freshwater mussel, Anodonta hartfieldorum (Bivalvia: Unionidae), from the Gulf Coastal Plain drainages of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi, USA: 25-33
  • F. P. OHLWEILER, D. J. G. MOTA, and S. R. GOMES. A new species of Belocaulus (Gastropoda: Veronicellidae) from southern and southeastern Brazil: 34-42
  • A. J. REFT and J. R. VOIGHT. Sensory structures on the siphons of wood-boring bivalves (Pholadidae: Xylophagainae: Xylophaga): 43-48
  • YU. I. KANTOR and G. PASTORINO. An unusual new genus and a new species of Buccinulidae (Neogastropoda) from the Magellanic Province: 49-52
  • J. SLAPCINSKY. A new species of Paryphantopsis (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Charopidae) from Crater Mountain, Simbu (Chimbu) Province, Papua New Guinea: 53-58
  • C. F. STURM. Juan José Parodiz (1911-2007): obituary and bibliography: 59-70
Volume 123 Number 1 (March 31, 2009)
  • D. G. ZELAYA and C. ITUARTE. A redefinition of Pseudokellya Pelseneer, 1903 (Bivalvia: Cyamiidae) and the description of a new species from the Southern Ocean: 1-8
  • J. D. TAYLOR, E. A. GLOVER, and S. T. WILLIAMS. Phylogenetic position of the bivalve family Cyrenoididae–removal from (and further dismantling of) the superfamily Lucinoidea: 9-13
  • D. F. MCALPINE, F. W. SCHUELER, J. E. MAUNDER, R. G. NOSEWORTHY, and M. C. SOLLOWS. Establishment and persistence of the copse snail, Arianta arbustorum (Linneaus, 1758) (Gastropoda: Helicidae) in Canada: 14-18
  • J. M. DÍAZ, F. GAST, and D. C. TORRES. RESEARCH NOTE: Rediscovery of a Caribbean living fossil: Pholadomya candida G. B. Sowerby I, 1823 (Bivalvia: Anomalodesmata: Pholadomyoidea): 19-20
  • F. G. THOMPSON, M. W. HEYN, and D. N. CAMPBELL. RESEARCH NOTE: Thiara scabra (O. F. Müller, 1774): The introduction of another Asian freshwater snail into the United States: 21-22
  • R. HOUART and C. HERTZ. ERRATUM: A review of Typhisopsis Jousseaume, 1880, and Typhisala Jousseaume, 1881 (Gastropoda: Muricidae) of the eastern Pacific: 23
  • NOTICE: 24

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