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 2 (1887–1888)
 

 
Volume 2 Number 9 (May 7, 1888)
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 109–110
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 110–111
  • S. H. WRIGHT. Notes on the Unionidae of Florida: 111–112
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Lyogyrus, Gill, and other American shells: 112–113
  • B. SHIMEK. Margaritana hildrethiana (Lea): 114
  • W. M. BEAUCHAMP. Notes on American shells: 114–115
  • G. W. TYRON, JR. A noted scientist dead: 115–116
  • Editorial notes: 117
  • J. M. JONES. The conchologist in Bermuda: 118
  • General notes: 119–120
  • H. A. PILSBRY and C. W. JOHNSON. An index to the Conchologists’ Exchange: i–x
Volume 2 Number 8 (March 26, 1888)
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 101–103
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 103–104
  • S. H. WRIGHT. Notes on the Unionidae of Florida: 104–105
  • Editorial notes: 106
  • J. KEEP. Cabinet notes: 107–108
  • General notes: 108
Volume 2 Number 7 (February 20, 1888)
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 89–90
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 90–93
  • E. V. COOPER. Andrew Garrett: 92–93
  • A. A. HINKLEY. Notes on the Strepomatidae of Illinois: 93–94
  • S. H. WRIGHT. Notes on the Unionidae of southern Florida: 95
  • C. T. SIMPSON. Gundlachia ancyliformis Pfr. in Florida: 96
  • Editorial notes: 97
  • W. W. WESTGATE. Distribution of shells: 98
  • General notes: 99–100
Volume 2 Number 6 (January 23, 1888)
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 77–79
  • C. F. ANCEY. Description of North American shells (continued): 79–80
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 80–81
  • Editorial notes: 82
  • C. T. SIMPSON. The dredge: 83–84
  • W. W. WESTGATE. Notes on Teredo: 84
  • General notes: 84–88
Volume 2 Number 5 (December 15, 1887)
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 61–63
  • C. F. ANCEY. Description of North American shells (continued): 63–64
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 65–67
  • S. H. WRIGHT. Notes upon the Unionidae of southern Florida: 67
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. The Gibraltar and Tangier forms of Parmacella: 67–68
  • Correspondence: 68-69
  • Editorial notes: 70
  • J. FORD. Some remarks on the migration of mollusks: 71–72
  • General notes: 72–76
Volume 2 Number 4 (November 5, 1887)
  • Editorial notes: 45
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 46–47
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 48–50
  • C. T. SIMPSON. On the distribution of land and fresh-water shells in the tropics (continued): 50–51
  • C. T. SIMPSON. On a new Floridian Natica: 51
  • C. T. SIMPSON. Shell collecting: 52–53
  • General notes: 54–60
Volume 2 Number 3 (October 13, 1889)
  • Editorial notes: 33
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 34–36
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 36–37
  • C. T. SIMPSON. On the distribution of land and fresh-water shells in the tropics: 37–38
  • C. F. ANCEY. Description of new genera or sub-genera of Helicidae (continued): 38–39
  • J. FORD. The fresh water mollusks of Fairmount Park: 39–41
  • General notes: 41–44
Volume 2 Number 2 (September 5, 1889)
  • Editorial notes: 17
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 18–20
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 20–21
  • C. F. ANCEY. On the generic name of a remarkable bivalve shell found in the Congo: 22
  • C. F. ANCEY. Description of new genera or sub-genera of Helicidae (continued): 22–23
  • J. FORD. The Succinea obliqua, Say, of Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, with some remarks regarding the relationship of Succinea totteniana, Lea: 23–24
  • Correspondence: 24–25
  • Publications received: 25–26
  • General notes: 25–32
Volume 2 Number 1 (August 10, 1889)
  • Editorial notes: 1
  • H. F. CARPENTER. The shell-bearing Mollusca of Rhode Island (continued): 2–3
  • W. A. MARSH. Brief notes on the land and fresh-water shells of Mercer Co., Ill. (continued): 4–5
  • C. F. ANCEY. A catalogue of the Bulimini found in central Asia: 5–6
  • J. FORD. Helices in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia: 7–8
  • G. W. MICHAEL, JR. On collecting and preserving chitons: 8
  • Correspondence: 9–10
  • General notes: 10–16


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