THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 33 (1919–1920)


Volume 33 Number 4 (April 20, 1920)
  • J. H. FERRISS. The Navajo Nation: 109–111
  • A. JACOT. On the marine Mollusca of Staten Island, N. Y.: 111–115
  • G. H. CLAPP. Vitrea (Paravitrea) multidentata and lamellidens: 115–118
  • J. HENDERSON. The nomenclature and systematic positions of some North American fossils and recent mollusks. II: 118–122
  • F. C. BAKER. A new Planorbis from Illinois: 123–125
  • F. C. BAKER. A new form of Amnicola from the Ohio Pleistocene deposits with notes on a Physa from the same formation: 125–127
  • L. G. FRIERSON. Lasmigona viridis, Rafinesque, 1820: 127–130
  • S. S. BERRY. Turritidae vs. Turridae: 130–133
  • J. R. LE B. TOMLIN. On certain of Link¬ís names in the Mitridae: 133–134
  • I. S. OLDROYD. New species of West Coast shells: 135–136
  • G. H. CLAPP. Herbert Huntington Smith: 136–141
  • Notes: 141–142
  • Publications received: 142–144
Volume 33 Number 3 (January 22, 1920)
  • C. GOODRICH. Goniobases of Ohio: 73–74
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Some large specimens of Argonauta: 74–76
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Some Auriculidae and Planorbidae from Panama: 76–79
  • A. A. HINKLEY. Guatemalan notes: 79–80
  • V. STERKI. Some notes on Philomycus: 80–83
  • W. F. CLAPP. The shell of Philomycus carolinianus (Bosc.): 83–89
  • J. J. GOUVEIA. Climatic conditions as indicated by land shells on the island of Oahu: 89–92
  • J. M. OSTERGAARD. A new Cypraea from Hawaii: 92–93
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Review of the Thysanophora plagioptycha group: 93–96
  • E. G. VANATTA. Land shells of Maine: 96-99
  • B. WALKER. Ancylus obscurus Haldeman and species referred to it: 99–103
  • W. H. DALL. A new species of Mitra from California: 103
  • J. HENDERSON. Changes in western molluscan faunas: 103–105
  • Notes: 105–106
  • Publications received: 106–108
Volume 33 Number 2 (November 6, 1919)
  • J. H. FERRISS. Along the Mexican border, 1919: 37–44
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Notes on the species of Fasciolaria of the Southeastern United States: 44–48
  • S. S. BERRY. Three new alpine vertigos from California: 48–52
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A new Californian Micrarionta: 53
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A new Chinese Clausilia: 53–54
  • J. J. GOUVEIA: A collecting trip on the island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, by the Gulick Natural History Club: 54–58
  • H. C. HIGGINS. A new variety of Oliva sericea miniacea: 58–59
  • F. TABLEMAN. Collecting in the vicinity of Newark, New Jersey: 59–61
  • C. R. ORCUTT. Shells of La Jolla, California: 62–67
  • E. G. VANATTA. Land shells of Laurel Springs, New Jersey: 67–68
  • Publications received: 68–70
  • Notes: 70–72
Volume 33 Number 1 (July 16, 1919)
  • C. W. JOHNSON. An old collecting ground revisited: 1–8
  • G. H. CLAPP. New land shells from Alabama and Tennessee: 8–10
  • W. H. DALL. A new form of Ampullaria: 10–11
  • F. C. BAKER. A new species of Physa from New York State: 11–13
  • A. A. HINKLEY. Mollusca found in the vicinity of Dubois, Illinois: 14–17
  • E. G. VANATTA. Land shells of southern Florida: 18
  • H. A. PILSBRY and J. H. FERRISS. New land snails collected by the Ferriss and Hinkley Expedition of 1919: 19–21
  • G. WILLETT. Mollusca of Forrester Island, Alaska. Univalves (continued): 21–28
  • W. F. CLAPP. A new Camaena from the Philippine Islands: 28–30
  • Notes: 31–32
  • Publications received: 32–36


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