THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 36 (1922–1923)


Volume 36 Number 4 (April 14, 1923)
  • C. T. SIMPSON. An expedition that failed: 109–115
  • C. GOODRICH. Variations in Goniobasis edgariana Lea: 115–119
  • H. A. PILSBRY and E. G. VANATTA. Ashmunella hebardi, a new snail from the Hacheta Grande Mountains, New Mexico: 119–120
  • C. F. MANT. Mollusca from the dredging operations at Kewalo Harbor, Honolulu, 1921: 120–123
  • F. C. BAKER. A new Anodontoides from Wisconsin: 123–125
  • F. C. BAKER. Description of a new Lymnaea from Yellowstone Park: 125–126
  • L. S. FRIERSON. Inhabitants of a natural aquarium: 126–129
  • A. E. ORTMANN. The anatomy and taxonomy of certain Unioninae and Anodontinae from the gulf drainage (continued): 129–132
  • H. A. PILSBRY and E. G. VANATTA. Correction of the name of Drillia roseobasis P. and V.: 132
  • H. P. K. AGERSBORG. Notes on a new Cladohepatic nudibranch from Friday Harbor, Washington: 133–138
  • R. A. COLEMAN. Efforts to acclimatize Atlantic oyster and soft clam in the Hawaiian Islands: 138–139
  • Publications received: 139–142
  • Notes: 143–144
Volume 36 Number 3 (January 22, 1923)
  • A. E. ORTMANN. The anatomy and taxonomy of certain Unioninae and Anodontinae from the Gulf Drainage: 73–84
  • H. B. BAKER. Proserpinidae: 84–85
  • H. H. V. W. K. AGERSBORG. A critique of professor Harold HeathÂ’s Chioraera dalli, with special reference to the use of the foot in the nudibranchiate mollusk, Melibe leonina Gould: 86–96
  • N. M. GRIER and J. F. MUELLER. Notes on the naiad fauna of the Upper Mississippi River. II. The naiades of the Upper Mississippi Drainage (continued): 96–103
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Silas C. Wheat: 103–104
  • Notes: 104–106
  • Publications received: 106–108
Volume 36 Number 2 (October 7, 1922)
  • H. A. PILSBRY and C. M. COOKE. Land shells of Vancouver Island: 37–38
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Description of a new Zonitoides: 38–39
  • V. STERKI. Some notes on minute Pisidia: 39–41
  • L. S. FRIERSON. Observations on the genus Margaritana with a new sub-genus: 42–44
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. Variation in Mollusca of the Madeira Islands: 44–46
  • N. M. GRIER and J. F. MUELLER. Notes on the naiad fauna of the Upper Mississippi River. II. The naiades of the Upper Mississippi Drainage: 46–49
  • P. S. REMINGTON, JR. Rambles of a midshipman II: 49–52
  • R. L. BARNEY. An indication of the value of artificial propagation of pearly mussels: 53–58
  • W. H. DALL. Two new bivalves from Argentina: 58–59
  • A. JACOT. Review of marine Mollusca found about New York City: 59–61
  • J. H. BOWLES. Notes on snails destroying creepers and their eggs: 61–62
  • Publications received: 62–71
  • Notes: 71–72
Volume 36 Number 1 (July 24, 1922) [issue mislabeled as vol. 35]
  • A. E. ORTMANN and B. WALKER. A new genus and species of American naiades: 1–6
  • L. S. FRIERSON. Observations on the genera Leila and Anodontites: 7–10
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Fossil shells from the St. Lucie Canal, Florida: 10–11
  • G. D. HANNA. The status of Helix oregonensis Lea: 12–14
  • H. B. BAKER. Aperostomatinae: 14–16
  • H. A. PILSBRY and C. M. COOKE. The identity of Helix depressiformis and H. prostrata Pease: 17
  • F. W. KELSEY. Collecting on an abalone: 17–18
  • F. C. BAKER. New species and varieties of Mollusca from Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin, with new records from this state: 19–21
  • F. C. BAKER. New lymnaeas from Wisconsin and Minnesota with notes on shells from the latter state: 22–25
  • W. B. MARSHALL. A large Quadrula heros Say: 25–27
  • W. H. DALL. Note on Fenella A. Adams: 27–28
  • E. S. MORSE. An abnormal shell of Mya arenaria: 28–30
  • F. C. BAKER. Jeanette M. Cooke: 30–31
  • Notes: 31–34
  • Publications received: 34–36


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