THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 42 (1928–1929)


Volume 42 Number 4 (April 11, 1929)
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Neverita reclusiana (Desh.) and its allies: 109–113
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Cyphoxis rafinesque, a cretaceous taxodont identical with Idonearca Conrad: 113–114
  • C. GOODRICH. The nomenclature of ecological varieties: 114–118
  • J. HENDERSON. Some fossil fresh-water Mollusca from Washington and Oregon: 119–123
  • R. V. CHAMBERLIN and E. BERRY. Notes of the Mollusca of southeastern Utah: 123–125
  • E. D. CRABB. Egg laying and birth of young in three species of Viviparidae: 125–129
  • H. G. RICHARDS. Freshwater snails in brackish water: 129–130
  • F. C. BAKER. Mollusca from Vermilion and Pelican Lakes, Minnesota, with the description of a new variety of Helisoma corpulenta (continued): 131–136
  • H. B. BAKER. Nomenclature in the genus Vitrina: 137–139
  • Notes and news: 139–143
  • Publications received: 143–144
Volume 42 Number 3 (January 15, 1929)
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. The genus Placostylus in New Caledonia: 73–78
  • H. A. PILSBRY. New Cuban species of Caracolus: 78–80
  • J. HENDERSON. Some new forms of non-marine Mollusca from Oregon and Washington: 80–82
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Are certain marine pelecypods becoming locally extinct?: 82–86
  • H. B. BAKER. New southern Appalachian land snails: 86–93
  • H. S. COLTON. Fossil fresh water shells from Winona, Coconino County, Arizona: 93–94
  • F. C. BAKER. Mollusca from Vermilion and Pelican Lakes, Minnesota, with the description of a new variety of Helisoma corpulenta: 95–97
  • D. A. WELCH. Some operculate snails from northwestern Camaguey, Cuba: 98
  • I. S. OLDROYD. Description of a new Coralliophila: 98–99
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. A new snail from Catalina Island, California: 99–100
  • K. F. MEYER. Mussel poisoning in California: 100–101
  • W. J. CLENCH. Manly D. Barber: 101–102
  • Notes: 102–105
  • Publications received: 105–108
Volume 42 Number 2 (October 25, 1928)
  • G. WILLETT. Notes on some Pacific Coast Acteocinas, with descriptions of one new subspecies: 37–38
  • O. O. NYLANDER. Acmaea testudinalis Müll. in Cabscook Bay, Eastport, Maine: 38–39
  • J. R. B. TOMLIN. On Engina zonata of Gray and of Reeve: 40
  • P. BARTSCH. Odostomia (Ividella) mariae, new species: 41–42
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Helix nemoralis L. in Ontario: 42–43
  • H. B. BAKER. North American Veronicellidae: 43–48
  • F. C. BAKER. The Mollusca of Chautauqua Lake, New York, with descriptions of a new variety of Ptychobranchus and of Helisoma: 48–60
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Sherwood Raymond Roberts, 1845–1928: 60–61
  • R. MEANWELL. Henry Clifden Burnup, born April 21, 1852, died April 23, 1928: 62–63
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Dr. Antoni J. Wagner: 63
  • J. HENDERSON. Correspondence: 64–65
  • Notes: 65–69
  • Publications received: 69–72
Volume 42 Number 1 (July 14, 1928)
  • A. M. STRONG. Notes on microscopic shells from Newport Bay, California: 1–4
  • N. M. TEGLAND. Pitaria ida, a new recent species from Sitka, Alaska: 4–6
  • C. W. JOHNSON. A review of certain species of the Olividae: 6–13
  • A. MOZLEY. New records of western Canadian Mollusca: 13–18
  • A. MOZLEY. Note on some fresh water Mollusca inhabiting temporary ponds in western Canada: 19–20
  • E. G. VANATTA. Land shells of Alachua Co., northeastern Florida: 20–21
  • W. B. MARSHALL. Strophocheilus (Borus) globosus Martens: 21–22
  • V. STERKI. Sphaeriidae, Palearctic and Nearctic - II: 23–27
  • C. GOODRICH. The group of Goniobasis catenaria: 28–32
  • H. A. PILSBRY. William D. Averell: 33
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Fred L. Button: 33–34
  • T. WILLARD. The Boston Malacological Club: 34–35
  • Notes: 35-36


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