A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology


Contents of Volume 43 (1929–1930)

Volume 43 Number 4 (April 24, 1930)
  • J. HENDERSON. Ancient shell “trade routes”: 109–110
  • B. SHIMEK. Helicina (Hendersonia) occulta Say, again: 111–112
  • S. S. BERRY. Snails, new and otherwise, from the Palomar Mountains, California: 113–114
  • G. WILLETT. The micrariontas of the Indioensis group, with the description of a new subspecies: 115–116
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A new Colombian helicid snail of the genus Leptarionta: 116–117
  • D. T. JONES. Notes taken in the vicinity of Vinton, Iowa: 118–119
  • D. L. FRIZZELL. A new Pleistocene fossil from Port Blakely, Washington: 120–121
  • H. B. BAKER. New and problematic West American land snails: 121–128
  • W. B. MARSHALL. Type of Anodontites Bruguière: 128–130
  • O. OSWALD. Inheritance of direction of coil in Achatinella: 130–131
  • H. G. RICHARDS. Fossil mollusks and other invertebrates from the Hudson River Tunnel, New York and New Jersey: 131–132
  • E. G. VANATTA. Newfoundland shells: 133–134
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. A new Helicina from New Caledonia: 134–135
  • H. N. LOWE. Correspondence: 135–138
  • Notes and news: 138–143
  • Publications received: 143-144
Volume 43 Number 3 (January 15, 1930)
  • S. S. BERRY. Snail notes from the California desert: 73–75
  • W. J. CLENCH and A. F. ARCHER. A new species of Strophocheilus from Brazil: 75–77
  • J. HENDERSON. Fresh-water mollusks in brackish water and in marine and brackish-water formations: 77–79
  • A. MOZLEY. Further records of western Canadian Mollusca: 79–85
  • W. J. CLENCH and A. F. ARCHER. A new variety of Achatina panthera from Madagascar: 85–86
  • W. B. MARSHALL. Mollusks below Conowingo Dam, Maryland: 87–88
  • A. D. MERRICK. Some quantitative determinations of glochidia: 89–91
  • W. J. CLENCH. Physa and Bulinus of Mauritius: 92–93
  • V. STERKI. Sphaerium scopoli: Sulcastrum, new subgenus, and S. fallax, new species: 93–95
  • H. B. BAKER. New and problematic West American land-snails: 95–101
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Charles Johnson Maynard: 101–103
  • Notes and news: 103–105
  • Publications received: 105–108
Volume 43 Number 2 (October 17, 1929)
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Notes on the Pinchot South Sea Expedition: 37–38
  • S. S. BERRY. Three new snails from the hills of California: 39–40
  • J. P. E. MORRISON. On the occurrence of Hendersonia in Crawford County, Wisconsin: 41–45
  • DR. H. P. K. AGERSBORG. Factors in the evolution of the Prosobranchiate mollusc, Thais lapillus: 45–49
  • H. B. YOCOM and E. R. EDGE. The Pelecypoda of the Coos Bay Region, Oregon: 49–51
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. The genus Megaustenia: 51–54
  • A. M. WOODBURY. The snails of Zion National Park: 54–61
  • W. J. EYERDAM. The land snails of Kamchatka: 61–63
  • C. W. JOHNSON. The egg-capsules of Fasciolaria gigantea Kiener: 63
  • H. G. RICHARDS. Rare mollusks from New Jersey: 63–65
  • A. R. CAHN and J. T. KEMP. The terrestrial Mollusca of Turkey Run State Park, Indiana: 66–68
  • W. J. CLENCH. Concerning a policy: 69–70
  • Notes and news: 70–72
Volume 43 Number 1 (July 11, 1929)
  • C. GOODRICH. The pleurocerid fauna of the Falls of the Ohio: 1–17
  • W. J. CLENCH. Some new Liguus from the Florida Everglades: 18–21
  • L. W. WIEDEY. Some previously unpublished figures of type mollusks from California: 21–26
  • G. WILLETT. Description of two new species of molluscs from the West Coast of North America: 26–27
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Further notes on Donax fossor and Donax variabilis Say: 28–30
  • T. WILLARD. Boston Malacological Club: 30–31
  • MRS. E. P. CHACE. Conchological Club of Southern California: 31–33
  • Notes and news: 33–36

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