THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 45 (1931–1932)


Volume 45 Number 4 (April 9, 1932)
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Some notes on the New England species of Tellina: 109–111
  • W. J. CLENCH. Thomas Say - His first paper on mollusks: 112
  • H. N. LOWE. On four new species of Epitonium from western Central America: 113–115
  • D. T. JONES. Mollusks in the vicinity of Yankton, South Dakota: 115–118
  • G. D. HANNA. A protest against the use of “Navicula” for a group of Mollusca: 118–120
  • H. P. K. AGERSBORG. The relation of temperature to continuous reproduction in the pulmonate snail Physa gyrina Say: 121–123
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A misidentified lower Californian snail: 124–125
  • C. M. COOKE, JR. The genus Armsia: 125–126
  • U. S. GRANT. Notes on Acar Gray: 127–128
  • H. REHDER. Two new polygyras from northern Arkansas: 128–131
  • W. O. GREGG. Lymnaea (Fossaria) perplexa in southern California: 131–132
  • J. HENDERSON. Carinifex jacksonensis, new species, from Wyoming: 133–134
  • G. WILLETT. A new Helminthoglypta from Monterey County, California: 134–135
  • Notes and news: 136–141
  • Publications received: 141–143
  • Washington meeting of the American Malacological Union: 144
Volume 45 Number 3 (January 9, 1932)
  • H. N. LOWE. Shell collecting in west Central America: 73–82
  • H. B. BAKER. New land snails from Idaho and eastern Oregon: 82–87
  • C. DE LA TORRE. Some new Cuban Urocoptis: 88–89
  • C. DE LA TORRE and W. J. CLENCH. West Indian mollusks No. 2 - New Cuban cerions: 89–91
  • C. G. AGUAYO. New species of Opisthosiphon from eastern Cuba: 91–96
  • C. G. AGUAYO. Two new Cuban Urocoptis: 96–98
  • W. J. CLENCH and C. G. AGUAYO. West Indian mollusks No. 3 - Two new subspecies of Cuban Liguus: 98–100
  • G. WILLETT. A new chiton from southern California: 101–102
  • M. SMITH. Notes upon Philippine land shells with descriptions of new forms: 102–104
  • Notes and news: 104–106
  • Publications received: 107–108
Volume 45 Number 2 (October 14, 1931)
  • A. F. GRAY. William Greene Binney: 37–41
  • C. GOODRICH. Some conchological beginnings: 41–47
  • W. O. GREGG. Two new helicoids from Los Angeles County, California: 47–51
  • H. N. LOWE. What is Roperia roperi Dall? With notes on Turridae and Columbellidae: 51–52
  • H. N. LOWE. Note on the west coast Zirfaea: 51–52
  • J. R. L. B. TOMLIN. On the name Mitra lineata: 53–55
  • W. B. MARSHALL. Monocondylaea costulata Moricand: 55–58
  • S. T. BROOKS, PH.D. The gastropod family Pleuroceridae in Pennsylvania: 58–64
  • G. WILLETT. Three new marine mollusks from Catalina Island, California: 64–67
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A new race of Neritina reclivata Say: 67–68
  • H. A. PILSBRY and J. ZETEK. A Panamic Cyrenoida: 69
  • A. M. STRONG. Further notes on Epitonium fallaciosum: 70–71
  • Notes and news: 71–72
Volume 45 Number 1 (July 13, 1931)
  • Anon. The American Malacological Union: 1–5
  • C. W. JOHNSON. New fossil species of the genus Epitonium from South Carolina: 6–10
  • W. J. CLENCH. “Ligging” in the Everglades of Florida: 10–16
  • W. B. MARSHALL. Ruganodontites, a new subgenus of South American pearly, fresh-water mussels: 16–20
  • H. A. PILSBRY and S. C. FIELD. Description of a new desert helicid snail: 20–21
  • G. D. HANNA and A. G. SMITH. Notes on Acmaea funiculata (Carpenter): 21–25
  • T. WILLARD. Boston Malacological Club: 25–27
  • Notes and news: 27–34
  • Publications received: 34–36


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