THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 46 (1932–1933)


Volume 46 Number 4 (April 25, 1933)
  • H. N. LOWE. The cruise of the Petrel (continued): 109–115
  • H. A. PILSBRY and C. G. AGUAYO. Marine and freshwater mollusks new to the fauna of Cuba: 116–123
  • E. P. and E. M. CHACE. Field notes on chitons of Crescent City, California: 123–124
  • W. J. EYERDAM. A biological collecting excursion to the Aleutian Islands: 124–128
  • A. F. GRAY. Charles Willison Johnson, 1863–1932: 129–134
  • S. T. BROOKS, PH. D. Dr. Victor Sterki, 1846–1933: 134–136
  • L. S. FRIERSON. John K. Strecker: 136–137
  • Publications received: 137–139
  • Notes and news: 139–144
Volume 46 Number 3 (January 25, 1933)
  • H. N. LOWE. The cruise of the Petrel: 73–76
  • G. M. GRAY. Observations on Montacuta percompressa Dall: 76–79
  • G. D. HANNA and A. G. SMITH. Two new species of Monadenia from northern California: 79–86
  • W. J. CLENCH and A. F. ARCHER. Two new land shells from the southern Appalachians: 86–91
  • W. J. CLENCH. A new Liguus from Florida: 91–92
  • E. A. ANDREWS. Eggs of Ampullaria in Jamaica: 93–97
  • R. V. CHAMBERLAIN. Observations on Stagnicola kingi (Meek), living and extinct: 97–100
  • C. H. BLAKE. Distribution of gastropods in the Muddy River - September, 1932: 100–101
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A South African Conulinus: 101–102
  • Notes and news: 102–108
  • Anon. Tom Shaw Oldroyd: 108
Volume 46 Number 2 (October 22, 1932)
  • Anon. Charles Williston Johnson, 1863–1932: 37
  • C. GOODRICH. The true position of Bruguière’s Bulimus carinatus: 38–40
  • A. F. ARCHER. A redefinition of Polygyra albolabris major: 40–43
  • L. G. HERTLEIN. Mollusks and barnacles from Malpelo and Cocos Islands: 43–45
  • W. B. MARSHALL. Limpets bored by Natica?: 45–47
  • F. C. BAKER. A new race of Polygyra appressa from Illinois: 48–49
  • H. A. PILSBRY and H. N. LOWE. New West American species of Bulimulus and Nassa: 49–52
  • C. L. FENTON. A parasitic brachiopod: 52–54
  • S. T. BROOKS, PH. D. Polygyra platysayoides nov. spec. : 54–55
  • E. G. BERRY. The rediscovery of Oreohelix haydeni (Gabb): 56–58
  • W. J. CLENCH and G. S. BANKS. Land shells collected in southwestern North Carolina: 58–59
  • A. MOZLEY. Notes on western Canadian Mollusca - Planorbis campanulatus wisconsinensis Winslow: 59–62
  • M. SMITH. New Philippine Island land shells: 62–65
  • T. L. MCGINTY. A new Mindoro land shell: 65
  • T. WILLARD. Boston Malacological Club: 66–67
  • Publications received: 67–68
  • Notes and News: 68–72
Volume 46 Number 1 (July 23, 1932)
  • Anon. The second annual meeting of the American Malacological Union: 1–3
  • J. HENDERSON. The range of Polygyra and of Goniobasis in California: 4–6
  • F. C. BAKER. New species and varieties of Helisoma and Gyraulus from Canada: 6–9
  • E. K. JORDAN. A new species of Crassatellites from the Gulf of California: 9–10
  • A. G. SMITH and E. P. and E. M. CHACE. Helminthoglypta arrosa mailliardi Pilsbry in Oregon and California: 11–14
  • W. J. CLENCH and G. S. BANKS. Descriptions of some land snails of southwestern North Carolina: 14–19
  • W. H. FLUCK. Valvata simplex Gould: 19–22
  • E. A. ANDREWS. Some habits of a Cuban snail, Polymita picta Born: 22–27
  • A. M. STRONG. An overlooked Arca from southern California: 27–29
  • H. J. VAN CLEAVE. Studies on snails of the genus Pleurocera. I. The eggs and egg laying habits: 29-34
  • C. W. JOHNSON. Truman Heminway Aldrich: 34–35
  • Notes and News: 35–36


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