A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology


Contents of Volume 47 (1933–1934)

Volume 47 Number 4 (May 4, 1934)
  • H. A. PILSBRY and E. G. VANATTA. Melongena corona and its races: 117–121
  • A. PFLUEGER. A new variety of Liguus: 121–122
  • J. HENDERSON. Notes on western Lymnaeidae: 122–124
  • H. V. SCHALIE. Lampsilis jonesi, a new naiad from southeastern Alabama: 125–127
  • R. L. COLLINS. Psammodulus, a new Middle Miocene modulid from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Mexico: 127–130
  • D. A. WELCH. New Cuban land shells from Oriente and Camaguey Provinces: 130–135
  • T. IREDALE. Abnormal loricates: The earliest American record: 136
  • A. M. STRONG. A new Californian Pseudochama: 137
  • A. F. ARCHER. The land mollusks of Mackinac Island, Michigan: 138–140
  • F. C. BAKER. Two new races and a new species of Helisoma from California: 140–142
  • W. J. CLENCH. A new subspecies of Oliva reticularis from southern Florida: 142–143
  • S. T. BROOKS. William Elliott Burnett, 1872–1933: 143–144
  • Publications received: 144–146
  • Notes and news: 146–151
  • Anon. The American Malacological Union
Volume 47 Number 3 (January 26, 1934)
  • H. A. PILSBRY and H. N. LOWE. West American Chamidae, Periploma and Glycymeris: 81–86
  • J. HENDERSON. Some western fresh water mollusks: 86–91
  • U. S. GRANT and E. H. QUAYLE. A new Middle Miocene Neptunea from California: 91–93
  • J. ZETEK. A new Drymaeus from Barro Colorado Island, Panama Canal Zone: 93–94
  • B. H. WRIGHT. New Florida pearly mussels: 94–95
  • S. T. BROOKS, PH. D. and B. W. BROOKS, M. A. A new colony of Helix nemoralis, with some observations on their color: 96–100
  • W. J. EYERDAM. Invertebrate remains dug from kitchen middens of an old Aleut Stone Age village near Dutch Harbor, Alaska: 100–103
  • G. WILLETT. Two new cingulas from Alaska: 103–104
  • D. A. WELCH. New Cuban land shells from Oriente and Camaguey Provinces: 104–108
  • T. WILLARD. Boston Malacological Club: 108–110
  • H. R. HILL. Robert Haines Tremper: 110–111
  • Notes: 111–112
  • Publications received: 113–116
Volume 47 Number 2 (November 1, 1933)
  • H. N. LOWE. At the head of the Gulf of California: 44–47
  • H. J. VAN CLEAVE. Studies on snails of the genus Pleurocera II. The young of P. acuta: 48–49
  • E. A. ANDREWS. Neritina virginea in Town Creek at Montego Bay, Jamaica, B.W. I.: 50–51
  • V. D. P. SPICER. Report on a colony of Haminoea at Ballast Point, San Diego, California: 52–54
  • M. D. BURKENROAD. Pteropoda from Louisiana: 54–57
  • H. G. RICHARDS. New varieties of Melongena and Gyrineum: 57–58
  • F. C. BAKER. A new form of Polygyra tridentata from Illinois: 58–59
  • H. A. PILSBRY and C. M. COOKE, JR. Notes on the land snail family Tornatellinidae: 59–62
  • L. G. HERTLEIN. Three preoccupied names in the Pectinidae: 62–64
  • C. G. AGUAYO. On the synonymy and distribution of Planorbis anatinus Orbigny: 64–68
  • M. O. DE BOE. A new color form of Liguus from a new area of the Florida Everglades: 68–69
  • G. S. BANKS. Mesomphix (Micromphix) subplanus planus, subsp. Nov.: 70
  • W. J. CLENCH. Surinamia, a new ampullariid from Dutch Guiana: 71–72
  • W. B. MARSHALL. The pedal protractor muscle scar in shells of naiads: 72–76
  • Notes: 76–80
Volume 47 Number 1 (June 16, 1933)
  • J. HENDERSON. Mollusca of the Yellowstone Park, Teton Park and Jackson Hole Region: 1–3
  • F. C. BAKER. Polygyra dorfeuilliana and Bulimulus dealbatus in Illinois: 4–7
  • C. GOODRICH. Mollusks of Moose Factory: 7–9
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Amnicolidae from Wyoming and Oregon: 9–12
  • S. S. BERRY. Three new polygyrid snails from California: 12–16
  • E. G. VANATTA. Texas shells: 16–17
  • B. H. WRIGHT. A new species of Florida Unio: 17–18
  • A. F. ARCHER. A new variety of Viviparus contectoides (W. G. Binn) from Jackson Co., Florida: 18–20
  • H. A. REHDER. A new Succinea from Florida: 20–21
  • W. J. CLENCH and C. G. AGUAYO. A new fossil, Cepolis from Cuba: West Indian mollusks No. 6: 21-22
  • W. J. CLENCH. Two new land snails from the Bismarck Archipelago: 23–24
  • R. V. CHAMBERLAIN and E. BERRY. Mollusks of the Pliocene deposits at Colllinston, Utah: 25–29
  • T. K. CHAMBERLAIN. Ages and shell measurements of two large specimens of Megalonaias gigantea (Barnes): 29–30
  • F. C. BAKER and J. HENDERSON. A new Stagnicola from Montana: 30–31
  • J. L. BAILY, JR and R. I. BAILY. A new species of Lymnaea from Oregon: 33–34
  • Notes: 34–37
  • I. C. ROBERTSON. The third annual meeting of the American Malacological Union: 37–40
  • List of members of the American Malacological Union: 40–44

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