THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 48 (1934–1935)


Volume 48 Number 4 (April 24, 1935)
  • B. SHIMEK. The effect of pollution on mollusks in Iowa: 109–111
  • E. P. CHEATUM. Gastropods of the David Mountains vicinity in West Texas: 112–116
  • H. A. PILSBRY and A. A. OLSSON. New mollusks from the Panamic Province: 116–121
  • W. J. CLENCH. New races of Liguus from Florida and Cuba: 121–125
  • W. J. CLENCH. A new subgenus and a new species of Placostylus from the Solomon Islands: 126
  • H. A. REHDER. New Caribbean marine shells: 127–130
  • J. HENDERSON. West American species of Goniobasis, with descriptions of new forms: 130–134
  • H. B. BAKER. Jamaican land snails, 4: 135–140
  • D. T. JONES. Burrowing of snails: 140–142
  • Notes and news: 142–144
Volume 48 Number 3 (January 19, 1935)
  • J. L. BAILY, JR. The first Pacific conchologist: 73–75
  • W. J. EYERDAM. The red shell money of western Melanesia: 76–77
  • A. F. ARCHER. Ecology of the land Mollusca of Asheville, North Carolina: 77–83
  • H. B. BAKER. Jamaican land snails, 3: 83–88
  • S. S. BERRY. A further record of a chiton (Nuttallina) with nine valves: 89–90
  • G. D. HANNA and L. G. HERTLEIN. Longevity of Mitra in captivity: 90–91
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Western and southwestern Amnicolidae and a new Humboldtiana: 91–94
  • J. HENDERSON. West American species of Goniobasis with descriptions of new forms: 94–99
  • D. L. FOX. A biochemical method of internally cleaning small molluscan shells: 99–100
  • S. T. BROOKS. Apelxa hypnorum pilsbryi n. subsp.: 100
  • S. R. MAGRUDER. Record of a crystalline style in two fresh-water gastropods: 101–102
  • J. H. BLAKE. Edward Goss Humphrey: 103
  • Anon. Dr. Howard P. Bellows: 103–104
  • Notes and news: 104–108
Volume 48 Number 2 (October 15, 1934)
  • E. A. ANDREWS. Restoration of shell parts by the painted snail, Polymita picta Born: 37–43
  • H. N. LOWE. On the Sonoran side of the Gulf (concluded): 43–46
  • W. J. EYERDAM. Land and freshwater shells from the vicinity of Yakima, Washington: 46–48
  • A. F. ARCHER. The Polygyra tridentata complex (concluded): 49–53
  • H. A. PILSBRY and C. M. COOKE, JR. Notes on the nomenclature of Hawaiian Helicindae: 53–54
  • M. E. PINNEY and R. E. COKER. Terrestrial and fresh water gastropods of the Allegany State Park in New York State: 55–60
  • H. B. BAKER. Jamaican land snails, 2: 60–67
  • H. A. PILSBRY and H. N. LOWE. Some desert helices of the genus Micrarionta: 67–68
  • T. L. MCGINTY. A new Helicostyla from the Philippine Islands: 68–69
  • Notes and news: 69–71
  • Anon. The fourth annual meeting of the American Malacological Union: 72
Volume 48 Number 1 (July 10, 1934)
  • H. N. LOWE. On the Sonoran side of the Gulf: 1–4
  • F. BAKER. A conchological Rip Van Winkle: 5–6
  • H. B. BAKER. Jamaican land snails: 6–14
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Pliocene fresh-water fossils of the Kettleman Hills and neighboring Californian oil fields: 15–17
  • F. C. BAKER. New Lymnaeidae from the United States and Canada: I. California, Oregon and other western states: 17–20
  • A. F. ARCHER. The Polygyra tridentata complex: 20–26
  • S. R. MAGRUDER. Notes on the life history of Pleurocera canaliculatum undulatum Say: 26–28
  • B. H. WRIGHT. A new Florida pearly fresh-water mussel: 28–29
  • T. WILLARD. Boston Malacological Club: 29–31
  • D. L. EMERY. Charles Curry Allen: 31–33
  • Notes and news: 33
  • Publications received: 34–36


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