THE NAUTILUS
  A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

Contents of Volume 5 (1891–1892)
 

 
Volume 5 Number 12 (April 17, 1892)
  • W. B. MARSHALL. Notes on the colonization of fresh-water shells: 133–134
  • W. H. DALL. On an undescribed Cytherea from the Gulf of Mexico: 134–135
  • V. STERKI. A few observations concerning death of fresh water Mollusca: 135–136
  • N. BANKS. The land Mollusca of the Cayuga Lake Valley: 137–139
  • T. W. VAUGHAN. A few queries and notes: 139–140
  • W. J. FARRER. Mortality in mussels at Orange, VA: 141
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Littoral land shells of New Jersey: 141–142
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Preliminary notices of new forms of fresh water mollusks: 142–143
  • General notes: 143–144
Volume 5 Number 11 (March 25, 1892)
  • R. E. C. STEARNS. In memoriam - Dr. Wesley Newcomb: 121–124
  • B. H. WRIGHT. A new Florida Unio: 124–125
  • W. H. DALL. On the species of Donax of eastern North America: 125–127
  • C. C. ADAMS. Mollusks as cat-fish food: 127–128
  • Publications received: 128–132
Volume 5 Number 10 (February 5, 1892)
  • T. W. VAUGHAN. Mollusks of Dorcheat Bayou and Lake Bisteneau, Louisiana: 109–111
  • J. J. RIVERS. A new volutoid shell from Monterey Bay; 111–112
  • G. W. DEAN. More about Unio luteolus and U. radiatus: 112–113
  • Anonymous. Additional U.S. Fissurellidae: 113
  • W. M. WOOD. Paludina japonica Mart. for sale in the San Francisco Chinese markets: 114–115
  • H. W. WINKLEY. Do Mollusca show change of climate in New England?: 115–116
  • Anonymous. Antipodean oysters: 116–118
  • General notes: 118–119
  • New publications: 120
Volume 5 Number 9 (January 14, 1892)
  • W. H. DALL. On some types new to the fauna of the Galapagos Islands: 97–99
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A new species of zonites from Arkansas: 99
  • V. STERKI. Some notes on North American forms of Vallonia: 100–101
  • W. J. RAYMOND. Limax agrestis Linn. in California: 101–102
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Catalogue of Fissurellidae of the United States: 103–107
  • General notes: 107–108
Volume 5 Number 8 (December 9, 1891)
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Acmaea candeana vs. Acmaea antillarum: 85–86
  • C. T. SIMPSON. Notes on Unionidae: 86–88
  • H. A. PILSBRY. On the use of the generic name Scutellina: 88–89
  • W. S. STRODE. Destruction of Anodonta corpulenta Cpr. at Thompson’s Lake, Ill.: 89-90
  • V. STERKI. On the byssus of Unionidae. II: 90–91
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A new species of Leucorhynchia: 91
  • G. W. TAYLOR. Land shells of Vancouver Island: 91-92
  • G. W. TAYLOR. Limax agrestis Linn. on the Pacific Coast: 92–93
  • General notes: 93–95
  • Anonymous. Obituary. Dr. John Clarkson Jay: 95–96
Volume 5 Number 7 (November 18, 1891)
  • V. STERKI. A byssus in Unio: 73–74
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Critical notes on eastern Texas Unionidae: 74–77
  • G. W. DEAN. On the distinguishing characters of Unio radiatus and Unio luteolus: 77–78
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A new Japanese limpet: 79–80
  • Anonymous. Donations to United States collection: 80–82
  • Notes and exchanges: 82–84
Volume 5 Number 6 (October 18, 1891)
  • W. S. STRODE. Mollusks of Spoon River, Ill.: 60–63
  • H. W. WINKLEY. Local variation: 63–65
  • W. H. RUSH. List of species collected on the islands St. Thomas, St. Kitts, Barbados, Jamaica, and at Pensacola, Florida; with prefatory notes: 65–70
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. Synopsis of the principal varieties of Agriolimax agrestis: 70–71
  • Notes and exchanges: 71-72
Volume 5 Number 5 (September 17, 1891)
  • W. H. RUSH. List of shells collected on Fayal Islands, Azores; and on Madeira Islands; with prefatory notes: 49–52
  • W. M. BEAUCHAMP. Notes on familiar mollusks: 52–53
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. A note on Mr. Pilsbry’s “Article IV”: 53–54
  • W. M. WOOD and W. T. RAYMOND. Mollusks of San Francisco County: 54–58
  • H. E. DORE. Mollusks in the Portland, Oregon, market: 58–59
  • American Association of Conchologists: 60
Volume 5 Number 4 (August 19, 1891)
  • H. A. PILSBRY. On Helix harfordiana Cooper, and other shells: 39–42
  • W. H. DALL. On some marine mollusks from the southern coast of Brazil: 42–44
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Note on Pupa muscorum Linne.: 45–46
  • Notes and exchanges: 46–48
Volume 5 Number 3 (July 10, 1891)
  • R. E. C. STEARNS. Edible shell notes, for The Nautilus: 25–26
  • W. H. DALL. On a new subgenus of Meretrix, with descriptions of two new species from Brazil: 26–29
  • W. A. MARSH. Descriptions of two new species of Unio from Florida: 29–30
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. The slugs of British Columbia: 30–32
  • C. W. JOHNSON. List of land and fresh-water Mollusca collected in Jamaica: 32–34
  • American Association of Conchologists: 35–36
Volume 5 Number 2 (June 17, 1891)
  • C. T. SIMPSON. On the means of distribution of Unionidae in the southeastern United States: 15–16
  • A. BROT. Paludomus palawanicus, n. sp.: 17–18
  • Anonymous. Terebratulina (unguicula Cpr. var?) Kiiensis, Dall and Pilsbry: 18–19
  • A. P. BROWN. On the young of Baculites compressus Say: 19–21
  • H. A. PILSBRY. On the genus Tebennophorus Binney, or Philomycus, Raf. (continued): 21–23
  • General notes: 23–24
Volume 5 Number 1 (May 19, 1891)
  • W. A. MARSH. Description of two new species of Unio, from Arkansas: 1–2
  • R. E. C. STEARNS. Edible mollusks, etc., here and there: 2–4
  • H. A. PILSBRY. On the genus Tebennophorus Binney, or Philomycus, Raf.: 4–8
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Preliminary notices of new Mexican shells: 8–10
  • W. M. DALL. Description of a new species of Hyalina: 10–11
  • General notes: 11–13


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