A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology


Contents of Volume 51 (1937–1938)

Volume 51 Number 4 (April 21, 1938)
  • W. J. CLENCH. A new species of Oliva from Santo Domingo, with notes on other marine forms: 109–114
  • H. BEQUAERT and W. J. CLENCH. A new subspecies of Solaropsis gibboni from Brazil: 115
  • H. A. PILSBRY. On the history and status of Lora Gistel: 115–118
  • W. O. GREGG. Pecten pugentensis at Newport Bay, California: 118–119
  • C. C. CHURCH and A. G. SMITH. A giant race of Helminthoglypta from Tulare Co., California: 119–122
  • W. J. EYERDAM. Extended ranges of north Pacific shells: 122–126
  • F. C. BAKER. New land and freshwater Mollusca from the Upper Pliocene of Kansas and a new species of Gyraulus from Early Pleistocene strata: 126–131
  • L. HUBRICHT. A new Anguispira from Kentucky: 131
  • H. VAN DER SCHALIE. On the occurrence of Helix lactea Müller in North America: 132–134
  • H. VAN DER SCHALIE. Remarks on some of Dr. Paul Bartsch’s experiments: 134–135
  • A. F. ARCHER. A new species of Polygyra from the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina: 135–137
  • J. OUGHTON. Notes on Hygromia striolata (Pfr.) at Toronto, Canada: 137–140
  • H. E. WHEELER. Additional data on copies of Say’s American Conchology: 140–141
  • Anon. Dr. Emmet Rixford: 141–142
  • W. J. CLENCH. Robert Swift: 142–143
  • Notes and news: 143–144
Volume 51 Number 3 (January 18, 1938)
  • H. A. PILSBRY and T. MCGINTY. Review of Florida Chamidae: 73–79
  • A. G. SMITH. Three new subspecies of Helminthoglypta arrosa (Gould): 79–85
  • H. B. BAKER. Nomenclature of Onchidiidae: 85–88
  • M. SMITH. Further notes upon tertiary and recent mollusks from Florida, with descriptions of new species: 88–91
  • H. E. WHEELER. Notes on American Conchology by Thomas Say, with special reference to the seventh part, edited by T. A. Conrad: 91–97
  • T. D. A. COCKERELL. Junius Henderson: 97–99
  • W. J. EYERDAM. Extended ranges of seventy-five species of north Pacific shells collected by Walter J. Eyerdam and Ingvard Norberg: 100–104
  • Notes and news: 104–108
Volume 51 Number 2 (October 22, 1937)
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Aurinia torrei, a new Cuban volute: 37–38
  • H. C. FULTON. Notes on the recent Spondylus of Florida: 38–39
  • E. A. ANDREWS. A dense aggregation of snails: 39–42
  • H. E. WHEELER. Notes on American Conchology by Thomas Say, with special reference to the seventh part edited by T. A. Conrad: 43–50
  • H. J. VAN CLEAVE and T. D. FOSTER. The seasonal life history of a land snail, Polygyra thyroidus (Say): 50–54
  • A. M. STRONG. A new Turbonilla from Monterey Bay, California: 54–55
  • A. F. ARCHER. Some land mollusks of three counties in eastern Ohio: 55–60
  • E. P. CHACE. A new race of Helminthogypta traski from lower California: 60–61
  • A. F. ARCHER. Helix pomatia Linné in Jackson, Michigan: 61–63
  • W. J. EYERDAM. Monadenia semialba Henderson: 63–65
  • M. SMITH. Further notes upon tertiary and recent mollusks from Florida together with descriptions of new species: 65–68
  • Anon. The seventh annual meeting of the American Malacological Union of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, August 3 to 5, 1937: 68–71
  • Notes and news: 71–72
Volume 51 Number 1 (July 3, 1937)
  • W. M. INGRAM. Cypraeidae from Christmas, Palmyra, Washington, and Fanning Islands: 1–3
  • P. BARTSCH. A new west American cone: 3–4
  • A. M. STRONG. Notes on West Coast Epitoniidae: 4–8
  • B. F. HOWELL and H. G. RICHARDS. The fauna of the “Champlain Sea” of Vermont: 8–10
  • G. D. HANNA and A. G. SMITH. Some notes on an old race of California land snail with descriptions of three new forms: 10–17
  • W. J. CLENCH. Notes on three rare American Polygyra: 17–18
  • W. J. CLENCH. A new variety of Bulimulus dealbatus from Alabama: 18–19
  • W. J. CLENCH. Three new species of Cerions from Long Island, Bahamas: 19–23
  • F. C. BAKER. A new Pleistocene race of Polygyra appressa: 23–24
  • H. A. PILSBRY and T. D. A. COCKERELL. A new Bolivian helicoid, Dinotropis harringtoni: 24–25
  • G. WILLETT. A new Callistochiton from lower California: 25–26
  • H. A. PILSBRY. The races and allies of Pleurodonte guadeloupensis: 26–28
  • S. S. BERRY. Some lesser races of Monadenia fidelis (Gray): 28–33
  • Notes and new: 33–36

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