THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 54 (1940–1941)


Volume 54 Number 4 (May 5, 1941)
  • L. HUBRICHT. The cave Mollusca of the Ozark Region: 111–112
  • P. L. MARSH. The Stenotrema monodon group of Polygyridae in Michigan: 113–116
  • W. O. GREGG. Mollusca of Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah: 116–117
  • W. O. GREGG. Fluminicola avernalis and Fluminicola avernalis carinifera from Nevada: 117–118
  • T. C. YEN. Notes on Chinese species of Assiminea: 119–121
  • C. GOODRICH. Lymnaea contracta Currier: 121–122
  • G. R. WEBB. A comparison of young Helminthoglypta umbilicata and H. dupetithouarsi: 122–125
  • Anon. The type of Neptunea “Bolten” Röding: 125–126
  • R. C. ALEXANDER. Some shells from South Cape May Beach: 126–128
  • E. J. STRANDINE. Effect of soil moisture and algae on the survival of a pond snail during periods of relative dryness: 128–130
  • H. B. BAKER. Some Haplotrematidae: 130–136
  • W. M. INGRAM. Aquarium behavior of Eunaticina oldroydii (Dall): 136–140
  • Notes and news: 140–146
Volume 54 Number 3 (February 4, 1941)
  • G. F. ROGERS. Wreck of the Janthina janthina: 75–77
  • C. GOODRICH. On certain land shell localities: 78–80
  • H. B. BAKER. Notes on Salasiella from Mexico: 80–84
  • W. M. INGRAM. Survival of fresh water mollusks during periods of dryness: 84–87
  • W. M. INGRAM. Daylight activity of land mollusks: 87–90
  • R. T. YOUNG. An hermaphroditic Mytilus: 90–91
  • J. J. PARODÍZ. Four new species of Spixia from Argentina: 92–95
  • W. O. GREGG. A new Oreohelix from southern Utah: 95–96
  • F. C. BAKER. A new species of Drepanotrema and some preoccupied planorbid names: 96–97
  • E. A. ANDREWS. Neritina virginea L., in Jamaica, B.W.I. (continued): 98–106
  • Henry C. Higgins: 106
  • Notes and news: 106–107
  • Publications received: 107–110
Volume 54 Number 2 (November 2, 1940)
  • B. R. BALES. The rock dwellers of the Florida Keys: 39–42
  • M. SMITH. Two new marine mollusks from Japan: 43
  • M. SMITH. New recent and fossil mollusks from Florida: 44–46
  • T. BURCH. Addition to the molluscan fauna of California: 46–47
  • E. J. KOESTNER and R. A. SCHNEIDER. Notes on the snail Humboldtiana fortis Pilsbry: 47–49
  • J. S. SCHWENGEL. New Mollusca from Florida: 49–52
  • W. J. CLENCH and H. D. RUSSELL. Freshwater shells of New Hampshire: 52–53
  • W. J. EYERDAM. Some maximum sized Cardium corbis from Alaska: 53
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A new race of Cancellaria from Florida: 54
  • H. B. BAKER. Some Antillean Sagdidae or Polygyridae: 54–62
  • T. L. MCGINTY. New marine shells dredged off Palm Beach, Florida: 62–64
  • J. P. E. MORRISON. Haldeman’s 1840 supplement: 64–66
  • E. A. ANDREWS. Neritina virginea in Jamaica: 66–68
  • Notes and news: 68–73
  • Publications received: 74
Volume 54 Number 1 (July 23, 1940)
  • J. OUGHTON. Visit to the Arctic of eastern Canada: 1–6
  • C. GOODRICH. Civilization and aquatic mollusks: 6–10
  • L. HUBRICHT. The snails of Ted Cave, Tennessee: 10–11
  • N. T. MATTOX. Two new snails of the genus Campeloma from Ontario: 12–17
  • F. C. BAKER. A New Helisoma from the Pliocene of Florida: 17
  • A. F. ARCHER. Land Mollusca of a ruderal field community in north central Alabama: 18–20
  • H. B. STENZEL. Mollusca from Point Isabel, Texas: 20–21
  • E. A. ANDREWS. Neritina virginea L., in Jamaica, B.W.I.: 21–27
  • D. T. JONES. Mollusks of the Oquirrh and Stansbury Mountains, Utah: 27–29
  • W. O. GREGG. Mollusks of Zion National Park, Utah: 30–32
  • Notes and news: 32–25
  • MRS. H. R. ROBERTSON. Tenth annual meeting of the American Malacological Union: 35–37


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