THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 58 (1944–1945)


Volume 58 Number 4 (June 20, 1945)
  • C. L. BLAKESLEE. Snails from the aboriginal deposits of Frontenac Island, New York: 109–112
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Stenacme floridana, an American member of the Amphibolacea: 112–116
  • H. A. PILSBRY and T. D. A. COCKERELL. Hodopoeus, a fossil estray: 116–117
  • J. L. BAILEY, JR. Cardita (Cyclocardia) longini, new name for Venericardia (Cyclocardia) nodulosa Dall, 1919: 118–120
  • D. C. G. MACKAY. Gastropod shells inhabited by Hawaiian hermit crabs: 120–124
  • W. F. RAPP, JR. and J. L. C. RAPP. Ecological notes on the Gastropoda of the Great Swamp (New Jersey): 124–125
  • C. B. WURTZ. Some snail records from northeastern Kentucky: 125–128
  • W. M. INGRAM and K. W. KENYON. Cypraeidae from the Admirality Islands with therapy notes on their uses: 129–134
  • P. BARTSCH and J. P. E. MORRISON. Paraprososthenia gredleri (Neumayr): 134–135
  • R. W. DEXTER. Zonation of the intertidal marine mollusks at Cape Ann, Massachusetts: 135–142
  • T. L. MCGINTY. Description of a new Teinostoma: 142–143
  • Notes and news: 143–145
  • Publications received: 145–146
Volume 58 Number 3 (February 19, 1945)
  • J. OUGHTON. Great Slave Lake: 73–79
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Peruvian land Mollusca-IV: Clausiliidae: 79–84
  • H. B. BAKER. Some American Achatinidae: 84–92
  • A. RANSOME. Description of new species of Acmaea: 92–96
  • M. E. BOURGEOIS. Another specimen of Pseudochama inermis with a second authentic habitat: 96–97
  • K. V. W. PALMER. Molluscan types in the Carpenter collection in the Redpath Museum: 97–102
  • Norman W. Lermond: 102–105
  • Notes and news: 105–107
  • Publications received: 107–108
Volume 58 Number 2 (November 24, 1944)
  • A. H. PATTERSON. Shell collecting in the Bahamas: 37–40
  • C. GOODRICH. Pleuroceridae of the Coosa River Basin: 40–48
  • C. GOODRICH. Sphaeriidae of the Coosa River Basin: 48–52
  • H. A. REHDER. A new pectinid shell from the Pacific Ocean, with a note on the genus Pallium Schroeter: 52–54
  • C. H. EDMONDSON. Vertical distribution of shipworms in Hawaiian waters: 55–56
  • A. G. HACKNEY. List of Mollusca from around Beaufort, N. Carolina with notes on Tethys: 56–64
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Hawaiian species of Odostomia: 64–65
  • J. M. ROSS. Lymnaea contracta Currier taken alive: 66
  • Notes and news: 67–71
  • Publications received: 71–72
Volume 58 Number 1 (August 17, 1944)
  • C. GOODRICH. Certain operculates of the Coosa River: 1–10
  • C. GOODRICH. Pulmonates of the Coosa River: 11–15
  • H. A. PILSBRY. West American field slugs (Deroceras): 15–16
  • R. A. MCLEAN and J. SCHWENGEL. A new Modiolaria from Florida: 15–16
  • J. SCHWENGEL. A new Floridian Lamellaria: 17–18
  • R. W. DEXTER. Annual fluctuation of abundance of some marine mollusks: 18–24
  • W. M. INGRAM. Notes on winter habitats of land mollusks at Ithaca, New York: 25–27
  • M. SMITH. Shells dredged in Panama Bay: 27–28
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Peruvian land Mollusca-III: 28–30
  • Notes and news: 31–33
  • Publications received: 33–36


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