THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 64 (1950–1951)


Volume 64 Number 4 (May 7, 1951)
  • H. A. PILSBRY and A. A. OLSSON. A new Caribbean mollusk: 109–110
  • R. T. ABBOTT. New deep-water Olivellas from Florida, with notes on the O. jaspidea-nivea complex: 110–116
  • J. S. SCHWENGEL. New marine mollusks from British West Indies and Florida Keys: 116–119
  • H. A. PILSBRY. New species of Amnicola and Streptostyla: 119–120
  • W. G. FARGO. A new Vexillum from Pliocene of St. Petersburg, Florida: 121–122
  • E. P. CHACE. A new subspecies of Ammonitella: 122
  • C. B. WURTZ. Catalogue of Ancylidae of South and Central America and the West Indies, with description of a new species: 123–131
  • M. P. WEINGARTNER. European ballast shells in Staten Island, N. Y.: 132
  • F. HAAS. Notes on some streptaxids: 133–134
  • H. VAN DER SCHALIE. Arnold Edward Ortmann as revealed by his letters: 134–141
  • J. T. WOOD. Helicella caperata (Montagu) in Yorktown, Virginia: 141–142
  • Notes and news: 142–144
  • Publications received: 144
Volume 64 Number 3 (February 15, 1951)
  • B. B. BAKER. Interesting shells from the Delmarva Peninsula: 73–77
  • R. I. JOHNSON. A clarification of some Central American Unionidae described by R. A. Philippi: 77–83
  • A. D. HOWARD. The family Juliidae: 84–87
  • H. A. PILSBRY and E. P. CHEATUM. Land snails from the Guadalupe Range, Texas: 87–90
  • L. HUBRICHT. The preservation of slugs: 90–91
  • J. L. BAILY, JR. Some notes on Haliotis: 91–94
  • G. K. MACMILLAN. A new subspecies of Succinea from Japan: 94–96
  • H. W. HARRY. Additional notes on the foreign snails of Louisiana: 96–99
  • R. A. HEILMAN. The mollusks of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania: 100–101
  • Notes and news: 101–105
  • lPublications received: 105–108
Volume 64 Number 2 (October 27, 1950)
  • H. A. PILSBRY. New fountain snails from Florida: 37–39
  • D. J. ZINN. Tethys (Aplysia) willcoxi Heilprin in Narragansett Bay and other Rhode Island waters: 40–47
  • R. STOHLER. Studies on mollusk populations: I: 47–51
  • R. J. DRAKE. Holospira kriegeri, new species, from Tamaulipas: 51–53
  • C. J. BUSHEY. Land snails from Clifty Falls State Park, Jefferson County, and from Versailles State Park, Ripley County, Indiana: 54–55
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Pseudosubulina, a genus new to the United States: 55–56
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Notes on land snails of Texas: 56–58
  • C. B. LEE. Some new records for exotic slugs in the United States: 58–59
  • M. SMITH. New Mexican and Panamic shells: 60–61
  • W. G. FARGO. Daniel Littlefield Emery: 61–62
  • P. E. RAYMOND. Olof O. Nylander, 1864–1943: 63–64
  • M. C. TESKEY. The American Malacological Union, Sixteenth Annual Meeting: 65–67
  • Notes and news: 67–70
  • Publications received: 71–72
Volume 64 Number 1 (July 5, 1950)
  • A. R. CAHN. Conchological monuments in Japan: 1–4
  • F. HAAS. Some land and fresh-water mollusks from ParĂ¡ State, Brazil: 4–6
  • L. HUBRICHT. The Polygyridae of Pittsylvania County, Virginia: 6–9
  • J. L. BAILY, JR. Maxwellia, genus novum of Muricidae: 9–14
  • M. R. CARRIKER. Killing and preservation of bivalve larvae in fluids: 14–17
  • H. B. BAKER. Chondropoma schaliei: 17–19
  • R. W. DEXTER. Distribution of the mollusks in a basic bog lake and its margins: 19–26
  • H. B. BAKER. The type of a species: 27–28
  • H. DODGE. Hiatella Daudin versus Saxicava Bellevue (continued): 29–33
  • E. S. MARKS. New subgenera of Busycon Roeding: 34
  • Notes and news: 35–36


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