A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology


Contents of Volume 65 (1951–1952)

Volume 65 Number 4 (May 22, 1952)
  • M. K. JACOBSON. Some interesting localities on a collecting trip to Mexico: 109–114
  • F. HAAS. Shells collected by the Peabody Museum Expedition to the Near East, 1950. I. Mollusks from the Persian Gulf: 114–119
  • R. J. DRAKE. Some marine shells used by prehistoric Indians in Ecuador: 120–122
  • F. L. JEFFRIES. Some molluscan trails in Prince William County, Virginia: 122–127
  • A. SOLEM. Some mollusks from Door Co., Wisconsin: 127–129
  • P. H. KRUTSCH. The stratographic composition of a woodland gastropod population: 130–132
  • R. C. ALEXANDER. Introduced species of land snails in New Jersey: 132–135
  • R. STOHLER. Studies on mollusk populations: II: 135–137
  • H. A. PILSBRY. The generic name Pseudotrochus: 137–139
  • W. K. EMERSON. Infra-subspecific terminology in marine mollusks: 139–142
  • E. M. CHACE: A. M. Strong: 142–143
  • Notes and news: 143–144
Volume 65 Number 3 (February 25, 1952)
  • R. C. ALEXANDER. Barnea truncata (Say) at South Cape May, New Jersey: 73–74
  • A. D. HOWARD. Molluscan shells occupied by tanaids: 74–75
  • H. KNIGHT. A new record of Helix aspersa Müller: 75–77
  • R. T. ABBOTT. A new Terebra (hoffmeyeri) from the Philippines: 77–80
  • L. HUBRICHT. Three new species of Triodopsis from North Carolina: 80–82
  • D. V. STINGLEY. Crepidula maculosa Conrad: 83–85
  • J. L. BAILY, JR. and R. I. BAILY. Further observations on the Mollusca of the Relict Lakes in the Great Basin: 85–93
  • H. VAN DER SCHALIE. An old problem in naiad nomenclature: 93–99
  • R. BRETET and E. J. CARSWELL. A rich locality in the New York City area: 100–102
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A South African species of Fauxulus: 102–103
  • R. A. HEILMAN. The mollusks of Berks County, Pennsylvania: 103–104
  • Notes and news: 105–107
  • Publications received: 107–108
Volume 65 Number 2 (November 9, 1951)
  • A. R. THOMPSON and P. L. and T. L. MCGINTY. Dredging from the Cruiser Triton: 37–43
  • A. A. OLSSON. A peculiar genus of Vitrinellidae: 43
  • A. A. OLSSON and M. SMITH. New species of Epitoniidae and Vitrinellidae from Panama City: 44–46
  • J. L. BAILY, JR. and R. I. BAILY. Further observations on the Mollusca of the Relict Lakes in the Great Basin: 46–53
  • M. C. TESKEY. Arion intermedius (Normand) near Buffalo, N. Y.: 54
  • D. S. and E. W. GIFFORD. Olive shells on opposite shores of the Gulf of California: 55–56
  • L. HUBRICHT. Three new land snails from eastern United States: 57–59
  • L. R. LEVI and H. W. LEVI. A report on land snails of the Jackson Hole Region, Wyoming: 60–65
  • M. C. TESKEY. American Malacological Union, 1951: 66–68
  • Harold R. Robertson: 68
  • Notes and news: 69–70
  • Publications received: 71–72
Volume 65 Number 1 (August 27, 1951)
  • G. D. HANNA. A new West American nudibranch Mollusk: 1–3
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Notes on some Brazilian Planorbidae: 3–6
  • A. A. OLSSON. New Floridan [sic] species of Ostrea and Vermicularia: 6–8
  • A. M. KEEN. The molluscan names in Renier’s "Tavole": 8–15
  • J. DEMOND. Key to the Nassariidae of the West Coast of North America: 15–17
  • W. K. EMERSON. Nomenclatural notes on the Scaphopoda: the subgenus Dentale da Costa: 17–20
  • L. HUBRICHT. The Limacidae and Philomycidae of Pittsylvania County, Virginia: 20–22
  • H. VAN DER SCHALIE. Arnold Edward Ortmann as revealed by his letters–II: 23–26
  • A. A. OLSSON and T. L. MCGINTY. A Distorsio new to the Florida fauna: 26–28
  • G. D. HANNA. Harold Heath, 1868–1951: 28–30
  • Franck Mace MacFarland, 1869–1951: 30–32
  • Notes and news: 32–35
  • Publications received: 36

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