THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 67 (1953–1954)


Volume 67 Number 4 (May 17, 1954)
  • A. A. OLSSON. A new Heilprinia from the Gulf of Mexico: 105–107
  • J. J. PARODIZ. A new species of Humboldtiana from Texas: 107–108
  • J. F. ALLEN. Notes on the molluscan fauna of Galesville, Maryland: 108–112
  • A. H. CLARKE, JR. Shell bearing marine mollusks of Cape Ann, Massachusetts: 112–120
  • H. G. RICHARDS. Pleistocene mollusks from Andros Island, Bahamas: 120–121
  • D. BEETLE. Terrestrial and aquatic mollusks of Albany County, Wyoming: 121–129
  • F. P. SIVIK. A technique for slug culture: 129–130
  • H. B. HERRINGTON. Pisidium species and synonyms, North America, north of Mexico (continued): 131–138
  • Notes and news: 138–140
  • Publications received: 140
Volume 67 Number 3 (February 18, 1954)
  • G. D. HANNA and A. G. SMITH. Rediscovery of two Californian land snails: 69–76
  • E. DEICHMAN. The “Texas Longhorn Shells” from the Florida waters: 76–80
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Some Californian and Mexican mollusks: 81–82
  • R. T. ABBOTT. The habits and occurrence of the nudibranch Armina tigrina in South East United States: 83–86
  • J. DEMOND. A key to Hawaiian Cypraeidae: 86–90
  • L. HUBRICHT. The snails from two Indian shellmounds near Clarksville, Virginia: 90–92
  • J. F. ALLEN. Notes on the gastropods collected in the vicinity of Crisfield, Maryland: 92–94
  • F. HAAS. Non-marine mollusks from the Pacific Slope of North America: 94–97
  • H. B. HERRINGTON. Pisidium species and synonyms, North America, north of Mexico: 97–104
  • Notes and news: 104
  • Publications received: 104
Volume 67 Number 2 (November 11, 1953)
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Magnipelta, a new genus of Arionidae from Idaho: 37–38
  • P. BARTSCH. A new Niso from American waters: 38–40
  • P. BARTSCH. A new rissoid mollusk from Maryland: 40–41
  • D. NICOL. The scientific role of the amateur malacologist: 41–44
  • A. F. ABDEL-GHANI. Lymnaea stagnalis in Egypt: 44–45
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Land mollusks from Nuevo Leon, Mexico: 46–47
  • E. H. NICHELSON. A preliminary survey of the land mollusks of Alachua County, Florida: 48–53
  • J. P. E. MORRISON. Two new American species of Strobilops: 53–55
  • J. P. E. MORRISON. Viviparus multilineatus (Say) 1829, from Florida: 56–58
  • H. A. PILSBRY. The case of Paludina multilineata Say: 58–61
  • W. K. EMERSON. A review of Marks’ subgenera of Busycon Röding, together with remarks pertaining to the genus: 61–66
  • M. C. TESKEY. American Malacological Union, Nineteenth Annual Meeting: 66–68
Volume 67 Number 1 (July 24, 1953)
  • H. A. PILSBRY and A. A. OLSSON. Materials for a revison of East Coast and Floridan [sic] volutes: 1–13
  • R. V. DIETRICH and P. A. MORRIS. Mollusks from Kwajalein: 13–18
  • A. SOLEM. Scalariform Anguispira and Triodopsis: 18–20
  • J. L. BAILY, JR. Oreohelix in San Diego County, California: 20–22
  • L. HUBRICHT. The Zonitidae of Pittsylvania County, Virginia: 22–24
  • M. R. MATTESON. Fresh-water mussels used by Illinoian [sic] Indians of the Hopewell culture: 25–26
  • R. W. DEXTER. The mollusks inhabiting some temporary pools and ponds in Illinois and Ohio: 26–33
  • E. H. MICHELSON. A preliminary survey of the land mollusks of Alachua County, Florida: 33–35
  • Notes and news: 36


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