THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 69 (1955–1956)


Volume 69 Number 4 (May 10, 1956)
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A gastropod domiciliary in sea urchin spines: 109–110
  • W. WEYRAUCH. Two new species of Clausiliidae from Peru and Bolivia: 110–115
  • A. H. CLARKE, JR. Two new subspecies of Neptunea decemcostata: 115–121
  • M. C. JOHNSON. A living specimen of the east coast geoduck from St. Augustine, Florida: 121–123
  • M. C. TESKEY. Ventridens intertextus eutropis lives here: 123–124
  • L. HUBRICHT. Land snails from Louisiana: 124–126
  • L. HUBRICHT. Haplotrema kendeighi Webb: 126–128
  • H. B. BAKER. Family names in Pulmonata: 128–139
  • Notes and news: 139–144
Volume 69 Number 3 (February 11, 1956)
  • D. R. MOORE. Observations of predation on echinoderms by three species of Cassididae: 73–76
  • G. F. KLINE. Notes on the stinging operation of Conus: 76–78
  • R. F. RUTSCH. Remarks on I. Born’s Index rerum naturalium Musei Caesarei Vindobonensis, 1778: 78–79
  • D. P. ABBOTT. Water circulation in the mantle cavity of the owl limpet Lottia gigantea Gray: 79–87
  • Two anonymous letters: 88–92
  • H. A. PILSBRY. A new Bostryx from Peru: 92–93
  • H. A. PILSBRY and L. HUBRICHT. Beach drift Polygyridae from southern Texas: 93–96
  • C. B. WURTZ. Fresh-water mollusks and stream pollution: 96–100
  • J. L. BAILY, JR. Observations on the recently extinct mollusk fauna of Panamint Lake: 100–103
  • M. A. LANDMAN. Statistics on a colony of Cepaea nemoralis: 104–106
  • Publications received: 107–108
Volume 69 Number 2 (November 5, 1955)
  • A. R. MEAD. The proposed introduction of predatory snails into California: 37–40
  • A. SOLEM. New and little-known Mexican Helicidae (Mollusca, Pulmonata): 40–43
  • R. T. ABBOTT. Anatomy of the Venezuelan gastropod, Doryssa kappleri: 44–46
  • H. A. PILSBRY. Another Floridan Conus: 47–48
  • M. P. WEINGARTNER. Some malacologists of the New York area: 48–53
  • H. D. RUSSELL. A new clam industry in New England: 53–56
  • C. DAWLEY. Minnesota land snails: 56–620
  • J. B. BURCH. Some ecological factors of the soil affecting the distribution and abundance of land snails in eastern Virginia: 62–69
  • M. C. TESKEY. The mollusks of Warm Springs, Georgia: 69–71
  • M. C. TESKEY. American Malacological Union, Twenty-first Annual Meeting, July 26th–29th, 1955: 71–72
  • Notes and news: 72
Volume 69 Number 1 (August 1, 1955)
  • N. H. ODHNER. Some notes on Pseudochama: 1–6
  • D. F. MCMICHAEL. The identity and validity of Hyridella australis (Lamarck) 1819: 6–13
  • J. S. SCHWENGEL. New Conus from Costa Rica: 13–15
  • D. S. DUNDEE. Additional localities for land Mollusca in Oklahoma: 16–18
  • DR. and MRS. W. A. SWANKER. Shells collected at Loughborough Lake, Ontario: 18–20
  • H. J. TURNER, JR. How clam drills capture razor clams: 20–22
  • C. HAND and J. STEINBERG: On the occurrence of the Nudibranch Alderia modesta (Lovén, 1844) on the central Californian coast: 22–28
  • P. W. PARMALEE. Ecological aspects of the naiad fauna of Lake Springfield, Illinois: 28–34
  • Notes and news: 34–36
  • Publications received: 36, iii


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