THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 82 (1968–1969)


Volume 82 Number 4 (April 28, 1969)
  • D. NICOL. Meiocardia floridana, an overlooked Eocene pelecypod: 115–116
  • A. S. MERRILL and R. E. PETIT. Mollusks new to South Carolina: II: 117–122
  • D. V. S. RAO. Occurrence of Cymbulia peroni de Blainville, a pseudothecosomatous pteropod, in the Bay of Bengal: 123–125
  • H. SARASUA. A double tentacle in Viana regina (Morelet): 126–127
  • K. J. BOSS. Lucinacea and their heterodont affinities (Bivalvia): 128–131
  • R. I. JOHNSON. The Unionacea of William Irvin Uttterback: 132–135
  • P. W. HERMANN and D. S. DUNDEE. Notes on a light-colored specimen of Philomycus carolinianus (Bosc): 135–137
  • W. H. HEARD. Hinge tooth reversals in sphaeriid clams: 137–144
  • Notes and news: 144–147
  • Publications received: 147–148
Volume 82 Number 3 (January 31, 1969)
  • D. S. FRANZEN. Structural characteristics of succineid gastropod Oxyloma sanibelensis: 77–83
  • H. C. RAWLS. Concerning the type locality of Micrarionta rowelli hutsoni (Clapp): 83–87
  • W. B. MILLER. A new Sonorella from the Salt River Mountains of Phoenix, Arizona: 87–89
  • W. O. GREGG and W. B. MILLER. A new Sonorella from Phoenix, Arizona: 90–93
  • H. W. WELLS. Hydroid and sponge commensals of Cantharus cancellarius with a “false shell”: 93–102
  • B. A. BRANSON and D. L. BATCH. Notes on exotic mollusks in Kentucky: 102–106
  • Notes and news: 106–113
  • Publications received: 114
Volume 82 Number 2 (October 28, 1968)
  • D. NICOL. Are pelecypods primarily infaunal animals?: 37–43
  • D. S. DUNDEE and P. W. & H. R. HERMANN. New records for introduced mollusks: 43–45
  • R. W. MENZEL. Chromosome number in nine families of pelecypod mollusks: 45–50, 53–58
  • W. B. MILLER. New Sonorella from Arizona: 50–52, 59–63
  • L. HUBRICHT. Four new species of land snails: 63–70
  • M. C. TESKEY. Thirty-fourth annual meeting of the American Malacological Union: 70–71
  • Notes and news: 72–76
  • Publications received: 76, iii
Volume 82 Number 1 (July 24, 1968)
  • F. R. BERNARD. Sexual dimorphism in Polinices lewisi (Naticidae): 1–3
  • B. Z. LANG. Note on ecology of Goniobasis proxima in North Carolina: 3–5
  • J. J. VAN MOL and B. TURSCH. Distinction between Conus juliae, C. daucus and C. brasiliensis: 5–6
  • D. R. FRANZ. Occurrence and distribution of New Jersey Opisthobranchia: 7–12
  • D. BICKEL. Goniobasis curreyana lyoni, a pleurocerid snail of west central Kentucky: 13–18
  • G. E. RADWIN. The systematic position of Glyptaesopus: 18–19
  • P. F. BASCH. A scalariform Biomphalaria glabrata: 19, 21
  • R. I. JOHNSON. Elliptio nigella, overlooked unionid from Apalachicola River system: 20, 22–24
  • L. HUBRICHT. The land snails of Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky: 24–28
  • C. W. SCHAEFER, N. L. LEVIN and P. MILCH. Death from desiccation in the mud-snail, Nassarius obsoletus: effects of size: 28–31
  • Notes and news: 31–36
  • Publications received: 36

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