THE NAUTILUS  
A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology

 

Contents of Volume 88 (1974)


Volume 88 Number 4 (October 25, 1974)
  • R. W. FULLINGTON. Two new land gastropods from Texas (Zonitoides and Stenotrema): 91–93
  • A. L. METCALF. Peripheral species of the Oreohelix metacalfei Cockerell complex (Pulmonata: Oreohelicidae): 94–100
  • E. H. MICHELSON and L. DUBOIS. Lymnaea emarginata, a possible agent for the control of the schistosome-snail host Biomphalaria glabrata: 101–108
  • G. L. MACKIE, S. U. QADRI and A. H. CLARKE. Development of brood sacs in Musculium securis (Bivalvia: Sphaeriidae): 109–111
  • R. A. FRALICK, K. W. TURGEON and A. C. MATHIESON. Destruction of the kelp, Laminaria, by Lacuna vincta (Montagu): 112–114
  • D. J. PRIOR. Role of the incurrent siphonal valve in the surf clam, Spisula solidissima (Mactridae): 115–117
  • D. W. KAUFMAN. Second locality record for Mesodon leatherwoodi Pratt: 118
  • Book Reviews, News: 119
Volume 88 Number 3 (July 22, 1974)
  • R. C. BULLOCK. A contribution to the systematics of some West Indian Latirus (Gastropoda: Fasciolariidae): 69–79
  • R. D. TURNER and W. J. CLENCH. A new blind Physa from Wyoming with notes on its adaptation to the cave environment: 80–85
  • J. VAGVOLGYI. Nesopupa galapagensis, a new Indo-Pacific element in the land snail fauna of the Galápagos Islands (Pulmonata: Vertiginidae): 86–89
  • S. L. H. FULLER. Neglected papers on naiades by W. I. Utterback: 90
  • Recent publications: 79
  • A.M.U. Notice: 89
Volume 88 Number 2 (April 30, 1974)
  • H. A. REHDER and C. S. WEAVER. A new species of Volutocorbis from South Africa: 31–32
  • H. A. REHDER. On the genus Volutocorbis with descriptions of two new species from South Africa: 33–37
  • D. MAUER, L. WATLING and G. APRILL. The distribution and ecology of common marine and estuarine pelecypods in the Delaware Bay area: 38–45
  • G. A. LONG. Frog motifs on archaeological mollusks of Hohokam and Mogollon Indian cultures: 47–51
  • D. W. KAUFMAN. Additional record for Mesodon leatherwoodi (Pulmonata: Polygyridae): 51
  • A. D. BARLOW. New Florida records for Hypselodoris edenticulata (Nudibranchia: Dorididae): 52
  • M. E. CROVO. Further notes and corrections concerning the spawn of Florida Cyphoma (Ovulidae): 53–55
  • D. A. BUCCI. Viviparus malleatus in Montreal, Canada: 55
  • J. N. RINNE. The introduced Asiatic clam, Corbicula, in central Arizona reservoirs: 56–61
  • S. V. MARGOLIS and R. E. CARVER. Microstructure of chalky deposits found in shells of the oyster, Crassostrea virginica: 62–65
  • F. B. BLOOD AND M. B. RIDDICK. Unionidae of the Pamukey River system, Virginia: 65
  • L. L. GETZ. Arion subfuscus in the vicinity of Washington, D.C.: 66
  • A. G. SMITH. Galapagos Bulimulids: a taxonomic correction: 67
  • J. ANTILL. Another fossil ovoviviparous Turritella: 67
  • News and errata: 68
  • Book reviews: 37, 45–46
Volume 88 Number 1 (January 29, 1974)
  • K. D. ROSE. The religious use of Turbinella pyrum (Linnaeus), the Indian chank: 1–5
  • L. L. GETZ. Species diversity of terrestrial snails in the Great Smoky Mountains: 6–10
  • H. LEWIS. A new species of Hawaiian Gyrineum (Cymatiidae): 10–13
  • R. HOUBRICK. Growth studies on the genus Cerithium (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) with notes on ecology and microhabitats: 14–27
  • M. K. JACOBSON and W. E. OLD, JR. On a sinistral specimen of Liguus virgineus (with additional remarks on the genus Liguus): 28–29
  • E. M. STERN. The chromosome number of Euglandina rosea (Stylommatophora: Oleacinidae): 29–30
  • Book reviews: 27, 30
  • Publications received: ii

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