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The Nautilus. v. 44 (1930-1931)

Parts

  1. The variations of Aporrhais occidentalis Beck
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilus
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 1--4
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  2. Desert Helicoids of the Micrarionta hutsoni Group
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilus Boston Mass
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 4--7
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  3. Two seven-valved chitons from Mendocino, California
    By: P, E - Chace, E M
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 7--8
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  4. A new Humboldtiana from Texas
    By: Clench, W J - Rehder, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 10--13
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  5. Additional notes on the colony of Helix nemoralis at Marion, Mass
    By: Clench, W J
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 13--14
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  6. West Indian Mollusks. No. 1:—Two new varieties of Urocoptis livida Torre
    By: De La Torre, Carlos - Clench, William J
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilus Boston Mass
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 15--16
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  7. Notes on the land shells of Rio, Kentucky
    By: Archer, A F
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 16--17
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  8. Rediscovery of Polygyra roperi Pilsbry
    By: Hanna, G D - Nicholson, J L
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 17--18
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  9. The variation of molluscan life during Pleistocene and recent time
    By: Baker, F C
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 21--24
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  10. Shell collecting on the west Mexican coast, II
    By: Lowe, H N
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 24--27
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  11. The Boston Malacological Club
    By: Willard, T
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 27--29
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  12. Pleistocene and recent mollusks
    By: Shimek, B
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 37--41
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  13. Former and present terms used in describing fresh-water mussels
    By: Marshall, W B
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 41--42
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  14. A new land shell from San Benito County, California
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilus Boston Mass
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 42--43
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  15. Mollusks collected in Bass Island Region, Lake Erie
    By: Ahlstrom, E H
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 44--48
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  16. The status of Paphia tenerrima alta Waterfall
    By: Frizzell, D L
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 48--50
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  17. Variation in the sculpture of Acila castrensis Hinds
    By: Frizzell, D L
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 50--53
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  18. A study of the variations in the radula of a snail with particular reference to the size of the median teeth
    By: Howe, S W
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 53--66
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  19. New Californian snails
    By: Pilsbry, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1930
    Page Range: 66--67
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  20. The genus Oreohelix in California
    By: Berry, S S
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 73--75
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  21. A new lymnaeid from Idaho
    By: Henderson, J
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 75--77
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  22. Central American Pachychilus and Polymesoda
    By: Pilsbry, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 84--85
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  23. Red Cedar River collections (Iowa)
    By: Jones, D T
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 87--91
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  24. Joseph Swift Emerson
    By: Cooke, C M
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 94--95
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  25. John Brazier, 1842–1930
    By: Iredale, T
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 95--96
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  26. The Problem of the Mollusca of Bear Lake and Utah Lake, Idaho-Utah
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilus
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 109--113
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  27. Mollusca of Lamb's Canyon, Utah
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilus
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 113--114
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  28. Observations on reproduction in the snail Goniobasis
    By: Jewell, D D
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 115--119
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  29. Description of a new variety of Valvata lewisi Currier
    By: Baker, F C
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 119--121
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  30. A new subspecies of Polygyra from Idaho
    By: Pilsbry, H A - Henderson, J
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 121--122
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  31. A new Californian race of Monadenia
    By: Berry, S S
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 122--123
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  32. Mollusks collected in northern West Virginia
    By: Wilson, F R
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 127--130
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  33. Notes on West Indian Veronicellidae
    By: Baker, H B
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 131--137
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  34. Some type designations in helices and Ferussacidae
    By: Pilsbry, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Nautilis
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 138--140
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