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An indexed bibliography of the family Littorinidae (Gastropoda: Mollusca), 1758-1973
Charles William Pettitt
|Series||Publications. New series / Manchester Museum -- no.NS.4.74, Publications -- no.NS.4.74.|
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taylor san diego natural history museum san diego society of natural history memoir 4 1 san diego society of natural history memoirs memoir 4, pagesfrontispiece issued j 14th Edition – Janu 2, Years of Malacology Eugene V. Coan1 & Alan R. Kabat2 ABSTRACT This compilation provides a comprehensive catalog of biographical and bibliographical publications for o malacologists, conchologists, paleontologists and others with an interest in molluscs, from Aristotle to the present.
For each family the pages with appropriate refrences in the bibliography are given. All references are listed in part II and III. In the second part, full bibliographic data of literature positions on Namiban invertabrates published during the years are listed.
GASSENDI 1 [Gassend], PIERRE (), French philosopher, scientist and mathematician, was born of poor parents at Champtercier, near Digne, in Provence, on the 22nd of January At a very early age he gave indications of remarkable mental powers and was sent to the college at Digne.
He showed particular aptitude for languages and mathematics. "Bulletin of the Russian Far East Malacological Society" is the information edition publishing original scientific papers in the field of systematics, faunistics, morphology, ecology, biogeography, and faunal history of marine, fresh, and fossil mollusks, book reviews, information on active and gone members of RFEMS, current bibliography of the RFEMS members.
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