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         Malacology:     more books (100)
  1. Medical and Economic Malacology by Emile A. Malek, Thomas C. Cheng, 1975-01
  2. A treatise on malacology; or, Shells and shell fish by William Swainson, 2010-08-25
  3. The Conchologist's First Book: A System of Testaceous Malacology, Arranged ... by Edgar Allan Poe, Thomas. Brown, 2009-12-15
  4. The Journal of Malacology, Volume 3 by Walter Edward Collinge, Wilfred Mark Webb, 2010-04-20
  5. The Journal of Malacology, Volume I by Walter Edward Collinge, 2009-02-11
  6. Pathways in Malacology
  7. The Journal of malacology by Anonymous, 2010-06-19
  8. The Journal of Malacology, Volumes 11-12 by Walter Edward Collinge, Wilfred Mark Webb, 2010-03-09
  9. The Journal Of Malacology - Established In 1890 As "The Conchologist" - A Journal Of Malacology - Vol. III by Walter Edward Collinge, 2010-06-03
  10. The Journal of Malacology, Volume 5 by Walter Edward Collinge, Wilfred Mark Webb, 2010-01-10
  11. The Journal of Malacology, Volume 4 by Walter Edward Collinge, Wilfred Mark Webb, 2010-04-01
  12. The Giant African Snail a Problem in Economic Malacology by Albert R. Mead, 1961
  13. Malacologia, International Journal of Malacology by Malacologia., 1979-01-01
  14. Malacologia, International Journal of Malacology by Malacologia., 1963-01-01

1. Malacology
The FLMNH houses the major malacology collection in the southeastern USA.Presently the collection contains about 340,000 specimenlots.
http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/natsci/malacology/malacology.htm
Florida Museum of Natural History
The FLMNH houses the major malacology collection in the southeastern USA. Presently the collection contains about 340,000 specimen-lots. This consists of 267,000 lots of curated and computer-catalogued specimen-lots, plus 73,000 additional specimen-lots that will be computer-catalogued in the future. The collection is recognized internationally for its scientific holdings and is regularly used by many investigators. Non-marine mollusks make up about 75% of the collection; marine taxa comprise the balance. The collection is worldwide in its coverage with major holdings from North America, Middle America, South America, the western Pacific, southeast and southern Asia. The collection contains 280 primary type specimens, and secondary types of about 2,000 species. For further information concerning the collection, or to arrange for examination of particular specimens, contact the Curator or Collection Manager:

2. Florida Museum Of Natural History - Malacology Databases
malacology Databases, In addition to these holotypes, the FLMNH malacology Collectionhas numerous lots of paratypes, cotypes, syntypes and figured specimens.
http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/databases/mala/intro.htm
Malacology Databases Search the University of Florida Malacology Type Collection The Malacology Holotype List includes all of the primary types housed in the FLMNH Collection. In addition to these holotypes, the FLMNH Malacology Collection has numerous lots of paratypes, cotypes, syntypes and figured specimens. The list is arranged alphabetically by genus and then by species within each genus. Species and subspecies are listed in the genus in which they were originally described. The original citation and the current genus, if there has been a reassignment, are given in the Remarks Section of each entry. This database will be periodically updated as necessary. Support for the computerized curation of the Malacology Collection was provided by the University of Florida and the National Science Foundation.
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Search the University of Florida Malacology Main Collection
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3. INHS Malacology Info
malacology is the study of Mollusks. malacology differs from Conchology which is the study of shells only.
http://www.inhs.uiuc.edu/cbd/main/geninfo/malaco.html
Malacology
List of Illinois Mollusks Illinois Endangered and Threatened Mollusks - Illinois Endangered Species Protection Board Field Guide to the Freshwater Mussels of the Midwest INHS Malacologist Kevin S. Cummings has additional information about mollusks. INHS mollusk-related research and projects are listed in our Annual Reports See our Publications Catalog for mollusk-related material published at INHS. Some past articles published in INHS Reports: The freshwater mussels of Illinois (The Mississippi, Illinois, Wabash, and Ohio rivers). Spring 2002 INHS Mollusk Collection . March-April 1999 Zebra Mussel/Unionid Interaction: Remediation Strategies . November-December 1998 Predation May (or May Not) Work to Control Zebra Mussels . November-December 1998 The Decline of Freshwater Mussels in Illinois . May-June 1996 Long-term Monitoring of Freshwater Mussels . January-February 1995 Unio Gallery by M.C. Barnhart. INHS Mollusk Collection 18 June 2002 cam

4. Malacology
University of Hamburg Faculty of Biology Zoological Institute und Zoological Museum Department of malacology Department of malacology. Zoologisches Institut und Zoologisches Museum, Universit├Ąt Hamburg, Martin-Luther-King-Platz
http://www.biologie.uni-hamburg.de/zim/eng/mollue.htm
University of Hamburg - Faculty of Biology Zoological Institute und Zoological Museum Department of Malacology Curator: Dr. Bernhard Hausdorf
In the collection there are about 600 000 specimens belonging to nearly 8 500 species, including circa 300 species represented by type material.
Present malacological research projects deal with the systematics, phylogeny and biogeography of land snails of Southeast-Europe, Asia anterior and of the Oriental region and of marin molluscs of the Antarctic and Patagonian region.
Dr. Bernhard Hausdorf - Research interests
Systematics, phylogeny and biogeography of land molluscs. Biodiversity and ecology of land molluscs in Southeast Europe, Asia anterior and in the Oriental region. Molecular phylogeny of molluscs. Development of analytical-biogeographical methods.
Selected publications 1987 Neue und wenig bekannte Clausilien aus Westmittelgriechenland (Gastropoda: Clausiliidae). Arch. Molluskenk., 117 (4/6) : 167-176. Zum Vorkommen der Gattung Orcula HELD in Griechenland (Gastropoda: Orculidae). Arch. Molluskenk., 118 (1/3): 51-55.

5. Books: Malacology
malacology Books Top Zoology malacology. Fishes of Wisconsin. by George C. Becker
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6. Malacology In Latvia / Malakologie In Lettland
Directory of Latvian malacologists, checklist of Latvian species, bibliography, and other research Category Science Biology Zoology malacology......malacology in Latvia / Malakologie in Lettland.
http://mollusca.from.lv/
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7. Malacology In Latvia / Malakologie In Lettland
THE DIRECTORY OF malacology IN LATVIA This is the site online directory of malacology in Latvia. This site is added to the BIOSIS and Zoological Records.
http://www.mollusca.from.lv/
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8. Malacology In Latvia / Malakologie In Lettland
Information on all aspects of the study of mollusks in Latvia.Category Science Biology Flora and Fauna Animalia Mollusca......THE DIRECTORY OF malacology IN LATVIA. This is the site online directory of malacologyin Latvia. This site is added to the BIOSIS and Zoological Records.
http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hall/9551/
THE DIRECTORY OF MALACOLOGY IN LATVIA This is the site of malacology in Latvia. This site is added to the BIOSIS and Zoological Records. We obtain largest information resources about the malacology in Latvia and a lot of data on other Baltic and World countries. The complete list of Latvian molluscan species, bibliography, data on protected species, information on Latvian malacologists, updated news - only here free and easy for each who interested in malacology. Our link page contain data on the Web's most important molluscan resources. We also have an special free page for shell dealers and book sellers. We are interested in link exchange! Site owner: Kristina Greke . Praulienas iela 4-35, LV-1021, Riga, Latvia / Lettland / Lettonie; Phone: (+371)7174305 Dmitry Telnov . Riga, 2000-2003. Last update: 2003.01.

9. Malacology Links
If you have a malacology link you know of or manage, please let meknow. I would love to include you on this page. I am creating
http://www.geocities.com/southbeach/tidepool/8845/mala.html

If you have a malacology link you know of or manage, please let me know. I would love to include you on this page. I am creating this page to use as a database for all malacologists in order to find the most informative sites for use in research and/or personal interest. I get so sick of going to sites like Excite or Yahoo and having to search through 10,000 documents in order to find what I am looking for. So I decided to make a little part on my site dedicated to easier finding of these documents. Please Email me at Terebra@aol.com if you have a site that you think should be included on this page.
Malacology Societies

American Malacological Society

The Association of Polish Malacologists

Conchologists of America -Conch-Net Homepage

Malacologia
...
Western Society of Malacology
Shell Clubs

Astronaut Trail Shell Club

Central Florida Shell Club

Conchological Club of Southern California

Guam Shell Club
... Townsville Shell Club
Databases and Malacology Search Engines
Chapter 15 of The Keys to the Invertabrates of Woods Hole MA Conch-L Archives Gopher Directory at Erato.acnatsci Search Marine Species Index
Pages Dedicated to Specific Families
Cone Shell Conotoxins from Marine Mollusk Snails of Genus Conus Jeff's Nudibranch Page The Liguus Home Page Pacific Coast Nudibranchs ... The Giant African Land Snail Page
Commercial Sites
Algoa Bay Speciman Shells Eddie's Shell Catalogue FISHTECH Home Page..A World Leader in Albalone Farming

10. Malacology Collection Search At The Academy Of Natural Sciences
The Academy of Natural Sciences malacology Collection Search This database contains 549 991 records related to aproximately 450 000 lots in the malacology department collections. These records are derived from three sources 1) the handwritten
http://erato.acnatsci.org/biodiversity_databases/snails.php
The Academy of Natural Sciences
Malacology Collection Search
This database contains 549,991 records related to aproximately 450,000 lots in the Malacology department collections. These records are derived from three sources 1) the handwritten catalogs for the collection, 2) detailed computer catalog records for specimens cataloged since 1976, and 3) records of an ongoing crosscheck of these records against lots in the collection. These records cover 394,524 distinct catalog numbers applied to dry specimens, and 24,145 catalog numbers applied to alcohol specimens.
Taxon Name is identification to lowest level known and includes Author and Year for binomial taxa. Locality name includes country and state names and may include more detailed information. ANSP Number Taxon Name Locality Use * as a wildcard Type Status Limit to types and vouchers Browse types Result Format List results in table
Data Last Updated: 2002 July 24
Accessablity: Primary Content (Access key 2) Search Form (Access key 4) Return to list of collections Terms and Conditions of Use , The Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19103
el: 215-299-1000 Email: webmaster@acnatsci.org

11. Australian Museum Online - Research
Albert Chapman Mineral Collection Bats in Australia crustacea.net FATE Fish malacologyMammals of the Sydney Region MUSE Magazine Sea Slug Forum Scientific
http://www.amonline.net.au/research/index.cfm
The Australian Museum undertakes an active and innovative program of research into Australia's environments and indigenous cultures. Biodiversity, geodiversity and the origins and sustainability of Australia's environments and cultures are the key focus of this research. Australian Museum collections have scientific and cultural values and content that make them the nation's most important animal, mineral, fossil and anthropological collections.
Invertebrates
Centipedes

Crustaceans

Insects

Segmented worms
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Directory

Vertebrates
Birds

Fish

Mammals
Earth Sciences Palaeontology Environmental Sciences Biodiversity and Systematics Marine Ecology Terrestrial Ecology ... Materials Conservation Research Centres Centre for Materials Built Environment Conservation Research Centre for Evolutionary ... Research Centre Indigenous Programs Aboriginal Heritage Unit Indigenous Australians Albert Chapman Mineral Collection ... Invertebrates

12. Invertebrate Zoology - Molluscs - Snails, Clams, Sea-slugs And Relatives
octopus and squid. The study of molluscs is called malacology. and squid.The study of molluscs is called malacology. Characteristics
http://www.amonline.net.au/invertebrates/mal/
These animals belong to the phylum Mollusca. Molluscs include chitons, clams, mussels, snails, nudibranchs (sea-slugs), tusk shells, octopus and squid. The study of molluscs is called malacology. Characteristics of molluscs
  • Unsegmented soft body Most have internal or external shell Have a mantle (fold in the body wall that lines the shell) Muscular foot and/or tentacles
Research The research effort of the section is mainly concentrated on the marine and freshwater snails and sea-slugs. Much of the work is taxonomic, with an emphasis on world-wide, or at least Indo-West Pacific, revisions of groups, but studies on aspects of the biology, ecology and evolution of particular species are also taking place. Projects Staff Winston Ponder (Principal Research Scientist)
Bill Rudman
(Principal Research Scientist)
Ian Loch
(Malacology Collection Supervisor)
Janet Waterhouse
(Technical Officer)
Alison Miller
(Technical Officer)
Jaynia Tarnawski
(Technical Officer)
Holly Barlow
(Technical Officer)
Peter Middelfart
(Scientific Officer)

13. Malacology Home Trial
Aloha and Welcome to the Bishop Museum's.
http://www.bishopmuseum.org/research/natsci/mala/mala.html
Aloha and Welcome to the Bishop Museum's

14. Malacology Databases
malacology Databases. The following are the current Bishop Museum malacologydatabases available online Specific Databases Hawaiian
http://www.bishopmuseum.org/research/natsci/mala/mala3.html
Malacology Databases
The following are the current Bishop Museum malacology databases available on-line:
Specific Databases:
Hawaiian Terrestrial and Freshwater Snails Checklist (9 April 2002, 1373 records) Nonindigenous Nonmarine Hawaiian Snails and Slugs Checklist (22 January 1997) Nonmarine Samoan Snails and Slugs Project (1 July 2001)
This page last revised 11 June 2002

15. Systematic Research Collections: Mollusca
List of recent and fossil mollusca systematic research collections. Maintained by the Illinois Natural Category Science Earth Sciences Paleontology Databases Collections...... MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY (SBMNH) 2559 Puesta del Sol Road Santa Barbara, CA 931052998Curator Dr. FG Hochberg Howard-Berry Chair of malacology Dr. Henry W
http://www.inhs.uiuc.edu/cbd/main/collections/mollusk_links/museumlist.html
SYSTEMATIC RESEARCH COLLECTIONS
Compiled by: Kevin S. Cummings
Illinois Natural History Survey
Center for Biodiversity
Champaign, Illinois, USA 61820
e-mail: ksc@inhs.uiuc.edu
Anton Oleinik
Purdue University
Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
West Layfayette, Indiana, USA 47907-1397
e-mail: OleinikA@vm.cc.purdue.edu
John H. Slapcinsky ex. Field Museum of Natural History Division of Invertebrates Roosevelt Road at Lake Shore Drive Chicago, Illinois, USA 60605 e-mail: slapcin@fmnh.org The following list of mollusk collections has been compiled to aid researchers by providing an up-to-date list of curators, collection managers and a description of the collection (i.e. size, geographic scope, percent computerized, etc.). Links have been added to each museum where additional information can sometimes be found. If a link is not present please send an url or gopher address to Kevin Cummings (ksc@mail.inhs.uiuc.edu ) and it will be added to the list. We would encourage any of the collections listed to provide a summary of their holdings or update an existing summary. We will date all new entries to provide a time reference to the information. Acronyms have been added to the list and have been taken from: Leviton, A.E., R.E. Gibbs, Jr., E. Heal, and C.E. Dawson. 1985. Standards in Herpetology and Ichthyology: Part I. Standard Symbolic Codes for Institutional Resource Collections in Herpetology and Ichthyology. Copeia 1985(3):802-832.

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malacology at NHM of LA County promotes the study of and the preservation and aquisitionof Recent molluscan specimens including all classes of the Phylum
http://www.nhm.org/research/malacology/
STAFF
, Assistant Curator
James H. McLean
, Emeritus Curator
Lindsey T. Groves
, Collections Manager

RESEARCH
COLLECTION
  • Size: The LACM Malacology collection ranks third in the nation terms of number of lots and specimens and contains the largest collection of eastern Pacific mollusks (Arctic Alaska to southern Chile) in the world. The extensive travels and research of curator Dr. James McLean have substantially increased the Malacology holdings to that of a world class collection. Taxonomic Coverage: The collection contains representatives of all of the molluscan classes, although the current emphasis is with the shelled marine gastropods. Marine bivalves, chitons, and scaphopods are also well represented as are freshwater bivalves. LACM maintains one of the largest collections of micromollusks in the nation including the micro-gastropod families Rissoidae, Vitrinellidae, and Caecidae. Holdings of the gastropod family Terebridae were greatly increased by the recent acquisition of the Twila Bratcher collection. Geographic Coverage: LACM malacology maintains a world-wide collection with an emphasis on the eastern Pacific region (Arctic Alaska to southern Chile) and is arranged geographically within each species. Mollusks of the Californian (Point Conception, California to central Baja California) and Panamic (central Baja California to northern Peru) zoogeographic provinces are particularly well represented. The Alaskan holdings were substantially increased in 1992 with the acquistion of mollusks from the collection of the late Rae Baxter.

17. Malacology Type Catalogue LACM
Geiger. malacology SECTION, NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY900 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90007, USA.
http://www.nhm.org/research/malacology/coltypelist/malcat.html
MALACOLOGY TYPE CATALOG
Catalog of Recent Molluscan Types in the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
compiled by
Lindsey T. Groves
www implementation by
Daniel L. Geiger

MALACOLOGY SECTION,
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY 900 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90007, USA
Organization
Contents Search Classes ...
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organization: The documents assembled here list all the type specimens in the holdings of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Malacology Section. The specimens are arranged by systematic order in a hierarchical fashion: select in the frame to your left the next lower category, which will load in the frame to your right (this frame). When choosing a particular family you will be directed to the particular spot in a larger document, i.e. not only that particular family will be loaded in the frame (an in-text anchor tag is used). If you wish to print the records of a selected family, click the "print family" -icon: a new window with the selected family only will be shown from which the records can be printed conveniently. In all classes except the Gastropoda, all types of one class are found in a single document. The Gastropoda, however, had to be broken up into five major groups. Further explanations are provided when following the Gastropoda link.

18. Malacology Department
malacology and Invertebrate Paleontology Departments Welcome to themalacology Invertebrate Paleontology Server at the Academy
http://erato.acnatsci.org/
Malacology Department
Malacology Collection Catalogs Invertebrate Paleontology Collection Catalogs Molluscan Species Database Rotifer Database ... Current Staff Malacology and Invertebrate Paleontology Departments The malacology collection currently has more than 450,000 computerized records, and invertebrate paleontology has 38,000. Both the malacology and invertebrate paleontology collections have benefited from NSF support for computerization of the collections, including NSF grants BSR-9016724, DEB-9408267, and DEB-9616621.
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19. ANSP Malacology:Data Model
The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. malacology and InvertebratePaleontology Department. Preliminary Data Model. See below
http://erato.acnatsci.org/datamodel/
The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
Malacology and Invertebrate Paleontology Department
Preliminary Data Model
See below for discussion concerning data model. Send email to Gary Rosenberg for discussion and comments: rosenberg@say.acnatsci.org
Last Updated: 5 March, 1997, S.Garst

20. Malacology Zone
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