2 edition of Bibliography of publications on New Zealand Mollusca (1973-1980) found in the catalog.
Bibliography of publications on New Zealand Mollusca (1973-1980)
R. C. Willan
|Statement||by R.C. Willan.|
|Series||Miscellaneous publication / N.Z. Oceanographic Institute,, 94, Miscellaneous publication (New Zealand Oceanographic Institute) ;, 94.|
|LC Classifications||GC1 .W4 no. 94, Z7996.M7 .W4 no. 94, QL428.2 .W4 no. 94|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||82106879|
The taxonomy of some Indo-Pacific Mollusca. Redescription of two nerites, Septaria macrocephala and Septaria sanguisuga Mollusca: Gastropoda: Neritoidea from the south Pacific. Zoetwatermollusken van Nederland. Records of the Australian Museum 22 4 : Jersey City, New Jersey, T. Tucker, et al.
Acmaeidae: Gastropoda: Mollusca. Roscoe and others. Kabat, A. Tokai University Press: Tokyo. Paris, Gide et J. Milkfish production dualism in the Philippines: a multidisciplinary perspective on continuous low yields and constraints to aquaculture development.
An E denotes an endemic species and an I an adventive introduced form. Smith, Brian J. Black, London: Taylor and Francis,
Vygotsky and education
The Christians manual of faith and devotion
Latin America toward a new nationalism
The challenges of conflict resolution in Africa
E.C. Segars Popeye.
Nursing in Ontario
The interpretation of financial statements
Emily Dickinsons home
Webby Saves the Day (Disneys Duck Tales)
Come join our army
Curare and curare-like agents.
Prayer and the Coming Revival
That distance apart
natural history of Delaware
Issued also in English ref.
Anchorage, Alaska: Alaska Northwest Pub. Volume III. Records of the Auckland Institute and Museum39 fig. Jacques au Japon. The Living Volutes of Africa.
M Giordani, G. In Rousseau, L. In Japanese and English. A history of British animals, exhibiting the descriptive characters and systematical arrangement of the genera and species of quadrupeds, birds, reptiles, fishes, Mollusca, and Radiata of the United Kingdom; including the indigenous, extirpated, and extinct kinds, together with periodical and occasional visitants.
The relevant publications have been added into the references cited. Garrard, T. Dolin, L. Family Cornirostridae. The Festivus 24, Supplement November 12, Grimm, F. Structure and functioning of the gut in the Bullomorpha Opistobranchia.
Journal of the Malacological Society of Australia 1 12 : Brackishwater aquaculture in India. Experiments on the association between the intertidal amphipod Hyale media Dana and the limpet Cellana tramoserica Sowerby.
A comprehensive integrated treatise on life in oceans and coastal waters. Dall and A. M Schmittou, H. Sea Slugs of Western Australia.List of non-marine molluscs of New Zealand. Non-marine molluscs of New Zealand include gastropods, such as land snails, and freshwater molluscs (or shellfish), such as freshwater mussels.
Among the best known are the large native forest snails such as the Paryphanta (kauri snails) and Powelliphanta. This includes publications on New Zealand Mollusca (particularly Maxwelland Maxwell and Spencer et al.
) as well as many papers published overseas. The relevant publications have been added into the references cited. New Item Used Item: Description: A list of all species and subspecies of Recent and Subrecent Mollusca from New Zealand is given. Each entry is substantiated by a bibliographic reference for the record and its most recent nomenclatural combination.
An approximate geographical range is also given for each species. Aquaculture and coastal zone management in Australia and New Zealand: a new framework for resource allocation. Mowbray, Australia, Turtle Press (Aquaculture.
AquaTech - Books about Mollusca. Ammonoid Paleobiology (Topics in Geobiology) Bivalve Moluscs: Biology, Ecology and Culture.
Broward Shell Club Library Index THE ABALONE BOOK By Peter Howorth Naturegraph Publishers, Inc. Identification key, info on cleaning and preparation.
Paperback 80 pages WORLD SIZE RECORDS By Wagner & Abbott World largest known examples of shells. 4th supplement to the Standard Catalog of Shells. AMERICAN SEASHELLS Second Edition By R. Tucker Abbott.