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Marine Gastropods from Curacao, Aruba, and Bonaire
The present study is based on the well-known publication “Caribbean Seashells” by Warmke & Abbott (1961); its data are not repeated here, but a large number of mainly small species were added. Most
Biosystematics and ecology ofRhizoclonium riparium (Roth) Harv. (Chlorophyceae: Cladophorales) in the estuarine area of the rivers Rhine, Meuse and Scheldt
Tonnie Bouwhuis werd er reel voor over om in 1971 deel te kunnen nemen aan bet 18de Congres van the Internationale Vereniging voor Limnologie in Leningrad en aan de excursie naar her Baikalmeer.
The marine mollusk fauna of the Virginian area as a basis for defining Zoogeographical provinces
The marine fauna of the American Atlantic coast between Cape Cod and Cape Hatteras, the Virginian area, is placed by zoogeographers in different provinces: in the Transatlantic, or in the Boreal
The non-marine Mollusca of St. Martin (Lesser Antilles)
This publication will cover all the species of non-marine mollusks known to us from the literature, from museum collections, and from the authors' own collecting on St. Martin.
Studies on West Indian marine molluscs, 2. Triforis barbadensis, a new species from deeper water off Barbados (Gastropoda: Triphoridae)
Triforis barbadensis nov. spec. is the first member of the genus from the West Indies. It was dredged from deeper water off Barbados.
Life and malacological work of Hendrik Elingsz van Rijgersma (1835-1877), a Dutch physician and scientist on St. Martin, Netherlands Antilles
H. E. van Rijgersma's illustrated manuscripts on botany and malacology of St. Martin, and his correspondence with malacologists, were discovered in the United States and studied.
A Survey of the Littoral Gastropoda of the Netherlands Antilles and other Caribbean Islands
This brief survey is based on the material collected by Dr. P. Wagenaar Hummelinck in 1936/37, 1948/49, and 1955. Station numbers only are cited; they refer to the “Description of new localities” in