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Title Year Details References
Annales des sciences naturelles. ; Ser. 7, t. 17 (1893) 1834 Paris :Fortin, Masson,1834-1937. 1
Bulletin - United States National Museum. ; no.112 (1921) 1877 Washington :Smithsonian Institution Press, [etc.] 1877-1971. 1
Proceedings of the United States National Museum. ; v. 52 1917 1878 Washington :Smithsonian Institution Press, [etc.] 3
The West-American scientist. ; v.20:no.140-157--v.21:no.165 (1915-1919) / Molluscan world 1884 San Diego :C.R. Orcutt.1884-1921 2
Checklist of the recent bivalve mollusks (Pelecypoda) of the northwest coast of America from the Polar Sea to San Diego, California. By William Healy Dall... ; 1916 Los Angeles,1916. 1
The Canadian field-naturalist. ; v.43 (1929) 1929 Ottawa,Ottawa Field-Naturalists Club. 2
The Veliger. ; v.34 (1991) 1958 Berkeley, CA :California Malacozoological Society. 1
Malacologia. ; v.20 (1980-1981) 1980 [Ann Arbor,Institute of Malacology]1962- 9
Journal of shellfish research. ; v. 19 (2000) 1981 [S.l. :National Shellfisheries Association,1981- 1
The Biological bulletin. ; v. 173 (1987) 1987 Woods Hole, Mass. :Marine Biological Laboratory, 1
The Biological bulletin. ; v. 185 (1993) 1993 Woods Hole, Mass. :Marine Biological Laboratory, 1
The Veliger. ; v.40 (1997) 1997 Berkeley, CA :California Malacozoological Society. 1
The Veliger. ; v.42 (1999) 1999 Berkeley, CA :California Malacozoological Society. 1
The Veliger. ; v.46-47 (2003-2004) 2005 Berkeley, CA :California Malacozoological Society. 1
The Veliger. ; v.49 (2007) 2007 Berkeley, CA :California Malacozoological Society. 1

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