2 edition of monograph of the terrestrial mollusca inhabiting the United States. found in the catalog.
monograph of the terrestrial mollusca inhabiting the United States.
George Washington Tryon
Written in English
Microfiche. Zug, Switzerland, Inter Documentation Co., 1969. 3 cards.
|Series||American journal of conchology -- v. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||218-277, 306-327 p.|
|Number of Pages||327|
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A monograph of the terrestrial Mollusca inhabiting the United States. With illustrations of all the species by Tryon, George W. (George Washington), Pages: A monograph of the terrestrial Mollusca inhabiting the United States.
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A monograph of the terrestrial Mollusca inhabiting the United States: with illustrations of all species / By George Washington Tryon Topics: Mollusks, Pulmonata, United StatesAuthor: George Washington Tryon.
A monograph of the terrestrial mollusca inhabiting the United States, (Philadelphia, The author, ), by George W. Tryon (page images at HathiTrust) Methodus conchyliologicus denominationis.
(Paris, Baillière, ), by Jules René Bourguignat (page images at HathiTrust) Natural history. Mollusca. With an estima species, terrestrial molluscs are one of the most successful and diverse animal groups in land-based ecosystems. These animals have long been of importance to human societies as food, medicine, crop pests, vectors of parasites, and as tools, personal ornamentation and currency in trade.
This book presents a synthesis of current knowledge. Books by Language Indic Manuscripts Additional Collections.
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at Pemberley Books. PDF | On Jan 1,D. TURGEON and others published Common and Scientific Names of Aquatic Invertebrates from the United States and Canada: Mollusks. Second Edition | Find, read and cite all.
Distribution of the species of the genus Oxyloma (Mollusca: Succineidae) in southern Canada and the adjacent portions of the United States.
Canadian Journal of Zoology 60(7): Details Link to full text; Harris, S.A., Pip, E. Molluscs as indicators of late. The terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States, and the adjacent territories of North America. Vol. Boston: Little & Brown.
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K p The Biology of Terrestrial Molluscs G M Barker, A Graf current knowledge and research on the biology of terrestrial gastropod molluscs, - Natural Enemies of Terrestrial - Natural Enemies of Terrestrial Molluscs and a great selection of similar Used, Natural Enemies of Terrestrial Molluscs by Barker, Gary M/5().
After 60 years, this is still the best guide for the identification of land mollusca of North America. It contains all of the taxa known at the time of its publication.
Other resources can be found, but the information within them is but an overview of the diversity that can be found within this work.4/5(2).
Compared to terrestrial pulmonate snails, the number of species in terrestrial prosobranch snails is much smaller, many of them living in the humid tropics, in the temperate zone under vegetation, or even underground. There are, though, three groups of terrestrial operculate snails in Europe.
The Cerithioidea comprises about 14 families and more than genera of mostly marine species. There is probably one native freshwater family in North America (north of Mexico). Pleuroceridae is found in the eastern United States and its subfamily Semisulcospirinae is found in the western United States with a single genus—Juga [, Gastrodontidae Tryon, Synonyms (2) Archaeozonitidae Pfeffer, ; Gastrodontinae Tryon, (moved to family rank) References Primary references.
Tryon, G.W. Monograph of the terrestrial Mollusca of the United States. American journal of conchology. 2(4): – BHL. Reference page. "This book presents current knowledge and research on the biology of terrestrial gastropod molluscs, examining morphology, phylogeny and systematics, structure and function of the various organ systems, feeding behavior, life history strategies, behavioral ecology, population and conservation genetics, and soil biology and by:.
Subfamilia: Lithoglyphinae Genera (14): Abeskunus – Antrorbis – Clappia – Dabriana – Fluminicola – Gillia – Holsingeria – Lepyrium – Lithoglyphus – Phreatodrobia – Pristinicola – Pterides – Somatogyrus – Taylorconcha. Name. Lithoglyphinae Tryon, References.
Tryon, G.W. Monograph of the terrestrial Mollusca.MONOGRAPH OF THE TERRESTRIAL MOLLUSCA OF THE UNITED STATES. With illustrations of all the species.
By GEO. W. TRYON, JR. Fine edition. plate paper, with duplicate plates, colored and tinted, $20; colored edition, $; plain edition, $ Only .Terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States and the adjacent territories of North America. Boston: C.C. Little and J. Brown, (OCoLC)