Crosseolidae, a New Family of Skeneiform Microgastropods and Progress Toward Definition of Monophyletic Skeneidae
Population Biology of an Intertidal Dorid Nudibranch (Onchidoris muricata) in the Southern Gulf of Maine, U.S.A.: Changes in Phenology Due to an Invasive Prey?
Taxonomic Clarification in the Genus Elysia (Gastropoda: Sacoglossa): E. atroviridis and E. setoensis
The Giant African Snail, Achatina fulica (Gastropoda: Achatinidae): Using Bioclimatic Models to Identify South American Areas Susceptible to Invasion
Do Micro Snails Follow Conspecific Mucous Trails? Experiments with Vallonia excentrica (Pulmonata: Valloniidae)
A New Dartless Species of Cahuillus (Pulmonata: Helminthoglyptidae) from the Mojave Desert, California with a Reassignment of Eremarionta rowelli unifasciata
Annual Change in Morphometry and in Somatic and Reproductive Indices of Chiton articulatus Adults (Polyplacophora: Chitonidae) from Oaxaca, Mexican Pacific
Taxonomic Review of the Genus Lyonsia (Pelecypoda: Lyonsiidae) from East Coast of South America, with Description of a New Species and Notes on Other Western Atlantic Species
Duration of Intracapsular Development of Zidona dufresnei (Gastropoda: Volutidae) at its Southern Distributional Limit
An Unusual Habitat Record for the Land Snail, Columella simplex (Gould, 1841) (Stylommatophora: Pupillidae), from Arkansas
A New Record in a Well-Established Population of Octopus hubbsorum (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae) Expands its Known Geographic Distribution Range and Maximum Size
The Possibility of Overwintering by Idiosepius paradoxus (Cephalopoda: Idiosepiidae) at the Northern Limits of its Distribution
Introduction to the James H. Lee Symposium, “Great Unanswered Questions in Malacology,” 77th Annual Meeting of the American Malacological Society.
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Unanswered Questions About the Giant Squid Architeuthis (Architeuthidae) Illustrate Our Incomplete Knowledge of Coleoid Cephalopods
Patterns of Freshwater Bivalve Global Diversity and the State of Phylogenetic Studies on the Unionoida, Sphaeriidae, and Cyrenidae