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malacology

[‚mal·ə′käl·ə·jē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The study of mollusks.
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A footnote to the history of malacology in the United States, Bulletin of the American Malacological Union, pp.
Equitability index was used to evaluate the malacological populated state stand on its monthly and seasonal variations (Fig.
THE MARINE MALACOLOGICAL REMAINS FROM THE CHALCOLITHIC FORTIFIED SETTLEMENT AT OUTEIRO REDONDO (SESIMBRA): COLLECTION STRATEGIES USED BY A SEDENTARY COMMUNITY FROM THE 3RD MILLENNIUM BC ON THE PORTUGUESE COAST
Proceedings of the Malacological Society, London 9(2): 126-145 + 1 map.
MALACOLOGICAL UNION 12, 12 (1974); Scott Palmer, Some Extinct Molluscs of the U.
American Malacological Union, 63rd Annual Meeting, and Western Society of Malacologists, 30th Annual Meeting, Program and abstracts, p.
The lone son of the malacological major, the Georgian boy, the naturalist of the rock pool, are all overwhelmed by the portly, posturing phantasm of the `literary gent', announcing, `I am to run an old-fashioned restaurant with sawdust on the floor, "fine wines" and true cooking'.
Turner and the Boston Malacological Club strongly favored the Boston address, and Wilce, the SEP staff, and I equally strongly leaned toward the Woods Hole address.
Malacological Diversity on Some Lamiaceae in theRegion of Tlemcen (Northwest Algeria).