|Author:||William K. Emerson|
|Title:||The American Museum of Natural History Guide to Shells : Land, Freshwater, and Marine, from Nova Scotia to Florida|
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|ePUB size:||1381 kb|
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|Category:||Nature and Ecology|
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Marine Bivalves, and. Other Marine Mollusks. Throughout, the material is organized and typographically arranged with the reader's convenience always in mind. And it is the special joy of this book that its authoritative, fact-crammed text is at once elegantly concise, thoroughly practical for the shell hunter, and rich with the lore of shells. William K. Emerson has been a Curator at the American Museum of Natural History since 1955. Until recently, he also served as Chairman of the Department of Living Invertebrates.
Emerson, William K. Other Authors: Jacobson, Morris . American Museum of Natural History. A field guide to the shells of our Atlantic and Gulf coasts. by: Morris, Percy . 1899- Published: (1951). East coast marine shells; descriptions of shore mollusks together with many living below tide mark, from Maine to Texas inclusive, especially Florida. Seashore life of Florida and the Caribbean : a guide to the common marine invertebrates (exclusive of the shelled mollusks) of the tropical Western Atlantic from Bermuda to the West Indies, by: Voss, Gilbert L. Published: (1976).
The American Museum of Natural History Guide to Shells: Land, Freshwater, and Marine from Nova Scotia to Florida by William K. Emerson and Morris K. Jacobson, 1976, Alfred A. Knopf. Shells by William K. Emerson, Andreas Feininger, Hardcover, Thames and Hudson, ISBN 0-500-54008-X (0-500-54008-X). Shells from Cape Cod to Cape May: With Special Reference to the New York City Area by Morris K. Jacobson, William K. Emerson, Softcover, Dover Pubns, ISBN 0-486-25419-4 (0-486-25419-4). Conchological Interviews – Part I. Emerson at the American Museum of Natural History. New York Shell Club Notes 64: 4-6. W. K. Emerson, 1975. The malacological collection of the American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York. New York Shell Club Notes 208: 2. Anonymous, 1988. Honors to Dr.
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