Theme day on seashells and snails: molluscs on the Internet


Bleeding tooth nerite snail shellsToday, the natural history museum, jointly with the Dutch Malacalogical Society, had a theme day on seashells and snails.

The first lecture of the day was on molluscs on the Internet.

Dr. Ruud Bank, chair of the Dutch Malacalogical Society, introduced several sites.

They included Encyclopedia of Marine Life of Britain and Ireland.

And slugs of the Mediterranean.

And the Western Atlantic Gastropod Database.

And Check List of European Marine Mollusca.

And Freshwater Molluscan Shells.

And worldwide conchology.

And Olivier Caro’s site.

And the Conus biodiversity site.

And the cephalopod page.

And Sea Shells, Sea Slugs, and Cephalopods.

And on the history of malacology.

And Check List of European Continental Mollusca.

Marine mollusks in Panama: here.

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