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Copyright by the Israel Malacological Society

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TRITON # 12, November 2005

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1. MARINE MOLLUSCS

Jean & Janine Demartin

EROSARIA TURDUS THRIVES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

1

B.S. Singer.

THAIS SACELLUM AND ERGALATAX OBSCURA, NEW IMMIGRANTS TO NORTHERN ISRAEL

2

H. Lubinevsky & H. K. Mienis A FIRST RECORD OF NANOSTREA EXIGUA HARRY, 1985, ANOTHER EXOTIC MOLLUSC SPECIES FROM THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN.

3

Y. Sharon, Y. Benayahu & H.K. Mienis

FIRST RECORD OF AN EXOTIC OYSTER: ALECTRYONELLA CRENULIFERA, FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN COAST OF ISRAEL.

5

Heiman, E. L.

MAURITIA MACULIFERA HAWAIIENSIS NEW SUBSPECIES.

7

Heiman. E .L.

INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN BISTOLIDA STOLIDA (LINNAEUS, 1758).

12


2 LAND-SNAILS AND FRESH-WATER MOLLUSCS
Alberto Girod NEW DATA ON QUATERNARY FRESHWATER AND LAND MOLLUSCS IN THE SAHARA.
21
M. Charter & H.K. Mienis SNAILS IN PELLETS AND PREY REMAINS OF KESTRELS (FALCO TINNUNCULUS) INISRAEL.
31
Hartwig Schütt A BULIMINOID LAND SNAIL FROM THE EAST ANATOLIAN HIGH MOUNTAINS (PSEUDOCHONDRULA MADEN N. SP.).
33
H.K. Mienis & U. Bar-Ze'ev

ON THE PRESENCE OF BULIMINUS GLABRATUS IN THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN NEGEV.

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