|Other titles||Cryptomya californica (Conrad), Platyodon cancellatus (Conrad), Hinnites multirugosus (Gale)|
|Statement||by C.M. Yonge.|
|Series||University of California publications in zoology -- v. 55, no. 6-8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. 395-420 :|
|Number of Pages||420|
Frank Mace MacFarland (–) was an American malacologist associated with Stanford University in California. Studies of opisthobranchiate mollusks of the Pacific coast of North America. Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences , pls. STUDIES OF OPISTHOBRANCHIATE MOLLUSKS OF THE PACIFIC COAST OF NORTH AMERICA. Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences Volume VI. [Frank Mace MacFarland] on lfcmalta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying lfcmalta.com: Frank Mace MacFarland. Studies of Opisthobranchiate Mollusks of the Pacific Coast of North America Vol. VI [Frank Mace MacFarland] on lfcmalta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying lfcmalta.com: Frank Mace MacFarland. The findings have unsettling implications for a roughly $ million West Coast fishery — California’s most valuable ocean crop and a key economic driver for struggling fishing ports on the.
The largest, the North Pacific octopus, where many of the octopus fables come from, can reach up over 30 feet from the tip of one tentacle to another and grossing over lbs. The smallest octopus is the Californian Octopus, it can be found off the coast of California, and measures less than an inch. Yonge, CM. Studies on Pacific Coast mollusks. IV. Observations on Siliqua patula Dixon and on evolution within the Solenidae. University of California Publications in Zoology. Yonge, CM. Studies on Pacific Coast mollusks. V. Structure and adaptation in Entodesma saxicola (Baird) and Mytilimeria nuttallii Conrad, with a Cited by: West coast shells. A description of the principal marine mollusks living on the west coast of the United States, and of the land shells on the adjacent region, (San Francisco, Whitaker & Ray-Wiggin Company, , [c]), by Josiah Keep and Harold Briggs Hannibal (page images at . The MacFarlands collaborated closely in studying mollusks in the Monterey Bay area. Olive MacFarland was an accomplished artist and created watercolor drawings to illustrate Frank MacFarland's publications. After Frank MacFarland's death, Olive MacFarland spent ten years organizing his notes and manuscripts for "Studies of opisthobranchiate mollusks of the Pacific coast of North America.
Selected Sources of Information on Mollusks: Regional Identification: Marine: Western Atlantic Excellent figures, descriptions, ranges, collecting localities, book reviews and so forth. Heuer, Richards J., Jr. Exploring for Sea Frank M. Studies of Opisthobranchiate Mollusks of the . New early Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian) mollusks from Oregon - Volume 76 Issue 1 - Richard L. Squires, Louella R. Saul (Studies on the Cretaceous ammonites from Hokkaido and Saghalien-VII). The Trigoniae from the Pacific coast of North lfcmalta.com by: 1. Studies of Opisthobranchiate Mollusks of the Pacific Coast of North America Studies of Opisthobranchiate Mollusks of the Pacific Coast of North America April 8, (plates only) MacGinitie, Nettie Marine Mollusks of Point Barrow, Alaska Smithsonian Institution # Marsh, & Rippingale, O.H. Cone Shells of the World of the Mollusks of Rushikulya Estuary, East Coast of India ” submitted to Berhampur University, for the partial fulfillment of the degree of Master of Philosophy in Marine Biology, is aAuthor: Sameer Kumar Pati.