3 edition of Catalogue of the mollusca, in the collection of the Government Central Museum, Madras. found in the catalog.
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The collection serves as an important database for tracking the Lessepsian Migration of molluscs, species migrating from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea along the Israeli shores and changing the Mediterranean fauna. The mollusc collection is the largest in the Middle East and it . The British Library’s collection includes books, journals, manuscripts, maps, stamps, music, patents, photographs, newspapers and sound. Many of our digital collections provide material for free online. Please come to our Reading Rooms to access material that isn’t available online.. Read our subject guides to find out more about our core research areas.
Connemara Public Library at Chennai is one of the four National Depository Libraries which receive a copy of all books, newspapers and periodicals published in India. Established in the library is a repository of centuries-old publications, wherein lie some of . The shells and molluscs in this collection have come from a number of sources. Some were donated by the Museum of Science and Art in the late 19th century. Others were bought from G. B. Sowerby, the Victorian naturalist who was so successful in popularising the collecting of shore animals by the general public that the fauna of rock pools.
The main collection of recent molluscs in the Croatian Natural History Museum (CNHM) in Zagreb is the most extensive collection of malacofauna specimens in the Zoology Department of CNHM. Library | National Archives of India, The National Archives of India is the custodian of the records of enduring value of the Government of India. Established on 11 March, at Calcutta (Kolkata) as the Imperial Record Department, it is the biggest archival repository in South Asia. It has a vast corpus of records viz., public records, private papers, oriental records, cartographic records.
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Catalogue of the mollusca, in the collection of the Government Central Museum, Madras. By India) Government Museum (Madras Topics: Catalogs and collections, MollusksAuthor: India) Government Museum (Madras. Author of Coins, The Foote collection of Indian prehistoric and protohistoric antiquities, Catalogue of the mollusca, in the collection of the Government Central Museum, Madras, Catalogue of the South Indian Hindu metal images in the Madras Government Museum, Catalogue of Venetian coins in the Madras Government Museum, Excavations by the Madras Museum at Kilpauk, Panunda, Punnol, and Sankavaram, Catalogue of Venetian coins in the Government Museum.
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Catalogue of the Mollusca in the collection of the British Museum. Part 1, Cephalopoda Antepedia / Title Variants: Alternative: Cephalopoda Antepedia By. British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology. [Mollusca] Gray, John Edward, British Museum (Natural History) Type. The Molluscan collections in Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales number somelots from many different collections which have been amalgamated into one systematic sequence.
The most historically important part of the collections is the Melvill-Tomlin collection which came to us in and contains over 1, specimens!. One of the main tasks over the past 22 years has been. The Mollusca collections date from the early days of the Museum, but were substantially expanded by the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne (founded ), in particular the Hancock brothers, John and Albany.
They were instrumental in raising the money to get the museum’s new building built in the s, and it remained The Hancock Museum until renamed. r started collection campaign and acquired valuable collection of fishes, as it reflects in the first letter, letter book of the Museum dated 9th June AD thanking Dr.
r, M.D. Secretary to the Medical Board "for the very valuable present of fishes" to the Government Museum. The land and freshwater mollusca in the collection of the. Madras Government Museum. Bulletin of the Madras Government Museum, 6: 1 central and northern region of Western Ghats.
The Western Australian Museum's Mollusc Collection represents molluscs collected from Western Australia, other parts of Australia, and from the wider world. The collection consists of approximately , lots. Image of a Pinctada margaritifera - Black Lipped Pearl Oyster.
His collection, which he left to the Museum, numbers some 2, lots of non-marine mollusca mainly from Europe and Jamaica and is especially rich in the Clausilidae. Obituary in Nautilus, J. Davy Dean's portrait of Zonitidae in J. Taylor’s famous Monograph of the Land and Freshwater Mollusca of the British Isles ().
The Western Australian Museum's Mollusc Collection represents molluscs collected from Western Australia, other parts of Australia, and from the wider world. The collection consists of approximately , lots. Molluscs are typically soft-bodied, unsegemented invertebrates that possess an anterior head (at the front of the body), a muscular ventral foot (located near the abdomen) which is.
Catalogue of the mollusca, in the collection of the Government Central Museum, Madras. (Madras, Printed at the Asylum Press, by William Thomas, ), by Government Museum (Chennai, India) (page images at HathiTrust) Die preussische expedition nach Ost-Asien --Botanischer theil. The Mollusca collections held at Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales contain some type specimens, around of which are holotypes or lectotypes.
Our earliest holotype is a large cold-water whelk from Alaska, collected in by Captain James Cook during his third and last voyage. Book Title Author: A Catalogue of the Mollusca of Choshi T.
Watanabe & M. Naruke Am. Journ. Sci. Arts atalogue of Type Specimens of Molluscs in the Collection fot he Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, UK a catalogue of the Mollusca inhabiting the. Citation: McGhie HA () Catalogue of type specimens of molluscs in the collection of Th e Manchester Museum, Th e University of Manchester, UK.
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Not indexed.species were obtained, the dates of collection and other data are not available. A considerable amount of work has already been done on the Mollusca of the Madras Coast. Th~ most comprehensive work on the subject is that of Melvill and Standen2 who catalogued about four hundred species of marine shells.Mollusca collection's history.
Staff Senior Curator: Zoltán Fehér (–) (n.a. between and due to a foreign studies) Deputy curator: Zoltán Erőss (–) Collection size Total number of specimens: overitems (ca. half of them from Hungary from abroad), comprising approximately 1, specimens.