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This webring features websites about seashells and mollusks / molluscs which include personal, institutional, educational or commercial, and also descriptions of collecting localities and trips, collections and displays, books and other references, specimens and species descriptions and photos, and discussions by or about malacologists, conchologists and shell collectors.




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Books about Mollusks - Seashells
Site gives an extensive list of books about Mollusca - Mollusks - Seashells, living and fossil, compiled by a science librarian, that are currently available (in print).
Mollusca from San Pedro Channel, Calif.
Article gives list of marine mollusks dredged from the San Pedro Channel in southern California.
Top Mollusks - Seashells Sites
The "Top Mollusks - Seashells Sites" is a list of websites featuring any aspect of Mollusca / Mollusks and Seashells, living or fossil, including the classes Gastropoda, Bivalvia / Pelecypoda, Cephalopoda, Scaphopoda, Polyplacophora, and Amphineura. The order of the sites in the list is determined by the number of votes and the number of hits each site receives by visitors to the sites. The more votes the site receives, the higher in the list. This is a great place to showcase your Mollusks and Seashells websites. If you have a webpage wholly or partially about Mollusks or Seashells, join today. If you have more than one, you may add all of them.
Sea Snails in Singapore
A brief description of the sea snails found along Singapore waters, with particular emphasis on the Tonnoideans (= Cassoideans). Include authors' references and links to other molluscan websites. More additions to other superfamily of snails in the future
Mariah's Site for Conchoscopy & Molluscation
I collect all types of mollusk shells: marine, freshwater, terrestrial, arboreal and fossil. I find the local species here in Tennessee and trade them and spare worldwide specimens with other enthusiasts from all over the globe.

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