Treatise On Invertebrate Paleontology - List of Its Volumes - Mollusca (I, J, K, L, M & N)

Mollusca (I, J, K, L, M & N)

  • Part I. Mollusca 1: Mollusca General Features, Scaphopoda, Amphineura, Monoplacophora, Gastropoda General Features, Archaeogastropoda, Mainly Paleozoic Caenogastropoda and Opisthobranchia), xxiii + 351 p., 216 fig., 1960. This original is out-of-print. --- Parts I and J refer to the more primitive mollusks and the snails.
  • (Part J, Mollusca 2: Paleozoic Gastropoda --- in preparation)
  • Part K. Mollusca 3: Cephalopoda General Features, Endoceratoidea, Actinoceratoidea, Nautiloidea, & Bactritoidea, xxviii + 519 p., 361 fig., 1964. ISBN 0-8137-3011-2. --- Part K refers to the nautilus-related mollusks. Also, for a pertinent internal Wikipedia link, see the genus Endoceras for the endoceratoids.
    • (Part K, Revised. Mollusca 3: Nautiloidea --- volume in preparation)
  • Part L. Mollusca 4: Ammonoidea, xxii + 490 p., 558 fig., 1957. This original is out-of-print. --- Part L refers to the group including the extinct ammonites and goniatites.
    • Part L, Revised. Mollusca 4: Cretaceous Ammonoidea, xx + 362 p., 216 fig., 1995 / 1996. ISBN 0-8137-3112-7.
      • (Part L, Revised. Mollusca 4: Paleozoic to Jurassic Ammonoidea --- additional volumes in preparation)
  • (Part M. Mollusca 5: Coleoidea --- in preparation) --- Part M includes the squids, cuttlefish, and extinct belemnoids.
  • Part N. Mollusca 6: Bivalvia, Volumes 1 and 2 (of 3), xxxvii + 952 p., 613 fig., 1969. ISBN 0-8137-3014-7. --- Part N refers to the clams, oysters, scallops, mussels and other commonly fossilized pelecypods.
    • Part N. Mollusca 6: Bivalvia, Volume 3: Oysters, iv + 272 p., 153 fig., 1971. ISBN 0-8137-3026-0.

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