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Papers and Articles
- Studies on Odontocymbiola - Jose Coltro, 1997 - Vita Marina Vol. 44 3-4
- Brazilian Volutidae - Jose Coltro, 2005 - American Conchologist - Vol. 33 nº1

Paulo Kiyoshi´s Facebook Links
- Museo di Storia Naturale di Venezia -
- Octopus changing colors -
- Conus feeding -
- Museum Conchiglie alla Casa Museo Matteo Sercia - Favignana -
- Shipworms & Sex -
- Freshwater Pearls in USA -
- Chinese Freshwater Pearl Culturing -
- Fossils - The Shellfish Cave, Champagne (France) -
- Pupu O Ni’ihau – Jewels of the Ocean -
- Video Neptunea amianta (Dall, 1890) (Dall, 1890) - egg capsules, Southern Hydrate Ridge, Oregon -
- Zoologger: Weaponised eggs turn predators' stomachs -
- Natural History Museum (London): World of Wonder -
- Houston Museum of Natural Science -
- Poster Shells of Belgium -
- Museum Enzo Beti (in Italian) -
- Neptunea amianta (Dall, 1890) - Egg capsules -
- Video: Neptunea living on a lost shipping container - Monterey Canyon -
- Land snails of Mount Kaputar National Park in northern inland New South Wales, Australia -
- Checklist of Southeast Asia Mangrove Bivalves (pdf) -
- The land Mollusca of Saint Kitts and Nevis (Lesser Antilles), with the description of a new species. -
- Lamellomphalus manusensis Zhang & Zhang, 2017. -
- Cerion from San Salvador Island, Bahamas -
- Byssus, Secrets of a Shining Sea Silk Loved by Ancient Cultures -
- Scientists discover how mother-of-pearl self-assembles into a perfect structure -
- Virtual Sanibel Shell Show -
- Toba Aquarium -
- Live Guildfordia yoka -
- Video - Fossils - La Cave aux Shells, Fleury-La-Rivière -
- Chumash Indians Were Using Shell Bead Money 2,000 Years Ago -
- Shelling along the Intracoastal -
- Have you ever wondered how shells are birthed -
- Who Eats Whom? Oliva eating Strombus -
- Revision of Satsuma albida with descriptions of 14 new species from Taiwan (PDF) -
- Poems on Conchology -
- AMU Meetings from 1931 to present - great photos! -

Book Stores
- MdM Books - Bob Janowsky - online bookstore selling a wide range of shell books
- ConchBooks - Publishing house, book-traders and antiquarian. Klaus & Christina Groh, Germany

- Atoll Specimen Shells - by Gonçalo Rosa
- Conchology - by Guido Poppe
- Virtual Shell Show - A site for collectors to host their favorite shell collection exhibits. We would like many scientific and artistic exhibits. There will also be dealer tables with specimens and arts & crafts for sale.”
- Malacologia - Introduction to Malacologia, Mostra Mondiale.
- Of Sea & Shore - Information about the museum and publications.
- Shell Dimension.com - Worldwide Specimen Shells
- TopSeaShells.com - Website from Michel Jourdan, shell collector living in Cebu, Phi.

Personal web pages
- Moluscos.org - Luiz Ricardo Simone's webpage
- Abfocus Newsletter - A journal on Haliotidae.
- CONCHA - Jacek Glanc personal websites and "Club Lovers of Shells". A place for shell collectors and molluscs lowers.
- Conchylin - Conchylinet is a site dedicated to the seashells collection. It is intended to any public interested in molluscs and seashells
- www.gastropods.com - Hardy's Internet Guide to Marine Gastropods - over 10,000 species and formas with over half illustrated - very nice site!
- M@re Nostrum - Dedicada al mundo de los moluscos y a sido realizada por dos amantes de esta magnifica ciencia Alfonso Vaquero y Jesús López , con el único fin de reunir a todos aquellos aficionados que estén interesados en compartir con otros este mundillo
- www.muszle.net.pl - Polish website devoted to shell collecting
- www.pectensite.com - Pectinidae from the collection of Arne Ghys from Belgium
- SeaShell-Collector.com - The Wondeful World Of Seashell Collecting
- Collecting Shells in Florida - Guide to shell collecting in Florida by Hailey
- Cesare Brizio's collection of Oliva Shells - Olividae collection with photos

Museum/Scientific pages
- Collections of the Chicago Academy of Sciences - Little information, also found in Systematic Research collections.
- Conchologia Ingrata is intended to be an outlet for papers that may be of interest to some malacologists and conchologists but which are not entirely suitable for a scientific journal. Space in such journals is limited and expensive, both to produce and to obtain. All papers go through some form of review.
- Folia malacologia - A Polish Journal.
- Australian Museum Home Page - Molluscan part.
- Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum - General information on this great private shell museum initiative.
- Bishop Museum - Everything about the Bishop Museum, everything. See below in THE PHYLUM MOLLUSCA for their database.
- Florida Museum of Natural History - Florida Museum of Natural History tells you its history.
- Malacological museum Haus der Natur Cismar - Information about the museum and publications in Germany.
- Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle - Paris, France. With the database for European Marine Mollusca (see search engines).
- Ohio State University - Department of Evolution, Ecology & Organismal Biology
- Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Science - Brussels, Belgium. Introduction to the Museum with e-mails to the responsable persons.
- Biosis Journals - A list of mainly professional journals on zoology, including also Malacological ones, with direct links.
- Center for Biodiversity - From the Illinois Natural History Survey. Page on Malacology, their collections etc...
- Freshwater Molluscan Shells - These pages constitute an attempt to fill a void in popular materials covering worldwide molluscan shells.
- Malacological Societies - A list compiled by Ph. Bouchet for Unitas Malacologica.
- Man and Mollusc - Very interesting site with many links, articles and facts about shells
- Journal of Shellfish Research - From the National Shellfish Association.
- Smithsonian Natural History Museum - General information on the Museum, but also direct access to their collection (see search engines)
- Systematic Research Collections: Mollusca - Lists about 140 systematic research collections from all over the world. A lot of direct links.
- The Veliger - The Veliger is an international, peer-reviewed scientific quarterly published by the California Malacozoological Society, a non-profit educational organization.
- Vita Marina and Spirula - Becoming important in Europe since their first color printing. The home page with a lot of extra information: shell shows and meetings, a directory of cyber conchologists and malacologists, newly described species, and references to other sites.

Shell Clubs
- A.F.C. - Conchyliology French Association (AFC) gathered more than 500 members, published the magazine XENOPHORA and organizes shell-shows on all France.
- Astronaut Trail Shell Club - All information on this club.
- Auckland Shell Club - private club which is closely associated with the Auckland Museum.
- CenPenn Beachcombers - group of seashell enthusiasts and collectors in the Susquehanna Valley region of Pennsylvania
- Conchologists of America - The Web page from Conchologists of America. Information on the society, grants to Malacology, list of Clubs, including the very local ones in USA. Malacological organizations list. In Shell Resources, classic information on many subjects.
- Conquiliologistas do Brasil - Brazilian shell club
- Gloria Maris - website of the Belgian Society for Conchology
- Englewood Florida Shell Club - lots of images and links.
- Jacksonville Shell Club - All information and a complete list of Ranellidae.
- Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging - Information on NMV. Site is in Dutch and English.
- North Alabama Shell Club - All information on this club.
- San Diego Shell Club - All information about this club.
- Société Belge de Malacologie - French-spoken Belgian club.
- Società Italiana di Malacologia - Information about this shell club.
- The Malacological Society of London - The Malacological Society of London is a charitable organisation dedicated to the advancement of education and research on molluscs.
- ALL ABOUT MALACOLOGY - Collection of Resources
- The St. Pete Shell Club, Inc. - All information about this club.
- The Capsule - This is the Newsletter of the Astronaut Trail Shell Club.
- The Nautiloid - Newsletter from the North Alabama Shell Club.
- Western Society of Malacologists Home Page - How to become member, get info etc...

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