Book Review By Emilio F. García

 Marine Shells of Northeast Florida by Harry G. Lee, 2009

Book Review By Tom Eichhorst

  Marine Shells of Northeast Florida by Harry G. Lee, 2009

Book Reviews By Harry G. Lee

   A conchological iconography [volume(?} 2] The family Strombidae by Kurt Kreipl and Guido T. Poppe, 1999
  A conchological iconography [delivery 3] The family Ficidae by Marcel Verhaeghe and Guido T. Poppe, 2000
 Bahamian seashells a thousand species from Abaco, Bahamas Redfern, 2001
 Olive shells The genus Oliva and the species problem, Bernard Tursch and Dietmar Greifeneder, 2001
 Land and Freshwater Molluscs of Brazil Simone, 2006
 Shells by Philippe Bouchet and Gilles Mermet, 2008
 Freshwater Mussels of Alabama & the Mobile Basin in Georgia, Mississippi & Tennessee Williams, James D. Arthur E. Bogan, and Jeffrey T. Garner, 2008

Selected Past Newsletter Articles

Mollusks And Man - A Medical Perspective (Part One of Three)
Mollusks And Man - A Medical Perspective (Part Two of Three)
Mollusks And Man - A Medical Perspective (Final Part Three)
The Jacksonville Shell Club's First Newsletter (October, 1960)
Thoughts On The Peregrinations Of Three Mollusks (January, 1976) 
Shells Are Where You Find Them (December, 1976)
On Tree Snails (November, 1977)
A Minor Marine Miracle (December, 1977)
Mollusks And The Media (January, 1978)
A Tale Of Two Cities (June, 1979)
Malacophagy Among Marine Fish (January, 1980)
The One That Got Away (July 1982)
A New-Old Species For The N. E. Florida Checklist (November-December, 1983)
Champion Clams Of Florida (November-December, 1986)
Immigrant Mussel Settles In Northside Generator (January-February, 1987)
Recycling And Symbiosis - Molluscan Style (March-April, 1987)
Snail Exposes Soft Parts (July-August, 1988) Go To "The Naked Textile Cones"
Xray Conchology (September-October, 1991)
Data Labels; The Tragedy And The Comedy (January-February, 1993)
Expect The Unexpected (July-August, 1993)
Who Counts The Conchs? (November-December, 1993)
The Mariaemma Volute Rediscovered (January-February, 1995)
Off-loading The "Lady Barbara" (March-April, 1995)
The Calico Scallop Fishery; Then And Now (March-April, 1995)
Big Sugar, The Glades, And Fossils (March-April, 1996)
Busycon Taxonomic Travail (May-June, 1996)
An Obscure Whelk - Busycon laeostomum Kent, 1982 (July-August, 1996)
Shells, Sharks Teeth, And An Armadillo (July-August, 1996)
Snakes, Shells, And Sunshine (September-October, 1996)
A Contrivance To Combine Conchological Collection Capacity Coincident With Canoe Clamming -Or - Dream Stream Stems Teem With Stenotremes (November-December, 1996)
A Florida Marsh Snail Hunt (January-February, 1997)
Those Amazing Spider Conchs (March-April, 1997)
Peanut Island - At Last (July-August, 1997)
In Search Of An Albino Horse Conch (September-October, 1997)
Shells Are Where You Find Them - Lost Species Rediscovered (January-February, 1998)
The Florida Crown Conch (January-February, 1998)
The Florida Crown Conch - An Update (March-April, 1998)
Cyber Success (May-June, 1998)
A New-Old Neverita Species From West Florida (May-June, 1998)
Strombus oldi - A Retrospective (May-June, 1998)
Club Field Trip To Daytona (May-June, 1998)
The Tampa Drill Urosalpinx tampaensis (Conrad, 1846) (July-August, 1998)
Beach Renourishment - Killer Of Shells? (July-August, 1998)
A Shelling Trip To Key West (September-October, 1998)
Strombus costatus - An Elusive Common Species (September-October, 1998)
Carrabelle Revisited (November-December, 1998)
A Visit To The Fossil Pit (January-February, 1999)
A Day At The Beach (May-June, 1999)
In The Yard (May-June, 1999)
Surf's Up! (May-June, 1999)
Founding Member Celebrates 40 Years (July-August, 1999)
A Cold Day In May (July-August, 1999)
From "Your Mantle Is Up!" To Treasures On my Mantle - An Eleuthera Shelling Adventure (September-October, 1999)
John Fatu Honored (November-December, 1999)
Make Mine Eleuthera (November-December, 1999)
Bay Scallop Season 1999 (January-February, 2000)
Notes On Diving Nuku Hiva Island, Marquesas, And Moorea Island, French Polynesia (March-April, 2000)
From Minus Degrees To Minus Tides In A Millenium Miracle (March-April, 2000)
Anomalous Sinistrality (May-June, 2000)
Southern Hemisphere Sinistrals (May-June, 2000)
A Remarkable Catch (July-August, 2000)
Freaky Flatcoils (July-August, 2000)
All The Wonders Of Maui - A Shelling Adventure To The Valley Isle (September-October, 2000)
Black Creek Field Trip (September-October, 2000)
Offshore North Carolina Diving - A Story Of Surprise (November-December, 2000)
My Eleuthera Experience (January-February, 2001)
Diving The Grenadine Islands (January-February, 2001)
Shelling the Cape Romano Area (March-April, 2001)
Reef Encounters Of The First Kind (May-June, 2001)
Now There Are Two (July-August, 2001)
Second Bananas (July-August, 2001)
Hammock Hopping And The Reward Of The Day (September-October, 2001)
From The Lamanai Ruins To The San Pedro Lagoon - Ooh, La, La! Shelling In The Belize Experience (September-October, 2001)
Backyard Snailing Revisited (January-February, 2002)
Field Trip To Sanibel Shell Fair And Show (March-April, 2002)
Remembrances Of Eleuthera (May-June, 2002)
Field Trip To Matanzas Inlet (November-December, 2002)
Stramonita biserialis On Catalina Island: An El Niño Anomaly (November-December, 2002)
Russell H. Jensen (1918-2001) (January-February, 2003)
The Atlantic Partridge Tun (January-February, 2003)
Freshwater Mussels In Illinois (March-April, 2003)
A Rainy Day In Georgia (March-April, 2003)
Another Faux Sinistral Gastropod From The Philippines (September-October, 2003)
Diving For Shark Teeth Offshore Of South Carolina (September-October, 2003)
Stosicia (Gastropoda: Rissoidae) In The Western Atlantic (September-October, 2003)
U. S. Naval Station Invaded (September-October, 2003)
Mountain People Continue In The Pursuit Of Haywood Co. Terrestrials (November-December, 2003)
Advancing Vermont Malacology -Or- Finding Lime Recycled After Half A Billion Years Of Mineral Inertia (January-February, 2004)
Danger! Snail On The Prowl (May-June, 2004)
On A Florida East Coast Shelling Expedition - To The Jacksonville Shell Club With Love (July-August, 2004)
Marble Quarry/Natatorium Also Produces Conchological Gold (September-December, 2004)
What's A Rice Olive, Anyway? (September-December, 2004)
Hirsute Hermaphrodite Hobo From Eurasia Working His/Her Way Through Cornell (January-February, 2005)
The Reluctant Explorer (January-February, 2005)
Stuff Happens (May-June, 2005)
A Jax Double-double (May-June, 2005)
Good Work Ultimately Reaps Its (His) Reward (September-October, 2005)
The Urban Shelling Experience: Wrack Up A new Method – If You Get My Drift (January-February, 2006)
North Carolina Collecting (May-June, 2006 - PDF File 1.62 mbs.)
Musings On A Local Specimen Of Toxolasma paulum (I. Lea, 1840), The Iridescent Lilliput (September-October, 2006)
Archaeology Team Really Digs Shells (November-December, 2006)
What’s In A Name Or Two? (January-February, 2007)
Snail Survey In Vermont Becomes An Annual Event
A New Species For The Northeast Florida Aquatic Checklist And Another Musing
Linnaeus On Mollusks (July-August, 2007)
Shelling Sequel: Snailer Schroeder's Shelled Species Survey Soars Significantly Since Second Stage Started (soil samples sorted) (January-February, 2008)
Five Years Later New Discoveries Continue In The Vermont "Reunion Roundup" (March-April, 2008)
A Dirty Job, But One Worth Doing - Florida Caverns Redux (July-August, 2008)
Bardstown Blitzkrieg - The Tertiary Phase, Saturation Snailing (September-October, 2008)
Growing The Bennington Co., Vermont Landsnail Inventory. A Testimonial To Armchair Collecting (November-December, 2008)
Déjà-vu All Over Again; Tell-tale Tangles (January-February, 2009)
Is It Luck Or Good Planning; Vermont Campaign Continues To Thrive (March-April, 2010) (PDF File)
The Mollusca of the Crosby Sanctuary, Clay Co., Florida (November-December, 2010)
RTA, Riding To The Rescue, Rights A wrong; Röding Redivivus (PDF File)

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