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a collector and student of mollusc shells

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Couthouy, the conchologist, complained that these rules would put a complete stop to examination or drawings of his collection.
Monks, an instructor at the Los Angeles Normal School and Martha Burton Williamson, a self-taught conchologist.
In 1952, she married Fernando Dayrit of San Fernando, Pampanga, then a conchologist at the National Museum.
ways to make his mark on the world: as an ornithologist, conchologist, philatelist and philanthropist, a trainee for the Olympic pentathlon, and a benefactor to sports of all kinds.
The 200-year-old signed first edition of the Universal Conchologist by Thomas Martyn, who was born in Coventry in 1760, will go under the hammer at the London auctioneers on November 23.
John du Pont had tried numerous ways to make his mark on the world: as an ornithologist, conchologist, philatelist and philanthropist, a trainee for the Olympic pentathlon, and a benefactor to sports of all kinds.
This research was often aided by local conchologists, many of them women collectors (Williamson 1894).
Beaches covered with exquisite shells washed up from the Caribbean attract shell aficionados - or conchologists - from across the world looking to discover and add to their collections.
Freaks are much sought after by conchologists (people who study mollusk shells) and serious shell collectors with a penchant for the grotesquely gorgeous and the weirdly wonderful.
There must be hundreds of square kilometres of potentially suitable habitat in Abu Dhabi, and a tiny proportion of this area has been examined by marine biologists or conchologists.
Identification of freshwater snails is of value to zoologists, malacologists and conchologists because of their role as intermediate hosts of the larvae of a variety of trematode parasites.
Additional material and travel support was provided by student grants from Conchologists of America and the Southern California Academy of Sciences to E.
Whether they are of Ulster provenance or not, ornithologists, botanists, geologists, hill walkers, conservationists, entomologists, poets, conchologists, farmers, town planners, teachers, historians, limnologists, marine biologists, woodland managers, gardeners, politicians, clergy, zoologists and others will find much to interest, delight (and concern) them in the pages of this beautiful book.
A minimum of specialized terminology is used, making the book accessible to general readers as well as conchologists and ecologists.
They have been the subject of fascination throughout human history and well sought after by conchologists and shell lovers.