New York: Bonanza Books, 1982. Quarto, colour photographs, signature, fine copy in dustwrapper.
INVERTEBRATES - Molluscs and Cephalopods
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Melbourne: Georgian House, (1962. reprint). Octavo, twelve colour plates, two signatures on title page.
Adelaide: Rigby, 1981. Octavo, colour photographs, bookplate, dustwrapper.
Adelaide: Government Printer, 1964. Octavo, one colour plate, text illustrations, softcover.
London: Treasure Press, 1989. Octavo, colour illustrations, signature, laminated boards. Broad in its scope this concise pocket guide illustrates the abundance and variety of seashells existing in the world seas. An interesting and well-informed guide to the pleasures of shell-collecting.
Hackenheim: ConchBooks, 2012. Quarto, laminated boards, colour and black and white photographs. The first comprehensive book on Antarctic Mollusca in a long time. The molluscan diversity in Antarctic waters is particularly large. Bivalvia are represented by 24 different families, comprising 40 genera and over 87 species. The Gastropoda are represented...
London: Journal of the Geological Society, 1872. Octavo, plates 13-25 uncoloured lithographs. Publisher's wrappers, author's presentation copy.
Hackenheim: ConchBooks, 2013. Quarto, laminated boards, colour photographs. The Babyloniidae, or commonly called "ivory shells", are a small group of gastropods with moderately large, conspicuously patterned and visually appealing shells. Despite their relative uniformity in terms of colour and shape, some species show considerable variability and this led to some...
London: Ray Society, 1962. Octavo, text illustrations.
Osaka: Hoikusha Publishing, (1975. reprint). Octavo, colour photographs, fine set in dustwrappers.
Osaka: Hoikusha Publishing, (1964- 1968. reprint). Octavo, colour photographs, signature, very good set in chipped dustwrappers. In English.
Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992. Quarto, uncoloured photographs, very good copy.
Tokyo: Institute of Malacology of Tokyo, 1985. Octavo, wrappers, colour photographs, black and white photographs, fine copy. Institute of Malacology of Tokyo, Special Publication No. 1. Text in English and Japanese.
Bathurst: Crawford House, 1992. Small quarto, colour photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper. This beautifully illustrated volume is the first work of its kind to be devoted solely to Australian bivalves, and provides comprehensive coverage for 26 of the most colourful and popular families. The 77 full-colour plates feature 617 species...
Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1962. Octavo, text illustrations, dustwrapper.
Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing, 2000. Octavo, colour photographs, signature, softcover. The Australasian region is home to the greatest diversity of cephalopods in the world. This book provides insights into the biology and behaviour of more than 60 species. For each species there is a distribution map and identification notes which summarise...
London: Adam and Charles Black, 1906. Octavo, text illustrations, publisher's cloth. Lankester, R.
Boston: Charles T. Branford, (1936. reprint). Octavo, photographs, dustwrapper.
Bathurst: Crawford House, 1991. Quarto, full colour photographs, a fine copy, fine copy in dustwrapper. The first book since 1888 to cover all recent species of the world. In the family Pectinidae, almost 300 species and subspecies are treated, of which more than 200 are illustrated. Of the mainly deepwater...
Lisboa: Luis Pisani Burnay, 1981-1982. Octavo, three parts, text and loose plates, softcover Monograph of the genera Columbella [one part], Fissurella, Fissurellidea, Clypidella, Macrochisma, Pupillaea [one part], Spondylus, Plicatula, Pedum [one part].
London: Thames and Hudson, 1978. Quarto, paperback, colour photographs.
New York: E P Dutton, 1986. Octavo, colour photographs, maps, fine copy in dustwrapper.
London: British Museum (Natural History), 1913. Octavo, 30 photographic plates. Publisher's cloth, library stamps of the Royal Society of Victoria, otherwise a very good copy. BM (NH) Supplement p. 1454.