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Last Update: Friday, May 1, 2009 At: 2:34:31 (Total Listings: 4)
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American Malacological Society
"A dynamic international society of individuals and organizations with an active interest in the study and conservation of mollusks. Professional malacologists, students, and people devoted to observing, photographing, and learning about mollusks belong to AMS (formerly the American Malacological Union). The history of the organization dates back to its founding in 1931."

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Conchologists Of America
"The Conchologists of America, better known as COA, is a society for shell enthusiasts from all walks of life, at all levels of interest. ..."

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Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society
"The Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society (FMCS) is devoted to the advocacy for, public education about, and conservation science of freshwater mollusks, North America's most imperiled fauna."

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Western Society Of Malacologists
"The Western Society of Malacologists (WSM) was born in 1948, as the Pacific Division of the American Malacological Union (AMU), now American Malacological Society (AMS), and held separate meetings on the west coast, in years when the main body of the AMU met on the east coast. The WSM was established in 1968 as an independent society, but still meets jointly with the AMS ocassionally. The WSM was established as a society for the furtherance of research in Malacology. The membership consists of professionals, amateurs, and students. The WSM holds an annual meeting each year. "

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