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Conchological Club Of Southern California
Conchological Club of Southern California Los Angeles, California Founded in 1902, the Conchological Club of Southern California is the oldest shell club in the country. A list of past and current members includes many professional and amateur malacologists, conchologists, paleontologists of the U.S. west coast.Publication None Contact LACMNH - Invert. Zoology-Malacology, 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90007-4000 Note oldest shelling organization in U.S., continuous meeting since 1902 Email Long Beach Shell Club
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San Diego Shell Club
Founded in 1961, the San Diego Shell Club is a non-profit organization organized and operated exclusively for educational and scientific purposes and more particularly to enjoy, promote the study, and further the conservation of Mollusca and associated marine life, by both lectures, club meetings, and field trips. Our membership is varied and includes beginning collectors, advanced amateurs and scientists, divers and underwater photographers, and dealers.
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Pacific Conchological
The Long Beach Shell Club, and the Pacific Shell Club and the Conchological Club of Southern California merged March 2003 and became the Pacific Conchological Club. We meet at the LA County Natural History Museum still
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SCAMIT( Southern California Association Marine Invironment Taxonomists) "SCAMIT was formed in 1982 with the goal of promoting the study of marine invertebrate taxonomy in southern California and developing a regionally standardized taxonomy. To accomplish this, SCAMIT provides a regular monthly forum to address problems in taxonomy, organizes taxonomic workshops, and maintains a reference collection and library of taxonomic literature. "Predident Ron Velarde 619-758-2331Metropolitan Wastewater Department, City of San Diego email Publications and Newsletter Page
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Pacific Shell Club
Pacific Shell Club (Los AngelesOrange County) Welcome! We are a shell collector's group dedicated to the beauty and science of shells through conservation. Become a PSC member and join our circle of shell enthusiasts, enjoy our newsletter Las Conchas, the meetings, field trips and parties. Publication Las ConchasContact Phil Liff-Grieff, 2447 Kemper Ave. La Crescenta, Ca. 91214Email
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Northern California Malacozoological Club
Northern California Malacozoological Club (El Cerrito) Publication NCMC Newsletter (monthly) Contact George E. Metz, 121 Wild Horse Valley Drive, Novato, CA 94947
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