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CLEMAM
CLEMAM Database of taxonomic references for European marine molluscs On-line Mollusk Collection at the Field Museum of Natural History
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Hardys Guide To Gastropods
Hardy's Internet Guide to Marine Gastropods Release 15.04 - A partly illustrated catalogue of Gastropods with references to books in my small library and some guidelines on how I have put this together plus update history
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Femorale
A great photobase of shells
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Conchology Inc.
Search in over 81,489 photographed shells.
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The Census Of Marine Life
The Census of Marine Life is a growing global network of researchers in more than 70 nations engaged in a ten-year initiative to assess and explain the diversity, distribution, and abundance of marine life in the oceans -- past, present, and future.
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Conchology - The Art & Science Of Nature
"Conchology - The Art & Science of Nature" - by Richard L. -"The worldwideconchology.com Web Site is designed for shell collectors with a variety of interests in the hobby and science of conchology, and for anyone who has ever been fascinated with the beauty and diversity of sea and land shells. The site is built around a large image gallery with many useful conchology resources and multimedia presentations including virtual slide shows. Whether you are a scientific collector looking to compare shells in your collection with illustrations of obscure species, a scuba diver with an interest in collecting shells, a naturalist with an appreciation for the molluscan realm, an artist looking for inspiration through the color and pattern of shells, or a novice collector looking to learn more about conchology, there is something here for you."
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Species 2000
Species 2000 "Species 2000 has the objective of enumerating all known species of plants, animals, fungi and microbes on Earth as the baseline dataset for studies of global biodiversity..."
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Index Animalium
Charles Davies Sherborn - This project was funded bythe Atherton Seidell Endowment Fund of the Smithsonian Institution

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Shell Specimen.Net
by He Jing - The datebase will be built by all conchologists and for all conchologists.
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Shells Passion.Com
real Top Shells Shells Passion by PHILIPPE QUIQUANDON and OLIVIER SANTINI The largest Database of world records and outstanding specimens on the internet
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Sea Slug Forum
There are many sites on the web with sea slug or nudibranch content. Here are a collection of sites that are useful. Heading the list are a few large sites, probably well known to most of you, with extensive collections of photographs and background information. The rest of the sites are alphabetically arranged in categories, usually geographic.
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Scaphopoda Of The World - Database
"Here you can find info about tusk shells (Scaphopoda). This class of marine mollusca has a worldwide distribution and is known from all depths as well as from numerous fossil records...."
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ITIS
Integrated Taxonomic Information System - Phylum Mollusca -- molluscs, mollusks, mollusques, molusco
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Cephbase
CephBase CephBase is a dynamic relational database-driven web site that has been online since 1998. The purpose of CephBase is to provide taxonomic data, life history, distribution, images, videos, references and scientific contact information on all living species of cephalopods (octopus, squid, cuttlefish and nautilus) in an easy to access, user-friendly manner.
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Carnegie Museum Of Natural History
the mollusk database at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History is online and searchable at

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BIOSIS
Our databases are the most complete resource for finding life sciences information quickly and efficiently.
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Digital Murex
Digital Murex "The Division of Molluscs, Ohio State University Museum of Biological Diversity, has a new website Digital Murex.Digital Murex was several years in preparation. It illustrates over 750 species of the Muricidae (including Rapaninae and the "typhids," but not the Coralliophilidae). More species will be added as they become available. Better photos will be added as time permits.
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Animal Base.Org
AnimalBase is a service provided by the University of Gottingen, Germany. Our work is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG.
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Tree Of Life - Mollusca
Tree of Life - Mollusca Type Catalogue of Recent Mollusks by David Maddison and Wayne Maddison., searchable database of specimen, locality and reference information
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Les Coquillages A "MA
les coquillages a "MA" cypraea,conus,strombus,cassidae
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NMITA
Neogene Marine Biota of Tropical America NMITA (Neogene Marine Biota of Tropical America) is an online biotic data base containing images and data for taxa used in analysis of Tropical American biodiversity over the last 25 million years.
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Vent Invertebrates Collection Database
Welcome to the On-line Database of The Field Museum's Collection of Hydrothermal Vent Invertebrates
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Malacological Journals And Newsletters
Malacological Journals and Newsletters Online Database - Field Museum Page
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PEET - Bivalves
Bivalves - Research, Training, Electronic Dissemination of Data Partnerships for Enhancing Expertise in Taxonomy (PEET) In a joint program involving biologists and laboratories from the around the world, Dr. Rdiger Bieler, a molluscan systematist at the Field Museum of Natural History and Dr. Paula M. Mikkelsen, a molluscan systematist at the American Museum of Natural History, combine their expertise to train a new generation of bivalve workers and significantly to advance the systematics of the group.

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Search The Mollusk Bibliography Database
on-line freshwater mollusk biblio - To date (August 2010) it has references to over 18,000 papers on freshwater mollusks worldwide.
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INHS Database Search
The Freshwater Mollusk Bibliography Database - Illinois Natural History Survey Mollusk Collection
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The MUSSEL Project Web Site
Type Specimens - Our MO for capturing type data from the literature is to enter the information compiled in the relevant type catalogues listed in Kabat & Boss (1992-1997, Occ. Pap. Moll. 5 157-370). The following references have received (or will soon receive) our type-attention.
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ANSP - Malacology
Department of Malacology Biodiversity Research Group The Academy of Natural Sciences
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Cell Line Data Base
Cell Line Data Base - Istituto Nazionale per la Ricerca sul Cancro

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ERMS
European Register of Marine Species
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Japanese Language Data Base
SHELLS DATABASE Japanese and English
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Guam Mollusks
Copyrighted Photographs by Bob Abela
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Animal Diversity Web
Animal Diversity Web by the University of Michigan Phylum Mollusca
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Mussel/Host Database - OSU
Freshwater mussels are parasitic in their larval form. During this stage of development the larvae, called glochidia, attach themselves to a host (usually a fish). They remain attached for the duration of this life-cycle stage. MusselHost relationships are species specific a given species of mussel can only reside on specific host species. Much research has gone into determining the suitable hosts for each species of mussel.
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Many sites in this section are commercial sites but, they have wonderful and very useful data bases of shell photos usually arranged by family.
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