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Last Update: Thursday, October 23, 2008 At: 2:42:22 (Total Listings: 5)
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Nordsieck Robert
The Living World of Molluscs (Austria) "The subsequent pages "The living world of molluscs" (httpwww.weichtiere.at) are supposed to provide interested users, laymen as well as specialists, with information on the world of molluscs. The text is, as possible, written in simple language and thus can be used in school as well as in university, using the pages as complete research media or using single pages."Site search engine, good images, movie clips and a forum are some of the pages to be viewed and enjoyed on this German English site.
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Negus; Rick
Negus Rick (USA) Shells of California & Baja, Mexico
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Neuhofer Rudolf
Neuhofer, Rudolf - Seashells from the Adriatic (Mediterranean Sea)
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Nsan
Nsan N-San's World of Beautiful Shells (Japan) Site mostly in Japanese. Some information on collecting shells. Information Exchange Plaza for Shell Collectors.
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Nisters Helmut
(Austria) Natural History Department of the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum The site is takes a close look at the inland molluscs from the whole area of Tyrol (Austria), including the South-Tyrol (Alto Adige - North-Italy - province Bolzano). My site covers information about the malacological history of the Tyrol, the most important malacologists of our home-country, the complete checklist of the Tyrolean inland-species and a nearly complete list of related literature.
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