Author: John Bayard Burch
Publisher: WCB/McGraw-Hill (January 1962)
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Burch, J. B. (John Bayard), 1929-. Note: Dubuque, IA: W. C. Brown C. 1962. Gastropoda - United States - Identification.
pictured-key for determining the land snails of the United States occurring east of the Rocky Mountain Divide. Pictured-key nature series. by Burch, John Baynard. Published in Dubuque, Iowa. United States, Gasteropods, Mollusks.
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Burch, John B. How to Know the Eastern Land Snails: Pictured-keys for Determining the Land Snails of the United States Occurring East of the Rocky Mountain Divide. Dubuque: William C. Brown, 1962. 377 species included. Clarke, Arthur H. The Freshwater Molluscs of the Canadian Interior Basin. Malacologia 13, nos. 1-2 (1973): 1-509.
John B. Burch in the New Hebrides, 1967. Some sample taken in Tahiti in 1970 have proven to be of importance in efforts to conserve vanishing kinds of the land snail Partula. How to Know the Eastern Land Snails. John Bayard Burch (born 1929) is an American zoologist, a biology professor at the University of Michigan, and the Curator of Mollusks at the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology He is a son of biologist Paul Randolph Burch (1898–1958; . Wm. Brown Pub. 214 pp. Freshwater unionacean clams (Mollusca: Pelecypoda) of North America. Biota of Freshwater Ecosystems, Identification Manual No. 11.
How to Know the Land Birds: Pictured Keys for Determining All of the Land Birds of the Entire United States and Southern Canada.
Snails are unique mollusks with rasping mouthparts, intercrossing dorsal and ventral muscles, and a mantle, the organ that builds a hard shell (though less active in slugs). Malacology - the study of mollusks - has been an integral part of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History since its founding in 1895.