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International Journal of Malacology 1984 ISSN 2037 - 8998
published by
Associazione Malacologica Internazionale (A.M.I.)
"Founded to the increase and diffusion of Malacological knowledge" (14.11.1984)

Argonauta is not issued for purposes of zoological nomenclature, in accordance with art. 8.2 of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (2012)

In this number:
Argonauta num. 1-6 year 2013 volume XXII
Roberto Ubaldi DALLA REDAZIONE pag. 001
Raffaele Petrone Sulla somiglianza di alcuni Muricidae del genere Thais pag. 002-025
Claudio Fanelli Marmorana signata cfr. tiburtina (E. von Martens, 1899) pag. 027-040
Domenico Capua Collezionare Cefalopodi pag. 041-070
Alessandro Margelli Tacheocampylaea Pfeiffer, 1877 Foto e commenti personali su due specie isolane pag. 071-085
Irene Vuolo CRDM2012 Campagna di Ricerche Didattico Malacologiche 2012 pag. 086-137

Associazione Malacologica Internazionale (A.M.I.)
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FOTOGRAFIE: Claudio Fanelli – Gilda Pianciamore

La Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri ha iscritto al R.N.S. la presente pubblicazione a decorrere del 16.5.1996 (N. 1902. Vol. 20 f. 9 in data 17.5.1986)
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