By Eugene V. Coan, Alan R. Kabat and Richard E. Petit

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Varga, 2002. Agócsy, Pál. Pp. 5-6, in: S. Bodó & G. , Magyar Múzeumi Arcképcsarnok. Budapest: Pulszky Társaság / Tarsoly Kiadó, xvi + 984 pp.

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London: Hurst & Blackett, x + 334 pp. H. Crosse & P. Fischer, 1879. Nécrologie. Journal de Conchyliologie 27(1): 91-93. Melvill, 1890: 220-221. 42 Plates from Zoology of the Samarang (A. div_id=hsr H. A. Pilsbry, 1946. The type specimens of C. B. Adams’ Jamaican species of Vitrinella. Notulae Naturae, Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 162: 1-5. com W. J. Clench & R. D. Turner, 1950. The western Atlantic marine mollusks described by C. B. Adams. Occasional Papers on Mollusks 1(15): 233-403, incl.

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