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Alabama Mollusks

Bibliography

Non-Marine Mollusks
(Last Revised March 9, 1997)

This bibliography was originally adapted from the book Freshwater Mussels of the Tennessee River near Decatur, Alabama by Deborah Wills (1995), but has been greatly enhanced by the addition of citations from Kevin Cummings (Illinois Natural History Survey) and other personal acquisitions. This list is not meant to be a recommendation of any particular title, nor is it complete. Comments and/or additions to the list may be sent to dwills@hiwaay.net.

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Alstedt, Steven A. 1983.
The Molluscan fauna of the Elk River in Tennessee and Alabama. The American Malacological Bulletin 1:43-50.

Ahlstedt, S.A., and T.A. McDonough. 1992.
Quantitative evaluation of commercial mussel populations in the Tennessee River portion of Wheeler Reservoir, Alabama. Tennessee Valley Authority, Water, Resources Aquatic Biology Department, Unpublished report 34 pp.

Ahlstedt, S.A., and T.A. McDonough. 1993.
Quantitative evaluation of commercial mussel populations in the Tennessee River portion of Wheeler Reservior, Alabama. pp. 38-49 in K.S. Cummings, A.C. Buchanan, and L.M. Koch. (eds.). Conservation and Management of Freshwater Mussels. Proceedings of a UMRCC Symposium, 12-14 October 1992, St. Louis, Missouri. Upper Mississippi River Conservation Committee, Rock Island, Illinois. 189 pp.

Archer, Allan F. 1939.
The Molluscan population of old gullies in west Alabama. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 11:27.

------. 1940a.
Land Mollusca and forest cover in Alabama. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 12, no. 2:67-68.

------. 1940b.
Land Mollusca of a ruderal field community in north central Alabama. Nautilus 54, no. 1:18-20.

------. 1941.
The land Mollusca of Coosa County, Alabama. Nautilus 55:4-10.

------. 1948.
Land snails of the genus Stenotrema in the Alabama region. University, AL: Geological Survey of Alabama. (Museum paper 28)

Athearn, Herbert D. 1964a.
The Coosa River and its shells . (Abstract). American Malacological Union Annual Reports for 1964:14-5.

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Three new unionids from Alabama and Florida and a note on Lampsilis jonesi. Nautilus 77, no. 4:134-9.

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Baldwin, C.S. 1973.
Changes in the freshwater mussel fauna in the Cahaba River over the past forty years. M.S. Thesis. Tuskegee Institutue. Tuskegee, Alabama. 45 pp.

Baush, Paul F. 1959.
The Coosa revisited. (Abstract) American Malacological Union Annual Reports for 1959:17.

------. 1960.
Anatomy of Rhodacmea cahawbensis Walker, 1917, a river limpet from Alabama. Nautilus 73, no. 3:88-95, pls. 7-9.

Bogan, Arthur E. (? on date).
Decline in the freshwater gastropod fauna in the Mobile Bay Basin. In: Aquatic Ecosystems -- Our Living Resources, pp.249-252. (Or Our Living Resources -- Aquatic Ecosystems the article doesn't make that clear.)

Bogan, Arthur E., and J. Malcolm Pierson. 1993a.
Survey of the aquatic gastopods of the Cahaba River Basin, Alabama, 1992 : Final report. Submitted to Alabama Natural Heritage Program. Contract no. 1922.

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Survey of the aquatic gastopods of the Coosa River Basin, Alabama, 1992 : Final report. Submitted to Alabama Natural Heritage Program. Contract no. 1923.

Bowen, Zachary H. 1993a.
Evaluation of the commercial freshwater mussel fishery on Wheeler Reservoir, Alabama. (Auburn University).

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An assesment of the commercial mussel fishery on Wheeler Reservior, Alabama. (Abstract). pp. 178 in K.S. Cummings, A.C. Buchanan, and L.M. Koch. (eds.). Conservation and Management of Freshwater Mussels. Proceedings of a UMRCC Symposium, 12-14 October 1992, St. Louis, Missouri. Upper Mississippi River Conservation Committee, Rock Island, Illinois. 189 pp.

Butler, R.S. 1989.
Distributional records for freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in Florida and south Alabama, with zoogeographic and taxonomic notes. Walkerana 3(10):239-261.

Butler, R.S. 1993.
Results of a status survey fro eight freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) endemic to eastern Gulf Slope drainages of the Apalachicolan Region of southeast Alabama, southwest Georgia , and north Florida. Report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 30 pp., 1 table, 17 figs.

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Christman, Steven P., Thompson, Fred G., and Elizabeth L. Raiser. 1995.
Tulotoma magnifica (Conrad) (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) status and biology in the Coosa River below Jordan Dam, Alabama. Gainsville, FL: Florida Museum of Natural History. (Prepared for Alabama Power Company, Birmingham, AL)

Clarke, Arthur H. 1981.
The Tribe Alasmidontini (Unionidae: Anodontinae), part I: Pegias, Alasmidonta, and Arcidens. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. (Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, No. 326)

------. 1985.
The Tribe Alasmidontini (Unionidae: Anodontinae), part II: Lasmigona and Simpsonaias. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. (Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, No. 399)

Clench, William J. 1965.
A New species of Clappia from Alabama. Nautilus 79, no. 1:33-4.

Clench, William J., and Ruth D. Turner. 1956.
Freshwater mollusks of Alabama, Georgia, and Florida from the Escambia to the Suwannee River. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 1, no.2:97-239.

Conrad, Timothy A. 1834.
Description of some new species of fresh water shells from Alabama, Tennessee, etc. American Journal of Science and Arts 25, no. 2:338-343. (Reprinted in Sterkiana 1963. 9:49-50)

Cox, Janice P. 1990.
Surface water resources issues analysis: Wheeler Reservoir watershed region. Chattanooga, TN: TVA. (Report includes section and chart on endangered/threatened mussels, and map of the Wheeler Watershed.)

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Davies, W.D., Z. Bowen, S.P. Malvestuto, and J.H. Crane. 1992.
Evaluation of the commercial mussel fishery on Wheeler Reservior, Alabama. Auburn University, Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures, Auburn, Alabama. 50 pp.

Davis, George M. 1975.
Species of Alabama Pleurocera previously considered Goniobasis by authors. Unpublished list furnished for use in connection with the Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals of Alabama Symposium held at Tuscaloosa, Alabama, March 6-7, 1975. 8 pp.

Directions for collecting land shells; Directions for collecting the fresh water shells called penniwinkles; Directions for collecting mussel shells. N.d.
Tuscaloosa, AL: Museum of the Geological Survey of Alabama. 12 p.

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Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants: proposal to list the Cumberland Elktoe,
Oyster Mussel, Cumberlandian Combshell, Purple Bean, and Rough Rabbitsfoot as endangered species. Federal Register 59, no. 134 (July 14, 1994): 35900-6.

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Frierson, Lorraine S. 1900.
A New Alabama Unio. Nautilus 13, no. 10:109-10.

------. 1905.
New Unionidae from Alabama. Nautilus 19, no. 2:13-4.

------. 1908.
Description of a new Pleurobema. Nautilus 22(3):27-28 + 1 plate.

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Goodrich, Calvin. 1922.
The Anculose of the Alabama River drainage. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan. (Museum of Zoology Misc. Pub. No. 7)

------. 1930.
Goniobases of the vicinity of Muscle Shoals. Geological Survey of Alabama. (Museum Paper No. 10). Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan.

------. 1936.
Goniobasis of the Coosa River, Alabama. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. (June 27). (Museum of Zoology Misc. Pub. No. 31).

------. 1941a.
Distribution of the gastropods of the Cahaba River, Alabama. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan. (Museum of Zoology Occas. Pap. 428:1-30)

------. 1941b.
Pleuroceridae of the small streams of the Alabama River system. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan. (Museum of Zoology Occas. Pap. 427:1-10)

------. 1944a.
Certain operculates of the Coosa River system. Nautilus 58:1-10.

------. 1944b.
Pulmonates of the Coosa River. Nautilus 58:11-15.

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Pleuroceridae of the Coosa River basin. Nautilus 58:40-48.

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Sphaeriidae of the Coosa River basin. Nautilus 58:48-52.

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Haag, W.R. and M.L. Warren. 1994.
Are densities of freshwater mussels related to densities of host fishes? (Abstract). Bulletin of the North American Benthological Society 11(1):107.

Hanley, R.W. 1981.
Naiades from the Mobile River System, past and present. (Abstract). Bulletin of the American Malacological Union, Inc. 1981:31-32.

Hanley, R. W. 1982.
Freshwater mussels from the Mobile River system: Past and present. Bulletin of the American Malacological Union. (volume and pages unknown).

Hanley, R.W. 1983.
Observations on Lampsilis altilis (Conrad) and L. perovalis (Conrad) from the Mobile River system. (Abstract). American Malacological Bulletin 1:94.

Hanley, Robert W., and Steven C. Harris. 1987.
Section I. Mollusca. In Aquatic invertebrates in the Warrior Coal Basin of Alabama, 13-44. Tuscaloosa, AL: Geological Survey of Alabama. (Bulletin 127)

Harris, H. B., et al. 1963.
Geology and ground-water resources of Colbert County, Alabama. County Report 10:7-31. University of Alabama.

Harris, Steven C. 1987.
Aquatic invertebrates in the Warrior Coal Basin of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, AL: Geological Survey of Alabama. (Bulletin 127).

------. 1990a.
Preliminary considerations on rare and endangered invertebrates in Alabama. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 61(2):64-92.

------. 1990b.
Preliminary considerations on rare and endangered invertebrates in Alabama. Geological Survey of Alabama, Reprints Series 78:64-92.

Hartfield, P.D. 1988.
Status of the Alabama heelsplitter mussel, Potamilus inflatus (Lea, 1831). Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Report. Prepared for U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Jackson, Mississippi. 27 pp.

------. 1994.
Status review of select mussel species in the Mobile River Basin. Jackson, MS: US Fish & Wildlife Service. (Feb. 23)

Hartfield, P., and R. Jones. 1989.
Population status of endangered mussels in the Tombigbee River at Gainsville Bendway, Alabama, 1988. Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. (Technical Report No. 6)

------. 1990.
Population status of endangered mussels in the Buttahatchee River, Mississippi and Alabama, segment 1, 1989. Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. (Technical Report No.9)

Hershler, Robert, Pierson, J. Malcolm, and R. Stephen Krotzer. 1990.
Rediscovery of Tulotoma magnifica (Conrad) (Gastropoda: Viviparidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 103(4): 815-24.

Hinkley, A. A. 1904a.
List of Alabama shells collected in October and November 1893. Nautilus 18:40-1.

------. 1904b.
List of Alabama shells collected in October and November 1903. Nautilus 18, no.4:37-45; no.5:54-7.

------. 1906.
Some shells from Mississippi and Alabama. Nautilus 20, no.3:34-6; no.4:40-5; no.5:52-5.

Hinton, John Lawrence. 1951.
The Terrestrial shell-bearing mollusca of the Black Belt of Alabama. M.S. Thesis. University, Alabama. (70 leaves).

Hoffmeister, William Simon. 1926.
The Molluscan fauna of the Wilcox Group of Alabama. Ph.D. Thesis. The Johns Hopkins University.

Hubricht, Leslie. 1963.
Corbicula fluminea in the Mobile River. Nautilus 77, no.1:31.

------. 1965.
The Land snails of Alabama. Sterkiana 17:1-5.

------. 1966.
Corbicula manilensis (Philippi) in the Alabama River system. Nautilus 80, no.1: 32-3.

Hurd, John Carleton. 1971.
A Survey of the molluscs of the Chewacla and Saugahtchee Creek drainages in western Lee County Alabama. A Thesis. Auburn, AL.

------. 1972.
A survey of the molluscs of the Chewacla and Saugahatchee Creek drainages in western Lee County, Alabama (Mollusca: Gastropoda and Pelecypoda). (Abstract). ASB (Association of Southeast Biologists) Bulletin 19(2):76.

------. 1974.
Systematics and zoogeography of the Unionacean mollusks of the Coosa River drainage of Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee. Ph.D. Thesis. Auburn University. 259 pp. (Dissertation Abstracts International vol. 35/07-B, p. 3671)

Hurd, J.C., and H.B. Cunningham. 1972.
The freshwater Mollusca of western Lee County, Alabama. (Abstract). Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 43(3):168-169.

Huryn, A.D., A.C. Benke, and G. Milton Ward. 1995.
Direct and indirect effects of geology on the distribution, biomass, and production of the freshwater snail Elimia. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 14(4):519-534.

Huryn, A.D., J.W. Koebel, and A.C. Benke. 1994.
Life history and longenvity of the pleurocerid snail Elimia: a comparative study of eight populations. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 13(4):540-556.

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Isom, Billy G. 1968.
The Naiad fauna of Indian Creek, Madison County, Alabama. The American Midland Naturalist 79, no. 2:514-516.

------. 1969.
The Mussel resource of the Tennessee River. Malacologia 7, no.2-3:397-425.

------. 1971a.
Aquatic invertebrates of the Tennessee Valley Region: a partially annotated bibliography. Muscle Shoals, AL: TVA.

------. 1971b.
A biologist's look at the history of Muscle Shoals (Mussel Shoals). Malacological Review 4(2):203-206.

------. 1971c.
Effect of storage and mainstream reservoirs on benthis macroinvertebrates in the Tennessee Valley. In Reservoir Fisheries and Limnology, Special Publication No. 8:179-91.

------. 1973.
Mussels of the Elk River basin in Alabama and Tennessee, 1965-1967. The American Midland Naturalist 89, no.2:437-42.

------. 1973.
The mussels of the Flint and Paint Rock River systems of the southwest slope of the Cumberland Plateau in North Alabama, 1965 and 1967. The American Midland Naturalist 89, no.2:442-6.

Isom, Billy G., and Paul Yokley, Jr. 1968.
Mussels of Bear Creek Watershed, Alabama and Mississippi, with a discussion of the area geology. The American Midland Naturalist 79, no.1:189-96.

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Mussels of the Flint and Paint Rock river systems of the southwest slope of the Cumberland Plateau in North Alabama - 1965 and 1967. American Midland Naturalist 89(2):442-446.

Isom, B. G., P. Yokely, Jr., and C.G. Gooch. 1971.
Mussel survey of the Elk River Basin in Alabama and Tennessee -- 1965-1967. The American Midland Naturalist 89, no.2:437-442.

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Jenkinson, John Joseph. 1973.
Distribution and zoogeography of the Unionidae (Mollusca: bivalvia) in four creek systems in East-Central Alabama. (Auburn University).

------. 1979.
The Occurrence and spread of Corbicula manilensis in East-Central Alabama. Nautilus 94:149-53.

------. 1982.
Endangered or threatened aquatic mollusks of the Tennessee River System. Bulletin of the American Malacological Union for 1981:43-5.

Johnson, Richard I. 1967.
Additions to the unionid fauna of the Gulf drainage of Alabama, Georgia, and Florida (Mollusca: Bivalvia). Breviora 270:1-21.

------. 1969.
Further additions to the Unionid fauna of the Gulf drainage of Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. Nautilus 83, no.1:34-5.

------. 1979.
A list of the types of Unionacea in the Museum of Zoology, The University of Michigan, with their original references and type localities. Malacological Review 12: 30-36.

------. 1983.
Margaritifera marrianae, a new species of Unionacea (Bivalvia: Margaritiferidae) from the Mobile-Alabama-Coosa and Escambia river systems, Alabama. Occasional Papers on Mollusks, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University 4(62):299-304.

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La Rocque, A. 1962.
Key references to the Mollusca of Alabama. Sterkiana 7:4, 6.

Lea, Issac. 1829.
Descriptions of new species of Unio from Tennessee, Alabama, and North Carolina. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences 10:40-1.

------. 1845.
Description of new fresh water and land shells. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 9(N.S):275-282 + 4 plates.

------. 1857a.
Descriptions of six new species of Uniones from Alabama. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 9:83.

------. 1857b.
Description of twenty-seven new species of Uniones from Georgia. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 9:169-172.

------. 1858a.
Descriptions of new species of Unio, from Tennessee, Alabama, and North Carolina. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 10:40-41.

------. 1858b.
Descriptions of seven new species of Margaritanae, and four new species of Anodontae. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 10:138-139.

------. 1858c.
New Unionidae of the United States. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 4(second series)1:51-95 + 15 plates.

------. 1859.
Descriptions of seven new species of Uniones from South Carolina, Florida, Alabama and Texas. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 11:154-155.

------. 1860a.
Descriptions of five new species of Uniones from North Alabama. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 12:92-93.

------. 1860b.
Descriptions of six new species of Unionidae from Alabama. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 12:307.

------. 1860c.
New Unionidae of the United States and Northern Mexico. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 4(new series)4:327-374 + 16 plates.

------. 1861a.
Description of a new species of Neritina, from Coosa River, Alabama. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 13:55.

------. 1861b.
Descriptions of twelve new species of Uniones, from Alabama. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 13:59-60.

------. 1861c.
Descriptions of twenty-five new species of Unionidae from Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Florida. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 13:38-41.

------. 1864.
Descriptions of twenty-four new species of Physa of the United States amd Canada. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 16:114-116.

------. 1865.
Description of eight new species of Unio of the United States. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 17:88-89.

------. 1867.
Descriptions of five new species of Unionidae and one Paludina of the United States. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 10:81.

------. 1868a.
Description of sixteen new species of the genus Unio of the United States. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 20:143-145.

------. 1868b.
Descriptions of twenty-six new species Melanidae of the United States. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 20:151-153.

------. 1871.
Descriptions of twenty new species of uniones of the United States. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 23:189-193.

------. 1872.
Descriptions of twenty-nine species of Unionidae from the United States. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 24:155-161.

Lewis, James. 1869.
Catalogue of the shells of the Coosa River, Alabama. American Journal of Conchology 5, no. 3:166-9.

------. 1876a.
Fauna of Alabama 1. Fresh water and land shells. Alabama Geologic Survey. Report of Progress for 1876: 61-71, 89-93.

------. 1876b.
Fresh-water and land shells of Alabama. Fauna of Alabama 1876:1-42. 4 Supplement.

------. 1877.
Unionidae of Ohio and Alabama. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 29:26-36.

Lydeard, Charles, and Richard L. Mayden. 1995.
A Diverse and endangered aquatic ecosystem of the Southeast United States. Conservation Biology 9 (no.4): 800-805.

Lydeard, Charles, Mulvey, Margaret, and George M. Davis. 1996.
Molecular systematics and evolution of reproductive traits of North American freshwater unionacean mussels (Mollusca: Bivalvia) as inferred from 16S rRNA gene sequences. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 351:1593-1603.

Lydeard, Charles, et al. 1997.
A Molecular phylogeny of Mobile River drainage basin pleurocerid snails (Caenogastropoda: Cerithioidea). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 7, no.1 (Feb.):117-128.

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Matthes, G.H. 1925.
Muscle Shoals vs. Mussel Shoals. Science 61(1573):209.

McGregor, Monte A. 1993.
A qualitative assessment of the unionid fauna found in streams in and near the Tuskegee National Forest : a report prepared for the USDA Forest Service, Montgomery, AL. Auburn Univeristy, AL : Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures. 31 pp.

McGregor, Monte A., Garner, J. T., and Z. Bowen. 1996.
Commercial mussels in Alabama. Auburn University, AL. Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources educational booklet.

McGregor, M.A., McGregor, B.K., and L.A. McDougal. 1994.
A survey of the unionid fauna in the Choctafaula and Uphapee Creek drainage of the Tallapossa River, Alabama. (Abstract). Bulletin of the North American Benthological Society 11(1):110.

McGregor, Stuart W. 1999.
A mussel survey of the Conecuh River System, Alabama, 1998-99. With field assistance from W. Phillip Henderson and Thomas E. Shepard. Geological Survey of Alabama, Environmental Geology Division. Tuscaloosa, AL. (Prepared in cooperation with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.)

------. 1992.
A mussel survey of the streams draining Bankhead National Forest and the Oakmulgee Division of Talladega National Forest, Alabama. Geological Survey of Alabama, Biological Resources Division. In cooperation with the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. 30 pp. + appendicies.

------. 1999.
A survey of freshwater mussels in selected tributaries of the Upper Tombigbee River System, Alabama and Mississippi, 1994-99. With assistance from Jeff Garner, Pat O'Neil, Kevin Roe, Jeanne Serv, and Tom Shepard. Geological Survey of Alabama, Environmental Geology Division. Tuscaloosa, AL. (Prepared in cooperation with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.)

------. 1994.
A survey of Little Lubbub Creek in the vicinity of Pickins County Road 22 for endangered and threatened mussel species. Geological Survey of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 11 pp.

McGregor, Stuart W., and Holly N. Blalock-Herod. 1999.
A mussel survey of the Choctawhatchee/Pea River System of Alabama and Florida, 1998-99. With fiels and laboratory assistance from Jeff Garner, Jeff Herod, Gary Hill, and Bob Lewis. Geological Survey of Alabama, Environmental Geology Division. Tuscaloosa, AL. (Prepared in cooperation with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.)

McGregor, Stuart W., and P.E. O'Neil. 1992.
The biology and water-quality monitoring of the Sipsey River and Lubbub and Bear Creeks, Alabama 1990-1991. Geological Survey of Alabama Circular No. 169: 44 pp

------. 1994.
A survey of the Lower Cahaba River for listed and candidate species of freshwater mussels, 1994. Geological Survey of Alabama, Environmental Geology Division. In cooperation with the Alabama Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources. 20 pp.

McGregor, Stuart W., and Douglas N. Shelton. 1995.
A qualitative assessment of the unionid fauna of the headwaters of the Paint Rock and Flint Rivers of North Alabama and adjacent areas of Tennessee, 1995. Prepared in cooperation with Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Division of Game and Fish. Tuscaloosa, AL : Geological Survey of Alabama. (Preliminary Copy) 23 pp + appendix.

McGregor, Stuart W., and Thomas E. Shepard. 1994.
A survey of the primary tributaries of the Alabama and lower Tombigbee rivers for listed and candidate species of freshwater mussels, snails and crayfish: year one. Geological Survey of Alabama, Environmental Geology Division. In cooperation with the Alabama Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources. 21 pp.

------. 1995a.
A Survey of the Lubbub Creek system, Pickens County, Alabama, for endangered, threatened, and candidate species of freshwater mussels, 1994-1995. Prepared in cooperation with the Pickens County Engineers Office. Tuscaloosa, AL : Geological Survey of Alabama. 10 pp. + appendix.

------. 1995b.
A Survey of the primary tributaries of the Alabama and lower Tombigbee Rivers for listed and candidate species of freshwater mussels, snails and crayfish: year two. Prepared in cooperation with Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Tuscaloosa, AL : Geological Survey of Alabama. (Preliminary Copy) 12 pp. + appendix

McGregor, Stuart W., Shepard, Thomas E., and Jeffry T. Garner. 1996.
A qualitative assessment of the mussel fauna of the Bear Creek system of Northwest Alabama and Northeast Mississippi, 1996. Tuscaloosa, AL: Geological Survey of Alabama. (Preliminary Report).

Morales, Jonathan Brandon T. 1990.
The Distribution of freshwater snails among different ordered streams of the Cahaba River drainage, Alabama: a thesis. Tuscaloosa, AL: (The University of Alabama).

Morrison, J.P.E. 1942.
Preliminary report on mollusks found in the shell mounds of the Pickwick Landing Basin in the Tennessee River valley. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 129: 337-392.

Mott, Seth, and Paul Hartfield. 1994.
Status review summary of the Alabama Pearlshell Margaritifera marrianae. Jackson, MS: US Fish & Wildlife Service. (August)

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Oesch, Ronald D. 1995.
Missouri naiades: a guide to the mussels of Missouri. Jefferson City, MO: Missouri Department of Conservation. (This book has species range maps which include Alabama.)

Ortmann, Arnold E. 1924.
Mussel Shoals. Science 60, no. 1564:555-6.

------. 1925.
The Naiad-fauna of the Tennessee River System below Walden Gorge. The American Midland Naturalist 9, no.7:321-73.

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Peace, R. R., Jr. 1963.
Geology and ground-water resources of Franklin County, Alabama. Geological Survey of Alabama Bulletin 72:7-16.

Pierson, J. Malcolm. 1991a.
Status survey of the Southern Clubshell, Pleurobema decisum (Lea, 1831). Jackson, MS: Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Museum of Natural Science. (Museum Technical Report No. 13)

------. 1991b.
A Survey of the freshwater mussels of the Locust Fork between Warrior and Nectar, Jefferson and Blount Counties, Alabama. Calera, Al: Report prepared for the Birmingham Water Works Board. (December)

------. 1991c.
A Survey of the Sipsey River, Alabama for Quadrula stapes (Lea, 1831) and Pleurobema taitianum (Lea, 1834). Report prepared for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Jackson, Mississippi 26 pp.

------. 1992a.
Endangered and threatened mollusk survey in Choccolocco Creek, Calhoun and Talladega counties, Alabama. Report prepared for the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service

------. 1992b.
A Survey of freshwater mussels from a section of Lost Creek between Holly Grove and Hillard, Walker county, Alabama. Report prepared for Drummond Co., Inc. 10 pp.

------. 1992c.
A Survey of the freshwater mussels of the upper North River system in the vicinity of the proposed Tom Bevill Reservoir, Fayette and Tuscaloosa counties, Alabama. Report prepared for Almon and Assocites, Eng., Tuscaloosa, Alabama 30 pp. (January)

------. 1992d.
A Survey of the Unionid mussels of the Talladega National Forest, Shoal Creek and Talladega Ranger Districts. Report to the U.S. Forest Service 20 pp. (December)

------. 1994.
A survey of the lower Clear Creek System for endangered and threatened mussels, Winston County, Alabama. Report prepared for PERC Engineering Co., Inc. 13 pp.

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Rare species inventory list, 1996. 1996.
Montgomery, AL: Alabama Natural Heritage Program.

Rawls, Hugh Cecil. 1953.
The Land snails of Alabama: with notes on their ecology. Ph.D. Thesis. University, Alabama. (315 leaves).

Richardson, T.D., and J.F. Scheiring. 1994.
Ecological observations of two pleurocerid gastropods: Elimia clara (Lea) and E. cawhawbensis (Say) . Veliger 37(3):284-289.

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Sargent, H. E. 1895.
Ferussacia subcylindracea and two new species in Jackson County, Alabama. Nautilus 8, no. 9:104-5.

Shelton, Douglas N. 1996a.
Observations on the life history and behavior of the Alabama Pearl Shell Margaritifera marrianae R.I. Johnson, 1983. Submitted for publication January 12, 1996.

------. 1996b.
The Paint Rock River Initiative. Submitted for publication January 12, 1996.

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Collecting on the Sipsy River, Alabama. Nautilus 25:84.

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Thomas, D.L., and J. McClintock. 1992.
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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. 1992.
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van der Schalie, Henry. 1934.
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Ten new species in the subgenus Unionicolides (Acari: Unionicolidae: Unionicola) in North and South America, with a re-evaluation of related species. International Journal of Acarology 12(3):123-139.

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Yokley, P. 1972.
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The Zebra mussel invasion in Alabama. 1995.
Auburn University Marine Extension & Research Center, Sea Grant Extension. (Pamphlet) (MASGP-95-008)


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