Mollusks -- Bibliography

Non-Marine
(Revised October 22, 1995)

This bibliography has been adapted from the book Freshwater Mussels of the Tennessee River near Decatur, Alabama by Deborah Wills (1995). See also bibliography on Alabama mollusks.

A Single copy of the bibliography may be used for research purposes as long as proper credit of its source is given. All other rights (electronic and/or hardcopy) are reserved. Comments and/or additions to the list may be sent to dwills@hiwaay.net.


Copyright 1995, 1996 by Deborah Wills


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Identification -- Freshwater Mollusks

Bogan, Arthur E. 1993.
Workshop on freshwater bivalves of Pennsylvania. Sewell, NJ: Freshwater Molluscan Research.

Bogan, Arthur E., and Paul W. Parmalee. 1983.
Tennessee's rare wildlife. Volume II: Mollusks. Nashville, TN: Tennessee Heritage Program, Department of Conservation.

Burch, John B. 1972.
Freshwater Sphaeriacean clams (Mollusca: Pelecypoda) of North America. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. (Biota of Freshwater Ecosystems Identification Manual No. 3)

------. 1973.
Freshwater Unionacean clams (Mollusca: Pelecypoda) of North America. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. (Biota of Freshwater Ecosystems Identification Manual No. 11)

------. 1982.
Freshwater snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of North America. Cincinnati, OH: Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (EPA-600/3-82-026; NTIS: PB82-207168)

------. 1989.
North American freshwater snails. Ann Arbor, MI. 365 pp., 786 figs, paperbound.

Clarke, Arthur H. 1973.
The Freshwater molluscs of the Canadian Interior Basin. Malacologia 13, no. 1-2:1-509.

------. 1981.
The Freshwater molluscs of Canada. Ottawa, Canada: Museum of Natural History.

Cummings, Kevin S., and Christine A. Mayer. 1992.
Field guide to freshwater mussels of the midwest. Champaign, IL: Illinois Natural History Survey. (Manual 5)

Freshwater mussels of the upper Mississippi River. 1985.
Madison, WI: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. (Color booklet)

Johnson, Richard I. 1970.
The Systematics and zoogeography of the Unionidae (Mollusca: Bivalvia) of the Southern Atlantic Slope Region. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 140, no. 6:263-449.

Jorgensen, S.E., and R.W. Sharp, eds. 1971.
Proceedings of a symposium on rare & endangered mollusks (Naiads) of the U.S. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University; Twin Cities, MN: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Region 3.

McGregor, Monte A., and Mark E. Gordon. 1992.
Commercial musseling in Tennessee. Nashville, TN: Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, Fisheries Division.

Murray, Harold D., and A. Byron Leonard. 1962.
Handbook of Unionid mussels in Kansas. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas, Museum of Natural History. (Misc. Pub. No. 28)

Oesch, Ronald D. 1984.
Missouri naiades: a guide to the mussels of Missouri. Jefferson City, MO: Missouri Department of Conservation.

Parmalee, Paul W. 1967.
The fresh-water mussels of Illinois. Springfield, IL: Illinois State Museum. (Popular Science Series 8)

Rare and endangered biota of Florida. Volume IV. Invertebrates. 1994.
Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida. pp. 53-128.

Starrett, William C. 1971.
A Survey of the mussels (Unionacea) of the Illinois River: a polluted stream. Champaign, IL: Illinois Natural History Survey. (Bulletin 30, Article 5)

Thompson, F.G. 1984.
The Freshwater snails of Florida: a manual for identification. Gainsville, FL: University of Florida Press.

Vidrine, Malcolm F. 1992.
The Historical distributions of freshwater mussels in Louisiana. Eunice, LA: Gail Q. Vidrine Collectables.

Watters, G. Thomas. 1993.
A Guide to the freshwater mussels of Ohio. rev. ed. Columbus, OH: Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

Williams, James D., et al. 1992.
Conservation status of freshwater mussels of the United States and Canada. Fisheries 18, no.9:6-22. (Pictures of endangered/threatened mussels)

Wills, Deborah. 1995.
Freshwater mussels of the Tennessee River near Decatur, Alabama. Hartselle, AL: D.R. Wills.


General

Arnold, Winifred H., compiler. 1965.
A Glossary of a thousand-and-one terms used in conchology. The Veliger 7 (March 15 Supplement).

Brann, W. Paul. 1947.
Fresh-water mussel shells, the basis for an Arkansas industry. Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas. (Research Series No. 9)

Gunston, David. 1984.
Master of the pearl: the story of Kokichi Mikimoto. Oceans 17, no. 3 (May):17-21.

Hopkins, Sewell H. 1934.
The Parasite inducing pearl formation in American freshwater Unionidae. Science 79, no.2052:385-6.

Jacobson, Morris K., ed. 1974.
How to study and collect shells: a symposium. American Malacological Union.

Lopinot, A.C. 1967.
The Illinois mussel : he may be ugly and uncultured, but don't undersell this pearl in the rough. Outdoor Illinois Magazine 6, no.3 (May). (8 pp.)

------. 1968.
Illinois fresh-water mussel shell industry. Illinois Department of Conservation. (Special Fisheries Report No. 24)

Madison, John. 1985.
Mississippi shell game. Audubon 87 (March):46-69.

Mollusks. 1987.
The New Encyclopaedia Britannica. 15th ed. Macropaedia. Chicago. pp. 306-32.

Stolzenburg, William. 1992.
The Mussels' message. Nature Conservancy 42, no. 6:17-23.

Turgeon, D.D., et al. 1988.
Common and scientific names of aquatic invertebrates from the United States and Canada : Mollusks. American Fisheries Society. (Special Pub. No. 16)


Further Reading on Freshwater Mussels

Baker, F.C. 1973.
Fresh water Mollusca of Wisconsin. Lubrecht & Cramer. (Reprint)

Brice, James R., and Randall B. Lewis. 1979.
Mapping of mussel (Unionidae) communities in large streams. The American Midland Naturalist 101, no.2:454-5.

Brown, Kenneth M. 1991.
Mollusca: Gastropoda. In Ecology and Classification of North American Freshwater Invertebrates, ed. Thorp, J.H., and A. P. Covich, 285-314. San Diego: Academic Press.

Clarke, Arthur H. 1970.
Papers on the rare and endangered mollusks of North America. Malacologia 10, no.1.

------. 1985.
An annotated bibliography of the freshwater mussels of the United States. Army Corps of Engineers, Environmental Impact Resources Program (EL-85-1: 215 pp.).

Cummings, Kevin S. 1991.
Freshwater mussels of the Illinois River: past, present, and future. In Governor's conference on the management of the Illinois River system. (October 22-23).

Cummings, Kevin S., and Jeanine M.K. Berlocher. 1990.
The Naiades or freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) of the Tippecanoe River, Indiana. Malacological Review 23:83-98.

Cvancara, Alan M. 1972.
Lake mussel distribution as determined with SCUBA. Ecology 53, no.1:154-7.

Frierson, L. S. 1927.
A Classified and Annotated Check List of the North American Naiades. Baylor Univ. Press, Waco, TX.

Fuller, Samuel L.H. 1977.
Freshwater and terrestrial mollusks. In Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals of North Carolina, eds. J.E. Ccooper, S.S. Robinson, and J. B. Funderburg, 143-194. Raleigh, NC: N.C. State Museum of Natural History.

Hart, C.W., Jr., and Samuel L. H. Fuller, eds. 1974.
Pollution ecology of freshwater invertebrates. New York: Academic Press.

Heard, William H. 1970.
Eastern freshwater mollusks (II) The South Atlantic and Gulf Drainages. Malacologia 10, no.1:23-31. (American Malacological Union Symposium on Rare and Endangered Mollusks)

Herrington, H. B. 1962.
A Revision of the Sphaeriidae of North America (Mollusca: Pelecypoda). Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan. (April 26). (Museum of Zoology Misc. Pub. 118)

Isom, Billy G. 1972.
Mussels in the unique Nickajack Dam construction site, Tennessee River, 1965. Malacological Review 5:4-6.

Jenkinson, John J. 1988.
Resurvey of freshwater mussel stocks in the Duck River, Tennessee. Knoxville, TN: TVA.

Matteson, Max R. 1955.
Studies on the natural history of the Unionidae. The American Midland Naturalist 53, no.1:126-45.

Miller, Andrew C., and Paul D. Hartfield. 1988.
Mussels of the east fork of the Tombigbee River, Monroe and Itawamba Counties, Mississippi. Vicksburg, MS: US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. (Misc. Paper EL-88-8)

Miller, Andrew C., and Barry S. Payne. 1991.
An Investigation of freshwater mussels (Unionidae) in the Tennessee River Below Kentucky lock and Dam. Vicksburg, MS: US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. (Technical Report EL-91-8)

------. 1992.
The Effects of increased commercial navigation traffic on freshwater mussels in the upper Mississippi River: 1990 studies. Vicksburg, MS: US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. (Technical Report EL-92-23)

------. 1992.
Use of field techniques to assess the environmental effects of commercial navigation traffic. Vicksburg, MS: US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. (Technical Report EL-92-12)

Miller, Andrew C., Barry S. Payne, and Paul D. Hartfield. 1992.
Characterization of a freshwater mussel (Unionidae) community in the Big Sunflower River, Sharkey County, Mississippi. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences 37, no.3:8-11.

Miller, Andrew C., Barry S. Payne, and Richard Tippit. 1992.
Characterization of a freshwater mussel (Unionidae) community immediately downriver of Kentucky Lock and Dam in the Tennessee River. Transactions of the Kentucky Academy of Science 53, no. 3-4:154-61.

Miller, Andrew C., et al. 1987.
Gravel bar mussel communities: A community model. Vicksburg, MS: US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. (Technical Paper EL-87-13)

Ortmann, A.E. 1925.
The Naiad-fauna of the Tennessee River system below Walden Gorge. The American Midland Naturalist 9, no.7:257-370.

Parmalee, Paul W., and Arthur E. Bogan. 1986.
Molluscan remains from aboriginal middens at the Clinch River breeder reactor plant site, Roane County, Tennessee. American Malacological Bulletin 4, no.1:25-37.

Parmalee, Paul W., and Walter E. Klippel. 1984.
The Naiad fauna of the Tellico River, Monroe County, Tennessee. American Malacological Bulletin 3, no.1:41-4.

Pennak, Robert W. 1989.
Fresh-water invertebrates of the United States: Protozoa to Mollusca. 3d ed. New York: Wiley.

Schanzle, Robert W., and Kevin S. Cummings. 1991.
A Survey of the freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) of the Sangamon River Basin, Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey. (Biological Notes 137)

Stansbery, David H. 1970.
Eastern freshwater mollusks (I) The Mississippi and St. Lawrence River Systems. Malacologia 10, no.1:9-22.

Taylor, Dwight W. 1970.
Western freshwater mollusks. Malacologia 10, no.1:33-4.

van der Schalie, Henry, and Annette van der Schalie. 1950.
The Mussels of the Mississippi River. The American Midland Naturalist 44:448-66.

Watters, G. Thomas. 1994a.
North American freshwater mussels: Part I. The quick and the dead. American Conchologist 22, no.2 (June):4-7.

------. 1994b.
North American freshwater mussels: Part II. Identification, collection, and the art of Zen malacology. American Conchologist 22, no.3 (September):11-13, 18.

------. 1994c.
An Annotated bibliography of the reproduction and propagation of the Unionidae (primarily of North Alabama). Columbus, OH: Ohio Biological Survey.


Reading on Land Snails

Abbott, R. Tucker. 1989.
Compendium of landshells: a color guide to more than 2,000 of the world's terrestrial shells. Melbourne, FL: American Malacologists, Inc.

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

Baker, F.C. 1939.
Fieldbook of Illinois land snails. Illinois Natural History Survey. 166 pp.

Brown, Kenneth M. 1991.
Mollusca: Gastropoda. In Ecology and Classification of North American Freshwater Invertebrates, ed. Thorp, J.H., and A. P. Covich, 285-314. San Diego: Academic Press.

Burch, J. B. 1962.
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, IA: W.C. Brown Co. 214 pp.

Clench, William J. 1970.
Eastern land snails. Malacologia 10, no.1:35-37. (American Malacological Union Symposium on Rare and Endangered Mollusks)

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.

Fuller, Samuel L.H. 1977.
Freshwater and terrestrial mollusks. In Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals of North Carolina, eds. J.E. Ccooper, S.S. Robinson, and J. B. Funderburg, 143-194. Raleigh, NC: N.C. State Museum of Natural History.

Stein, Carol B. 1976.
Gastropods. In Endangered and threatened plants and animals of Alabama: the results of a symposium. Bulletin Alabama Museum of Natural History 2:21-41.

Taft, Celeste. 1961.
The Shell-bearing land snails of Ohio. Columbus: Ohio State University.

Walker, Bryant. 1928.
The Terrestrial shell-bearing mollusca of Alabama. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. (Misc. Pub. 18). Alabama Museum of Natural History. (Museum Paper No. 80)

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