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Campbell, LD1993Pliocene mollusks from the Yorktown and Chowan River Formations in Virginia
Carpenter, PP1864Supplementary report on the present state of our knowledge with regard to the Mollusca of the West Coast of North America
Carpenter, PP1857Catalogue of the Reigen collection of Mazatlan Mollusca in the British Museum
Carpenter, PP1857Report on the present state of our knowledge with regard to the Mollusca of the West Coast of North America
Carpenter, PP1856Monograph of the shells collected by T. Nuttall, Esq. on the Califomian coast, in the years 1834-5
Carranza, A, Norbis, W2005Latitudinal trends in shell characters of the neogastropod Olivancillaria urceus (Gastropoda: Olividae) in the temperate southwestern Atlantic Ocean
Casey, TL1903Notes on the Conrad collection of Vicksburg fossils, with descriptions of new species
Catano, CHSoares, G. Veloso, G, R. Cardosa, S2003Population biology and secondary production of Olivancillaria vesica vesica (Gmelin, 1791) (Gastropoda: Olividae) on a sandy beach in southeastern Brazil
Centomo, G2011List and iconography of the Oliva species found at low tide on some beaches of Bali and Gili Trawangan island (Indonesia). Shelling trip report.
Centomo, G2011Olivas from Unguja Is., Zanzibar Archipelago (East Africa). Shelling trip report.
Cernohorsky, WO1984Systematics of the family Nassariidae
Cernohorsky, WO1980Research reveals an old valid name for Oliva subulata
Cernohorsky, WO1972Marine shells of the Pacific. 2
Cernohorsky, WO1972A taxonomic evaluation of Recent and fossil non-mitrid species proposed in the family Mitridae (Mollusca: Gastropoda)
Cernohorsky, WO1967Marine shells of the Pacific
Chavan, A1965Essai de réclassification des Olividae: Ancillinae
Chavan, A1951Deux intéressants Gastéropodes du Pliocène marocain
Chavan, A, Fischer, M1939Sur les variations d’Ancilla (Sparella) dubia Desh. et sur quelques formes voisines de l’Eocène
Chemnitz, JH1788Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. Zehenter und letzter Band
Chemnitz, JH1780Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. 4
Children, JG1823Lamarck’s genera of shells
Cilia, DP2012A new Javan species of Agaronia Gray, 1839 (Neogastropoda: Olividae)
Clark, BL1918The San Lorenzo series of Middle California
Clark, BL, Durham, JW1946Eocene faunas from the Department of Bolivar, Colombia
Clark, BL, Woodford, AO1927The geology and paleontology of the type section of the Meganos Formation (lower middle Eocene) of California
Clark, WB1891The Eocene of the United States
Clench, WJ1945A new subspecies of Oliva reticularis Lamarck, from the Bahamas
Clench, WJ1938A new species of Oliva from Santa Domingo, with notes on other marine forms
Clench, WJ1937Descriptions of new land and marine shells from the Bahama Islands
Clench, WJ1934A new subspecies of Oliva reticularis from southern Florida
Coan, EV, Petit, RE2011The publications and malacological taxa of William Wood (1774–1857)
Cohen, KM, Finney, S, Gibbard, PL2012International Chronostratigraphic Chart
Collignon, J1957Mollusques Testacés Marins
Coltro, J2005Brazilian Volutidae
Comella, JFde Villalt1956Los moluscos fósiles del Eoceno pirenaico
Conde, V1966Studies on the ecology and distribution of the marine shelled Mollusca of Barbados
Conrad, TA1865Catalogue of the Eocene and Oligocene Testacea of the United States
Conrad, TA1865Descriptions of new Eocene shells of the United States
Conrad, TA1862Descriptions of new genera, subgenera and species of Tertiary and Recent shells
Conrad, TA1862Descriptions of new, Recent and Miocene shells
Conrad, TA1860Descriptions of new species of Cretaceous and Eocene fossils of Mississippi and Alabama
Conrad, TA1855Descriptions of fossil shells from the Eocene and Miocene formations of California
Conrad, TA1849The following new and interesting shells are from the coast of Lower California and Peru, and were presented to the Academy by Dr. Thomas D. Wilson
Conrad, TA1847Observations on the Eocene formation, and descriptions of one hundred and five new fossils of that period, from the vicinity of Vicksburg, Mississippi, with an appendix
Conrad, TA1843Descriptions of a new genus, and of twenty-nine new Miocene, and one Eocene fossil shells of the United States
Conrad, TA1842Observations on a portion of the Atlantic Tertiary region, with a description of new species of organic remains
Conrad, TA1839Fossils of the medial Tertiary of the United States 1
Conrad, TA1834Descriptions of new Tertiary fossils from the southern States
Conrad, TA1833Fossil shells of the Tertiary formations of North America. 1(2-4)
Cooke, W1926New Eocene mollusks from Jackson, Miss.


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