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Bermejo, M.1979The first olivid from the Canary Islands
Conrad, T. A.1849The 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
Tate, R.1889The gastropods of the older Tertiary of Australia. Part II
Meyer, O.1885The genealogy and the age of the species of the southern Old-Tertiary. I
Sowerby, G. B.1823The genera of Recent and fossil shells, for the use of students in conchology and geology
Adams, H., Adams A.1858The genera of Recent Mollusca; arranged according to their organization
Adams, H., Adams A.1853The genera of Recent Mollusca; arranged according to their organization
Burch, J. Q., Burch R. L.1964The genus Agaronia J.E. Gray, 1839
Kilburn, R. N., Bouchet P.1988The genus Amalda in New Caledonia
Altena, C. Ovan Regter, Gittenberger E.1981The genus Babylonia (Prosobranchia: Buccinidae)
Gittenberger, E., Goud J.2003The genus Babylonia revisited (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Buccinidae)
Olson, O. P.1956The genus Baryspira (Mollusca) in New Zealand
Kilburn, R. N.1980The genus Oliva (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Olividae) in southern Africa and Mozambique
Tursch, B., Greifeneder D.2001The genus Oliva and the species problem
Nielsen, S. N.2004The genus Olivancillaria (Gastropoda: Olividae) in the Miocene of Chile: rediscovery of a senior synonym and description of a new species
Pastorino, G.2009The genus Olivella Swainson, 1831 (Gastropoda: Olividae) in Argentine waters
Dixon, F.1850The geology and fossils of the Tertiary and Cretaceous formations of Sussex
Clark, B. L., Woodford A. O.1927The geology and paleontology of the type section of the Meganos Formation (lower middle Eocene) of California
Petuch, E. J., Roberts C. E.2007The geology of the Everglades and adjacent areas
Ladd, H. S.1934The geology of Vitilevu, Fiji
Griffith, L. M.1967The intertidal univalves of British Columbia
Bartow, J. A., Pittman G. M.1983The Kern River Formation, southeast San Joaquin Valley, California
Greifeneder, D., Duchamps, R., Tursch B.1995The Lamarckian names for Oliva species (Studies on Olividae. 23)
Stephenson, L. W.1941The larger invertebrate fossils of the Navarro group of Texas (exclusive of corals and crustaceans and exclusive of the fauna of the Escondido formation)
Harris, G. D.1899The Lignitic Stage, Part II, Scaphopoda, Gastropoda, Pteropoda and Cephalopoda
Olsson, A. A., Dance S. P.1966The Linnean olives
R.P.A. Voskuil1995The living species of the genus Hydatina Schumacher, 1817, (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Opistobranchia: Hydatinidae) with the description of a new species
Tomlin, J. R. Le B., Shackleford L. J.1914The marine Mollusca of Sao Tomé
Altena, C. Ovan Regter1975The marine Mollusca of Suriname (Dutch Guiana) Holocene and Recent. Part III. Gastropoda and Cephalopoda
Abbott, R. T.1958The marine mollusks of Grand Cayman Island, British West Indies
Turton, W. H.1932The marine shells of Port Alfred, South Africa
Tursch, B., Machbaete Y.1995The microstructure of the shell in the genus Oliva (Studies on Olividae. 24)
Gardner, J.1933The Midway Group of Texas
Harris, G. D.1896The Midway Stage
Sowerby, J.1815The Mineral Conchology of Great Britain, 1
Sowerby, J.1821The Mineral Conchology of Great Britain, 3
Sowerby, J.1822The Mineral Conchology of Great Britain, 4
Li, C. C.1930The Miocene and Recent Mollusca of Panama Bay
Olsson, A. A.1922The Miocene of northern Costa Rica. With notes on its general stratigraphic relations
Dall, W. H., Simpson C. T.1901The Mollusca of Porto Rico
Woodring, W. P.1916The Mollusca of the Bowden beds of Jamaica
Harris, G. D., Palmer K. V. W.1947The Mollusca of the Jackson Eocene of the Mississippi embayment (Sabine River to the Alabama River). Second section. Including Part II, Univalves and Index
Cossmann, M., Pissarro G.1909The Mollusca of the Ranikot Series. Pt. 1. — Cephalopoda and Gastropoda
Picardal, R. M., Dolorosa R. G.2014The molluscan fauna (gastropods and bivalves) and notes on environmental conditions of two adjoining protected bays in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines
Gardner, J.1937The molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff group in Florida. Part VI. Pteropoda, Opisthobranchia and Ctenobranchia (in part)
Ludbrook, N. H.1958The molluscan fauna of the Pliocene strata underlying the Adelaide Plains. Part V. Gastropoda (Eratoidae to Scaphandridae)
Garvie, C. L.1996The molluscan fauna of the Reklaw Formation, Marquez Member (Eocene: Lower Claibornian), in Texas
Petuch, E. J.1998The molluscan fauna of the Wawa River region, Miskito coast, Nicaragua: ecology, biogeographical implications, and description of new taxa
López, A., López, J., Montoya M.1988The molluscan genus Agaronia (Olividae) in the Panamic province
Garvie, C. L.2013The molluscan macrofauna of the Seguin Formation (Upper Paleocene) in Central Texas


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