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Gonzalez-Delgado, J. A.1993Estudio sistemático de los gasterópodos del Plioceno de Huelva (SW de Espana). V: Neogastropoda (Volutacea, Connacea)
Gould, A. A.1864Descriptions of new shells collected by the North Pacific Exploring Expedition
Gould, A. A., Carpenter P. P.1856Descriptions of shells from the Gulf of California, and the Pacific coasts of Mexico and California
Grant, U. S., Gale H. R.1931Catalogue of the marine Pliocene and Pleistocene Mollusca of California
Gratecap, D.2012Le genre Amalda en Afrique Australe - The genus Amalda in South Africa
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Grateloup, J. P. S.1834Tableau (suite du) des coquilles fossiles qu’on rencontre dans les terrains tertiaires grossiers (faluns) du Bassin géologique de l’Adour (Landes)
Gray, J. E.1865List of the Mollusca in the collection of the British Museum. Part II. Olividae
Gray, J. E.1858An attempt to distribute the species of Olive (Oliva, Lamarck) into natural groups, and to define some of the species
Gray, J. E.1857Guide to the systematic distribution of Mollusca in the British Museum. 1
Gray, J. E.1847Description of some new species of marine shells
Gray, J. E.1847A list of the genera of Recent Mollusca, their synonyms and types
Gray, J. E.1839Molluscous animals, and their shells
de Gregorio, A.1894Description des faunes tertiaires de la Vénétie. Monographie des fossiles éocéniques (étage parisien) de Mont Postale
de Gregorio, A.1890Monographie de la faune éocènique de l’Alabama et surtout de celle de Claiborne de l’étage Parisien (Horizon à Venericardia planicosta Lamk.)
de Gregorio, A.1880Fauna di S. Giovanni Ilarione (Parisiano). Parte 1. Cefalopodi e Gasteropodi
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Greifeneder, D., Blöcher M.1985Eine neue Oliva-Art von der Philippinen
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Griffin, M., Nielsen S. N.2008A revision of the type specimens of Tertiary molluscs from Chile and Argentina described by d’Orbigny (1842), Sowerby (1846) and Hupé (1854)
Griffith, L. M.1967The intertidal univalves of British Columbia
Grove, S. J.2011A guide to the seashells and other marine molluscs of Tasmania
Groves, L. T.2012Catalog of Recent molluscan types in the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
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Guppy, R. J. L.1876On the Miocene fossils of Haiti
Guppy, R. J. L.1874On the West Indian Tertiary fossils
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Haas, H. J.1889Verzeichniss der in den Kieler Sammlungen befindlichen fossilen Mollusken-arten aus dem Rupelthone von Itzehoe nebst Beschreibung einiger neuer und einiger selten-eren Formen
Habe, T.1992Illustrations of the Philippine marine gastropods described by Paul Bartsch in 1918
Habe, T.1967Common shells of Japan in color
Habe, T.1964Shells of the western Pacific in color. 2
Habe, T.1962Coloured illustrations of the shells of Japan. II.
Habe, T.1959Radulae of four gastropods from South Australia and New Zealand
Habe, T., Tuchiya K.1998Checklist of the malacofauna of Akajima Island and adjacent area, Okinawa Prefecture
Hamada, S.1973Olivella japonica (Gastropoda: Olividae) preys on juvenile Meretrix lamarck (Bivalvia: Veneridae)
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Hamlyn-Harris, A. G.1970Oliva rubrolabiata
Harris, G. D.1899The Lignitic Stage, Part II, Scaphopoda, Gastropoda, Pteropoda and Cephalopoda
Harris, G. F.1897Catalogue of Tertiary Mollusca in the Department of Geology, British Museum (Natural History). Part 1. The Australasian Tertiary Mollusca.
Harris, G. D.1896The Midway Stage
Harris, G. D.1895Neocene Mollusca of Texas
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
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