Basteria is the scientific journal of the Netherlands Malacological Society. It is published six times a year in two volumes. In Basteria, original articles are published about malacological subjects like taxonomics, systematics, fauna-surveys, (palaeo)ecology, (palaeo)biogeography, the way of life of molluscs, anatomy, book reviews, etc. Articles are reviewed by an editorial board of prominent malacologists and can be offered by members as well as non-members. Basteria is mainly published in English.
The name of the Journal is related to the famous scientist of the 18th century, Mr. Job Baster.
The editorial staff of Basteria consists of Dr. E. Gittenberger (editor in chief), Dr. B. Kokshoorn (lay-out redacteur/editor) and G.C. Kronenberg (editor). Other editors involved with Basteria are: Dr. F. Wesselingh, Dr. G. Vermeij, Dr. G. van der Velde, Dr. A.C. van Bruggen and Dr. Th.C.M. Kemperman.
Guidelines for authors
For more information about the requirements to articles in Basteria please consult the guidelines for authors.
Single issues can be ordered via the librarian
Two supplements to Basteria are published, both in English. These are:
Separate issues can be ordered via the librarian of the NMV, Rob Moolenbeek. The price, excluding postage, is 15.00 euro (soft cover) or 25.00 euro (hard cover).
Index of Basteria Supplement 3
MOOLENBEEK, R.G., H.E. COOMANS & M. FRANÇOIS: J.G.J. Kuiper - 90 years
BOETERS, H.D.: Die Gattung Bythinella (Caenogastropoda, Hydrobiidae) in Deutsch-land, 2. Vorarbeit für eine weitergehende Revision
DANCE, S.P.: The Kuiper/Dance letters : a 50-year chronicle
DEKKER, H.: A comparison of two ostreid species from widely separated localities in the Indo-West Pacific (Bivalvia, Ostreidae, Lophinae)
GITTENBERGER, E.: Science, snails and textbook’s sloppiness
GLAUBRECHT, M.: Independent evolution of reproductive modes in viviparous freshwater Cerithioidea (Gastropoda, Sorbeoconcha) - a brief review
GLÖER, P.: Der Gefährdungsgrad der Sphaeriidae (Bivalvia, Veneroida) in Hamburg
HEIMAN, E.L.:Diagnostic shell characters of Erosaria acicularis and Erosaria spurca (Gastropoda, Cypraeidae)
JANSSEN, A.W.: Notes on the systematics, morphology and biostratigraphy of fossil holoplanktonic Mollusca, 151. Description of Edithinella doliarius spec. nov. (Gastro-poda, Euthecosomata), from the Miocene (Langhian) of the Maltese archipelago
MEEUSE, A.D.J.: Albinism in Gastropoda
CADÉE, G.C.: Gastropod shells cracked by hooded crows by dropping
PEURSEN, A.D.P. VAN: Müllers flu’s (Bivalvia, Corbiculidae)
TORREY, C., I. HUMPHERYES & G. DUSSART: Littorina littorea (Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda, Littorinidae) considered as an indicator of recovery from sewage pollution
WINTER, A.J. DE: Gulella (Silvigulella) kuiperi spec. nov., a new minute land snail from Cameroon (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Streptaxidae)
ROLÁN, E.: The genus Seila in West Africa (Gastropoda, Cerithiopsidae)
MOOLENBEEK, R.G.: Conus (Lilliconus) kuiperi spec. nov. (Gastropoda, Conidae), from the Sultanate of Oman
FABER, M.J.: A small note on the distribution of a small clam (Bivalvia, Nuculidae)
MIENIS, H.K.: De Siciliaanse kielnaaktslak Milax nigricans (Philippi, 1836) in Nederland (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Milacidae)
TURNER, H.: A new small ribbed miter from the Indo-Pacific (Neogastropoda, Muricoidea, Costellariidae)
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