Other publications of the NMV
Next to the journals and the information leaflets the NMV brings out other publications
irregularly. Below you will find an overview. Not all titles are still available.
1. Catalogue of the library
The latest paper catalogue of the library was published in 1989. Newly obtained books are
announced yearly in the Correspondentieblad/Spirula.
PRICE: Euro 2.00, to be ordered via the librarian.
An on-line CATALOGUE is available on the library's page.
2. De fossiele schelpen van de Nederlandse stranden en zeegaten
(The fossil shells of the Dutch beaches, tidals and inlets)
These series of pictures and descriptions of fossil species were published in Dutch as a
series of articles in Basteria between 1954 and 1984. The first series of six articles was
brought together in a booklet in 1965 and deals with gastropods. The second series of eight
articles deals with the bivalves and was never collected in one volume.
An enthusiastic group of Dutch malacologists is preparing a new book on the fossil shells of
the Dutch coast. For more information on this project look
3. Malacology in the Netherlands
This booklet in English is published on the occasion of the sixth European Malacological
Congress in Amsterdam (1977). It provides an interesting overview of the history and state
of the art of Malacology in the Netherlands in the seventies of the previous century.
PRICE: Euro 7.00, to be ordered via the librarian
4. Nederlandse naamlijst van weekdieren (Mollusca) van Nederland en BelgiŽ
(Species list of molluscs (Mollusca) of The Netherlands and Belgium)
In November 1994 this list was published as a jubilee publication on the occasion of the
60th anniversary of the NMV. This publication was prepared in co-operation with the
"Strandwerkgemeenschap van de KNNV, NJN en JNM". Authors are R.H. de Bruyne, R. Bank,
J.P.H.M. Adema en F. Perk. The list in systematic order contains Latin and Dutch names for
all species known from The Netherlands and Belgium, as well as for the families, subfamilies
and/ or genera.
You can buy the Species list at:
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