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Archiv für Molluskenkunde

  Archiv für Molluskenkunde

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An International Journal of Malacology, edited by the Senckenberg Nature Research Society (SGN), Frankfurt am Main.
Journal of the Deutsche Malakozoologische Gesellschaft.

Archiv für Molluskenkunde preferably publishes papers on systematics,
taxonomy, phylogeny, morphology of molluscs. Contributions on fossil cenozoic molluscs as well as on molluscan ecology and biogeography are welcome as well. However, articles on physiology, parasitology, regional faunistics or those on non-cenozoic fossils or biostratigraphy should be submitted elsewhere.

ISSN 1869-0963

Archiv für Molluskenkunde is an international peer-reviewed journal. It is published in two issues per annum (= one volume), being published in the second and fourth quarter, containing approximately 300 pages/year.

There are no page charges for authors except when the necessary efforts for preparation for print exceed the average significantly (e.g., extremely long manuscripts, colour plates or too many b&w plates). There are 25 free offprints per contribution.

Manuscripts must be prepared in acordance with the Guidelines for Authors and should be submitted digitally to the .

Online version available here!

Impact Factor: 0.450 (2012), Journal Citation Reports®, Thomson Reuters 

Articles published in Archiv für Molluskenkunde are indexed in: 
                               
•Aquaculture and Fisheries Resources •Aquatic Biology •Aquatic Science and Fisheries •Biological Abstracts •Biosis preview •CAB Abstracts •Fish and Fisheries Worldwide •GEOBASE •Science Citation Index-Expanded (SCIE) •Scopus •Ulrich's Periodicals Directory •Zoological Record         

 The most recent issue of  Archiv für Molluskenkunde  is vol. : 142 (2), published 20th December 2013

Content  
Dijkstra, H. H. & Janssen, R.: Bathyal and abyssal Pectinoidea from the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden (Bivalvia: Propeamussiidae, Entoliidae, Pectinidae)  181–214  
Simone, L. R. L., Cavallari, D. C. & Abbate, D.: Revision of the genus Teralatirus Coomans 1965 in the Western Atlantic, with an anatomical description of T. roboreus (Reeve 1845) (Gastropoda: Neogastropoda: Fasciolariidae) 215–226
Miquel, S. E. & Araya, J. F.: A new Charopidae from Chile and Argentina, Stephacharopa calderaensis n. gen. and n. sp., with remarks on the taxonomy of the genus Stephadiscus Hylton Scott 1981 (Mollusca: Gastropoda Pulmonata)  227–235
Nordsieck, H.: Clausiliidae from the Villafranchian site Monte Serampoli (Lower Valdarno, Tuscany, Italy) (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Stylommatophora)  237–244
Nardi, G. & Nordsieck, H.: Clausilia umbrosa gardonensis n. ssp.: a new taxon of the subgenus C. (Strobeliella) H. Nordsieck 1977 from eastern Lombardy (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Clausiliidae) 245–251
Neubert, E. & Bößneck, U.: On a new Vitrea species from Iran (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Pristilomatidae)  253–256
Sitnikova, T. Y. & Shirokaya, A. A.: New data on deep-water Baikal limpets found in hydrothermal vents and oil-seeps 257–278
142 (1) Content  
Páll-Gergely, B. & Hunyadi, A.: The family Plectopylidae Möllendorff 1898 in China (Gastropoda: Pulmonata)

1–66 

Bank, R. A., Gittenberger, E. & Neubert, E.: Radiation of an eastern Mediterranean landsnail genus: Revision of the taxa belonging to Metafruticicola von Ihering 1892 (Gastropoda, Pulmonata: Hygromiidae)

67–136

Glöer, P. & Bössneck, U.: Freshwater molluscs from Nepal and North India with the description of seven new species (Gastropoda: Bithyniidae, Lymnaeidae, Planorbidae)

137–156

Sosso, M., Dell’Angelo, B. & Bonfitto, A.: New data on Cymenorytis Cossmann from Mediterranean-Atlantic Pliocene and Paratethyan Miocene, with the description of two new species (Gastropoda Prosobranchia: Vanikoridae)

157–165

Nordsieck, H.: Fossil Clausiliidae from Ceresole d’Alba (Piedmont; Middle Pliocene), with remarks on Triptychia (Filholiidae) and the Helicoidea from the same site (Gastropoda: Stylommatophora) 167–180