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Most of the many web-based resources for malacology are more or less of "local" importance. We list only non-commercial resources with international interest.

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Molluscan Resources

Listserves and Newsletters [link]
Fora for electronic discussions on topics related to different aspects of malacology and conchology.

Mollusca listserve
Email group for professional malacologists:
The MOLLUSCA listserver is intended as an informal forum for discussions of molluscan biology. There are over 700 subscribers. To subscribe to the list send e-mail to molluscalist@lists.berkeley.edu with the word Subscribe in the subject line. You will get a reply soon after, saying that your name has been added. You will then receive anything that is posted to the list. To post to the list, send email to molluscalist@lists.berkeley.edu. MOLLUSCA-L is maintained and managed by David R. Lindberg of the University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley, USA.

Conch-L
Email group for shell collectors and Conchologists of America.

Tentacle
UNITAS supports the publication of "Tentacle", the Newsletter of the IUCN Mollusc Specialist Group.

Useful Sites

MolluscaBase
Taxonomic database of current status for molluscan binomial names.

CLEMAM
Check List of European MArine Mollusca

Malacolog
Malacolog 4.1.1: Western Atlantic Mollusk Species Database

Mollusca Types in Great Britain
Database of type material in the collections of seven museums (Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Glasgow Hunterian, Glasgow Kelvingrove, Exeter and Newcastle)

2,400 Years of Malacology
A catalog of biographical and bibliographical publications for over 10,000 malacologists, compiled by Eugene V. Coan and Alan R. Kabat

Worldwide mollusc species database
A text published in UNITAS Newsletter 10 (July 1996)