Publications

Shell

Selected publications by current and former Mollusca staff and Research Associates.

Books/Book chapters

Killeen, I. J., Aldridge, D. & Oliver, P. G., 2004. Freshwater Bivalves of Britain and Ireland. Field Studies Council Occasional Publication 82: 119 pp.

Killeen, I. J., Oliver, P. G. & Fowles, A. P. 1998. The loss of a freshwater Pearl Mussel population in N.W Wales, p. 245-250. In: Killeen, I. J., Seddon, M. B. & Holmes, A. 1998. (eds.) Molluscan Conservation: A Strategy for the 21st Century. Journal of Conchology Special Publication 2. Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

Killeen, I. J., Seddon, M. B. 2004. (eds.) Molluscan Biodiversity and Conservation. Journal of Conchology Special Publication 3: 172 pp.

Killeen, I. J., Seddon, M. B. & Holmes, A. 1998. (eds.) Molluscan Conservation: A Strategy for the 21st Century. Journal of Conchology Special Publication 2. Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland. 320 pp.

Mackie, A. S. Y., Oliver, P. G. & Rees, E. I. S. 1995. Benthic biodiversity in the southern Irish Sea. Studies in Marine Biodiversity and Systematics from the National Museum of Wales. BIOMÔR Reports 1: 263 pp.

Mackie, A. S. Y. & Oliver, P. G. 1996. Marine macrofauna: Polychaetes, Molluscs and Crustaceans, p. 263-284. In: Hall, G. S., ed., Methods for the examination of organismal diversity in soils and sediments.CAB International, University Press, Cambridge.

Mackie, A., Oliver, P. G., Darbyshire, T. & Mortimer, K. 2001.  Benthic faunal studies in the Seychelles. In: Burnett, J. C., Kavanagh, J., and Spencer, T. (eds.) Shoals of Capricorn Field Report 1998-2001: Marine Science, training and education in the western Indian Ocean. RGS - IBG, London.

Oliver, P. G. 1992. The Bivalve Seashells of the Red Sea. An Identification Guide. Christa Hemmen, Verlag & The National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. 330 pp., 46 pls.

Oliver P. G. 1995. Bivalves (Bivalvia), p. 194-281. In: Dance, S. P., ed., Seashells of Eastern Arabia. Motivate Publishing, Dubai. 296 pp.

Oliver, P. G. & Holmes, A. M. (eds.) 2004. The Marine Biodiversity of Rodrigues (Indian Ocean). Proceedings of the First International Biodiversity Workshop for Rodrigues, 2001. Journal of Natural History. 38: 2927-3344.

Oliver P. G., Holmes, A. M., Wood, H., Killeen, I. J. & Light, J.  Studies of the Mollusca of the Rodrigues Lagoon, p. 40-41. In: Burnett, J.C., Kavanagh, J.S., Spencer, T. (eds.) Shoals of Capricorn Programme Field Report, 1998-2001. Royal Geographic Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), London.

Oliver, P. G. & Killeen, I. J., 2002. The Thyasiridae (Mollusca: Bivalvia) of the British Continental Shelf and North Sea Oilfields.An Identification Manual. Studies in Marine Biodiversity and Systematics from the National Museum of Wales. BIOMÔR Reports 3, 73 pp.

Oliver P. G. & Meechan, C. J. 1994. Woodlice. Keys and notes for the identification of the species. Synopses of the British Fauna (New Series) No. 49. 136 pp.

Seddon, M. B. 1995. Endangered land-snails of Porto Santo (Madeiran Island Archipelago): measuring changes in the species diversity and the implications for conservation. p. 171-185. In: van Bruggen, Wells, & Kemperman. (eds.) Biodiversity and Conservation of the Mollusca. Backhuys, Leiden.

Seddon, M. B. 1996. (Chapters on Caseolus, Discula, Geomitra, Helix, Leiostyla species) p. 403-421, 424-427, 438-460. In: van Helsingen, P. J., ed., Background Information on invertebrates of the Habitats Directive and the Bern Convention, Part III - Mollusca and Echinodermata. Nature & Environment, No 81. Council of Europe, Strasbourg.

Seddon, M. B.1996. Mollusca from the Torbryan Cave system, p. 193-195. In: Charman, D. J., Newnham, R. M. and Croot, D. G. (eds.) The Quarternary of Devon & East Cornwall: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London.

Seddon, M. B. 1998. Red Listing for Molluscs: a tool for conservation? p. 27-44. In: Killeen, I. J., Seddon, M. B. & Holmes, A. 1998. (eds.) Molluscan Conservation: A Strategy for the 21st Century. Journal of Conchology Special Publication 2. Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

Seddon, M. B. 2008. The Landsnails of Madeira. An illustrated compendium of the landsnails and slugs of the Madeiran archipelago. Studies in Biodiversity and Systematics of Terrestrial Organisms from the National Museum of Wales. Biotir Reports 2: 204 pp.

Seddon, M. B., Killeen, I. J., Bouchet, P. & Bogan, A. E. 1998. Developing a strategy for Molluscan Conservation in the Next Century, p. 295-298. In: Killeen, I. J., Seddon, M. B. & Holmes, A. 1998. (eds.) Molluscan Conservation: A Strategy for the 21st Century. Journal of Conchology Special Publication 2. Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

Seddon, M. B. & Oliver, P. G. 1996. Land and Freshwater Molluscs and Crustaceans, p. 241-248. In: Hall, G.S., ed., Methods for the examination of organismal diversity in soils and sediments. CAB International/UNESCO.

Seddon, M. B., Tattersfield, P. & Ruparelia, B. 1996. Darwin Initiative Manual for Research on Molluscan Biodiversity Conservation: from Survey to Analysis. 121 pp. (produced for training workshop – copies available on demand).

Tattersfield, P. 1998. Patterns of diversity and endemism in East African land snails and the implication for conservation, p. 77-86. In: Killeen, I. J., Seddon, M. B. & Holmes, A. 1998. (eds.) Molluscan Conservation: A Strategy for the 21st Century. Journal of Conchology Special Publication 2. Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

Trew, A. J. 1987. James Cosmo Melvill New Molluscan Names. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. 84 pp.

Trew, A. J. 1990. John R. Le B. Tomlin's New Molluscan Names. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. 101 pp.

Trew, A. J. 1992. Henry and Arthur Adam's New Molluscan Names. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. 63 pp.

Trew, A. J. 1993. Edgar Albert Smith's New Molluscan Names. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. 86 pp.

Wood, H. & Gallichan, J. 2008. The new molluscan names of César-Marie-Felix Ancey including illustrations of type material from the National Museum of Wales. Studies in Biodiversity and Systematics of Terrestrial Organisms from the National Museum of Wales. Biotir Reports 3, pp. i-iv, 1-162, 26 pls.

Zuschin, M. & Oliver, P. G. 2003. Bivalves and bivalve habitats in the northern Red Sea. The Northern Bay of Safaga (Red Sea, Egypt): An actuopalaeontological approach. VI. Bivalvia. Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, Vienna. 304pp.

Peer-reviewed papers

Agüera A. G. & Oliver P. G. 2008. Species discrimination in seven species of Barbatia ( Bivalvia: Arcoidea) from Thailand with a redescription of B. grayana (Dunker, 1858). Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Supplement Series 18: 7–23.

Aparicio, M.-T., Seddon, M. B. & Holyoak, D. T. 1992. Systematics and distribution of Helicopsis (Xeroleuca) in Morocco (Mollusca, Gastropoda: Helicidae). Journal of Conchology 34: 47-58.

Chesney, H. Oliver, P. G. & Davis, G. M. 1993. Margaritifera durrovensis Phillips, 1928: Taxonomic Status, Ecology and Conservation. Journal of Conchology 34: 267-299.

Chesney, H. & Oliver, P. G. 1995. Taxonomy of Arabian Bivalves. Part 2. Journal of Conchology 35: 33-36.

Holmes A. M., Gallichan J. & Wood, H. 2006. Coracuta obliquata n. gen. (Chaster, 1897) (Bivalvia: Montacutidae) – First British record for 100 years. Journal of Conchology 39(2): 151-158.

Holmes, A. M., Oliver, P. G. & Sellanes, J. 2005. A new species of Lucinoma (Bivalvia: Lucinoidea) from a methane gas seep off the southwest coast of Chile. Journal of Conchology 38(6): 673-681.

Holyoak, D. T. & Seddon, M. B. 1983. Land-mollusca from Norway, Finland and Sweden. Journal of Conchology 31: 190.

Holyoak, D. T. & Seddon, M. B. 1984. Devensian and Flandrian fossiliferous deposits in the Nene Valley, central England. Mercian Geologist 9: 127-150.

Holyoak, D. T. & Seddon, M. B. 1985. An undescribed Acicula (Gastropoda, Aciculidae) from Portugal and a record of A. algerensis in Morocco. Journal of Conchology 31: 63-6.

Holyoak,D. T. & Seddon, M. B. 1985. Non-marine Gastropod from France, Spain and Italy. Journal of Conchology 31: 67-69.

Holyoak, D. T. & Seddon, M. B. 1986. Geographical variation of Rupestrella dupotetti (Terver) (Gastropoda, Chondrinidae) from Morocco and Algeria. Journal of Conchology 31: 185-191.

Holyoak, D. T. & Seddon, M. B. 1986. An undescribed Leiostyla (Gastropoda, Pulmonata) from Madeira. Journal of Conchology 31: 191-193.

Holyoak, D. T. & Seddon, M. B. 1988. Systematics and biogeography of some western European Clausilia (Gastropoda, Clausillidae). Journal of Conchology 33: 55-80.

Holyoak, D. T. & Seddon, M. B. 1990. Hypnophila malagana (Gastropoda, Pulmonata: Cochlicopidae): new to Morocco. Basteria 56: 101.

Jespersen A., Lutzen J. & Oliver, P.G. 2007 Morphology, biology and systematic position of Epilepton clarkiae (Clark, 1852) (Galeommatoidea: Montacutidae) a bivalve commensal with Sipunculans. Journal of Conchology 39(4): 391-401.

Killeen, I. J. & Oliver, P. G. 2000. A new species of Abyssochrysos (Gastropoda: Loxonematoidea) from the Oman Margin. Journal of Molluscan Studies 66: 95-98.

Killeen, I.  J. & Oliver, P. G. 2002. Thyasira polygona (Jeffreys) (Bivalvia: Lucinoidea), an abandoned taxon with a possible amphi-Atlantic distribution. Journal of Conchology 37(4): 383-389.

Killeen, I. J. & Oliver, P. G. 2002. The taxonomic and conservation status of Thyasira gouldi (Philippi, 1844) the Northern Hatchet Shell, in British Waters. Journal of Conchology 37(4): 391-402.

Killeen, I. J., & Turner, J. A. 2009. Yoldiella and Portlandia (Bivalvia) from the Faroe-Shetland Channel and Rockall Trough, Northeast Atlantic. Journal of Conchology 39(6): 733-778.

Lydeard C., Cowie, R. H., Ponder, W. F., Bogan, A. E., Bouchet, P., Clark, S. A., Cummings, K. S., Frest, T. J., Gargominy, O., Herbert, D. G., Hershler, R., Perez, K. E., Roth, B., Seddon, M. B., Strong, E. E. and Thompson, F. G. 2004. The global decline of nonmarine mollusks. BioScience 54(4): 321–330.

Mackie, A. S. Y., Oliver, P. G., Darbyshire, T. & Mortimer, K. 2005. Shallow marine benthic invertebrates of the Seychelles Plateau: high diversity in a tropical oligotrophic environment. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. 363: 203–228.

Oliver, P. G. 1979. Adaptions of some deep-sea suspension-feeding bivalves (Limopsis and Bathyarca). Sarsia 64: 33-36.

Oliver, P. G. 1981. The Functional Morphology and Evolution of Recent Limopsidae (Bivalvia: Arcoida). Malacologia 21(1-2): 61-93.

Oliver, P. G. 1982. A new species of cancellariid Gastropod from Antarctica with a description of the radula. British Antarctic Survey Bulletin 15: 15-20.

Oliver, P. G. 1983. Notoficula Thiele, a neotenous genus of eratoid gastropod from Antarctica. British Antarctic Survey Bulletin 61: 1-6.

Oliver, P. G. 1983. The occurrence of Buddelundiella cataractae Verhoeff, 1930 (Isopoda: Oniscoidea) in Wales, Great Britain. Crustaceana .44: 105-108.

Oliver, P. G. 1986. A new lucinid bivalve from the Niger Delta and an appraisal of the Loripes group (Bivalvia, Lucinacea). Basteria 50: 47-64.

Oliver, P. G. 1987. The tertiary-recent Bivalve Noetiella (Arcacea) and its evolutionary relationships. Journal of Conchology 32: 263-278.

Oliver, P. G. 1987. Estellacar Iredale, Rectangularca Eames and the systematic position of Barbatia pectunculiformis Dunker (Bivalvia, Arcoida, Noetiidae). Journal of Conchology 32: 279-288.

Oliver, P. G., 1988. A living specimen of Thias (Stramonita) haemastoma found on the beach debris in south Wales, U.K. Journal of Conchology 33: 107

Oliver, P. G. 1985. A comparative study of two species of Striarciinae from Hong Kong with comments on specific and generic systematics, p. 283-310. In: Morton, B., Dudgeon, D., (eds.) The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China 2, Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on the Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, 6-24 April 1983. Volume 1. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong.

Oliver, P. G. 1990. A new species of Noetiella (Bivalvia:Arcacea) from Hong Kong, p. 413-418. In: Morton, B., ed., The marine flora and fauna of Hong Kong and Southern China 2. Proceedings of the Second International Marine Biological Workshop of Hong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong 2-24 April 1986. Volume 2. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong.

Oliver, P. G. 1990. Observations on the life habits of Estellacar galactodes Benson (Bivalvia: Arcacea), p. 1015-1022. In: Morton, B., ed., The marine flora and fauna of Hong Kong and Southern China 2. Proceedings of the Second International Marine Biological Workshop of Hong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong 2-24 April 1986. Volume 2. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong.

Oliver, P. G. 1990. Functional morphology and systematics of the genus Didimacar (Bivalvia: Arcacea: Noetiidae), p. 1075-1094. In: Morton, B., ed., The marine flora and fauna of Hong Kong and Southern China 2. Proceedings of the Second International Marine Biological Workshop of Hong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong 2-24 April 1986. Volume 2. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong.

Oliver, P. G. 1993. A new commensal bivalve associated with a burrowing sea anemone. Halcampicola tenacis gen. et sp. nov., (Galeommatoidea: Montacutidae)  on Halcampoides sp. (Anthozoa: Antipatharia: Halcampoididae), p. 255-265. In: Wells, F. E., Walker, D. I., Kirkman, H. and Lethbridge, R. (eds.) Proceedings of the Fifth International Marine Biological Workshop: The Marine Flora and Fauna of Rottnest Island, Western Australia. Volume 1. Western Australian Museum, Perth.

Oliver, P. G. 1993. Taxonomic Sufficiency and the role of Systematics in Marine Invertebrate Studies with special reference to Hong Kong. In: Morton, B., ed., The marine biology of the South China Sea: Proceedings of the First International Conference on the Marine Biology of Hong Kong and the South China Sea, Hong Kong 28 October - 3 November 1990. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press           

Oliver, P. G. 2001. Functional morphology and description of a new species of Amygdalum (Bivalvia: Mytiloidea) from the Oxygen Minimum Zone of the Arabian Seas. Journal of Molluscan Studies 67: 225-241.

Oliver, P. G. & Abou-Zied, M. 1986. Barbierella (Bivalvia: Lucinacea) a Tethyan relict species living in the Red Sea. Journal of Conchology 32: 225-249.

Oliver, P. G. & Allen, J. A. 1980. The functional and adaptive morphology of the deep-sea species of the Arcacea (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from the Atlantic. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 291(1045B): 45-76.

Oliver, P. G. & Allen, J. A. 1980. The functional and adaptive morphology of the deep-sea species of the Limopsacea (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from the Atlantic. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 291(1045B): 77-125.

Oliver, P. G. & Chesney, H. 1995. Taxonomy of Arabian Bivalves. Part 1. Arcoidea. Journal of Conchology 35: 15-32.

Oliver, P. G. & Chesney, H. 1997. Taxonomy of Arabian Bivalves. Part 3. Lucinoidea, Carditoidea, Cardioidea, & Myoidea. Journal of Conchology 36: 51-76.

Oliver, P. G. & von Cosel, R. 1992. Taxonomy of Tropical West African Bivalves. IV. Arcidae. Bulletin Museum national Histoire naturelle, Paris 14: 293-381.

Oliver, P. G. & von Cosel, R. 1992. Taxonomy of Tropical West African Bivalves. V. Noetiidae. Bulletin Museum national Histoire naturelle, Paris 14: 655-691.

Oliver, P. G. & Glover, E. 1996. Paphia (Protapes) (Bivalvia: Veneroidea) in the Arabian Sea, with the description of a new species. Journal of Conchology 35: 389-405.

Oliver, P. G. & Holmes, A. M. 2004. Cryptic bivalves with descriptions of new species from the Rodrigues lagoon. Journal of Natural History 38(23/24): 3175-3227.

Oliver, P. G. & Holmes, A. M. 2006. A new species of Lucinoma (Bivalvia: Lucinoidea) from the Oxygen Minimum Zone of the Oman Margin, Arabian Sea. Journal of Conchology 39(1): 63-77.

Oliver, P. G. & Holmes, A. M. 2006. New species of Thyasiridae (Bivalvia) from chemosynthetic communities in the Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Conchology 39(2): 175-183.

Oliver, P. G. & Holmes, A. M. 2006. The Arcoidea (Mollusca: Bivalvia): a review of the current phenetic-based systematics. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 148: 237-251.

Oliver, P. G. & Holmes, A. M. 2007. A new species of Axinus (Bivalvia: Thyasiroidea) from the Baby Bare Seamount, Cascadia Basin, NE Pacific with a description of the anatomy. Journal of Conchology 39(4): 363-376.

Oliver, P. G. & Holmes, A. M. 2009. Idas lamellosus Verrill, 1882 (Bivalvia: Mytiloidea) a woodfall mussel new to the fauna of the northeast Atlantic. Journal of Conchology 39(6): 705-708.

Oliver P. G., Holmes, A., Killeen, I., Light, J. & Wood, H. 2004. Annotated checklist of the marine Bivalvia of Rodrigues. Journal of Natural History 38: 3229-3272.

Oliver, P. G, Holmes, A. M. & Mettam, C. 1998. Mytilopsis leucophaeta (Conrad, 1831) (Bivalvia: Dreisseniodea). A species new to the British fauna. Journal of Conchology 36(2): 13-18.

Oliver, P. G. & Jarnegren, J. 2004. How reliable is morphology based species taxonomy in the Bivalvia? A case study on Arcopsis adamsi (Bivalvia: Arcoidea) from the Florida Keys. Malacologia 46(2): 327-338.

Oliver, P. G. & Levin L. 2006. A new species of the family Thyasiridae (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from the Oxygen Minimum Zone of the Pakistan Margin. Journal of the Marine Biological Association 86: 411-416.

Oliver, P. G. and Picken, G B. 1984. Prosobranch gastropods from Signy Island, Antarctica: Buccinacea and Muricacea. British Antarctic Survey Bulletin 62: 95-115.

Oliver, P. G. & Sellanes, J. 2005. New species of Thyasiridae from a methane seepage area off Concepción, Chile. Zootaxa 1092: 1-20.

Oliver, P. G. & Sutton, S. L. 1982. Miktoniscus patiencei Vandel, 1946 (Isopoda: Oniscoidea), a redescription with notes on its occurrence in Britian and Eire. Journal of Natural History 16: 201-208.

Oliver, P. G. & Trew, A. 1981. A new species of Metatrichoniscoides (Crustacea: Isopoda: Oniscoidea) fromthe coast of South Wales, U.K. Journal of Natural History 15: 525-529.

Oliver, P. G., Wood, H. & Holmes, A. M. 2009. First British record of the shipworm Uperotus (Bivalvia: Teredinae) from Driftwood on the Llyn, Wales. Journal of Conchology 39(6): 681-682.

Oliver, P. G. & Zuschin, M. 2000. Addition to the bivalve fauna of the Red Sea with descriptions of new species of Limopsidae, Tellinidae and Semelidae. Journal of Conchology 37(1): 17-37.

Oliver, P. G. & Zuschin, M. 2001. Minute Veneridae and Kelliellidae from the Red and Arabian Seas with a redescription of Kellia miliacea Issel, 1869. Journal of Conchology 37(2): 213-230.

Rodrigues, C. F., Oliver, P. G. & Cunha, M. R. 2008. Thyasiroidea (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from the mud volcanoes of the Gulf of Cadiz (NE Atlantic) Zootaxa 1752: 41–56.

Rowson, B. 2007. Gulella (Juventigulella) ngerezae spec. nov. (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Streptaxidae), a new endemic land snail from the Ukaguru Mountains, Tanzania. Basteria 71(4-6): 221-228.

Rowson, B. 2007. Land molluscs of Zanzibar island (Unguja), Tanzania with the description of a new species of Gulella (Pulmonata: Streptaxidae). Journal of Conchology 39(4): 425-466.

Rowson, B. & Lange, C. N.  2007. Two new species of Gulella (Mollusca: Pulmonata: Streptaxidae) from the Taita Hills, Kenya. African Invertebrates 48(2): 21-32.

Rowson, B. & Symondson, W. O. C. 2008. Selenochlamys ysbryda sp. nov. from Wales, UK: a Testacella-like slug new to Western Europe (Stylommatophora: Trigonochlamydidae). Journal of Conchology 39(5): 537-552.

Rowson, B., Seddon, M. B. & Tattersfield, P. 2009. A new species of Gulella
(Pulmonata: Streptaxidae) from montane forest in the Ndoto Mountains, Kenya. Zoologische Mededelingen Leiden 83 (14): 651-659.

Seddon, M. B. 1990. Undescribed Quaternary land-snail species from S.W. Porto Santo (Madeiran Islands) (Mollusca: Gastropoda). Journal of Conchology 38: 299-304.

Seddon, M. B. 1992. The distribution of Pupoides coenopictus (Hutton, 1834) in N.W. Africa (Gastropoda: Pupillidae). Journal of Conchology 34: 149-158.

Seddon, M. B., Aparicio, M. T. & Holyoak, D. T. 1994. Taxonomy of five species of Helicopsis (Helicopsis) from Morocco (Mollusca, Gastropoda: Helicoidea). Journal of Conchology 35: 45-66.

Seddon, M. B., Coles, B. F., Colville B., Holyoak, D. T. & Preece, R. C. 1986. Notes on some land Gastropoda from Madeira. Journal of Conchology 32: 257.

Seddon, M. B., Dance, S. P., Holyoak, D. T. & Tattersfield, P. 1986. Notes on some land Gastropoda from the Pyrenees and North Spain. Journal of Conchology 32: 257-258.

Seddon, M. B. & Holyoak, D.T. 1985. Evidence of sustained regional permafrost during the deposition of Late-Pleistocene river sediments at Stanton Harcourt (Oxfordshire, England). Proceedings of the Geological Association 106: 53-71.

Seddon, M. B. & Holyoak, D. T. 1993. Land Gastropoda of N.W. Africa: new distributional and nomenclatural data. Journal of Conchology 34: 311- 323.

Seddon, M. B. & Holyoak, M. 1994. Pupoides coenopictus (Hutton, 1834) new to Tunisia. Journal of Conchology 35: 89.

Seddon, M. B. & Holyoak,D.T. 1994. Further notes on the Aciculidae of N.W. Africa (Mollusca, Gastropoda). Journal of Conchology 35: 357-364.

Seddon, M. B., Holyoak, D. T. & Tattersfield, P. 1993. Taxonomy, ecology and distribution of Leiostyla (Gastropoda: Pupillidae) in N.W. Europe and N.W. Africa. Journal of Conchology 34: 299-310.

Seddon, M. B. & Killeen, I. J. 1996. A new species of the genus Leiostyla from the Madeiran archipelago. Journal of Conchology 35: 445-449.

Seddon, M. B. & Oliver, P. G. 1996. Rediscovery of "Extinct" land-snails on Madeira. Journal of Conchology 35: 452.

Seddon, M. B., Prag, A. W. J., Thorn, J. 1994. Fossil land-snails from a Hellenistic archaeological site in Libya. Journal of Conchology 35: 149-156.

Seddon, M. B. & Tattersfield, P. 1992. New distributional data for some land-snails from France and the Iberian Peninsular. Journal of Conchology 34: 257-258.

Seddon, M. B., Tattersfield, P., Herbert, D. G., Rowson, B., Lange, C. N., Ngereza, C., Warui, C. M., & Allen, J. A. 2005. Diversity of forest mollusc communities in Africa: what we have learnt since Solem (1984).  Records of the Australian Museum Supplement68: 103-113.

Smythe, K. R. & Oliver, P. G. 1986. A new species of Muricopsis from Oman (Prosobranchia: Muricacea). Journal of Conchology 32: 181-183.

Tattersfield, P. 1996. Local patterns of land-snail diversity in a Kenyan Rain forest. Malacologia 38: 161-180.

Tattersfield, P., Seddon, M. B., Ngereza, C., & Rowson, B. 2006. Elevational variation in diversity and composition of land-snail faunas in a Tanzanian forest. African Journal of Ecology 44: 47-60.

Commissioned reports

Killeen, I. J. & Oliver, P. G. 1997. A Survey of Mynydd Preseli SSSI, Pembrokeshire for the Freshwater Pearl Mussel, Margaritifera margaritifera (L., 1758). CCW Contract Science Report. No. 183. 11 pp. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

Killeen, I. J. & Oliver, P. G. 1997. The Freshwater Pearl Mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera (L., 1758)) in the River Ehen. Part 1. Report on the 1996 Survey. English Nature Research Reports Series,No. 226. 24 pp. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

Killeen, I. J. & Oliver, P. G. 1997. The Freshwater Pearl Mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera (L., 1758)) in the River Ehen. Part 2. Site Distribution Maps. English Nature Research Reports Series. No. 226. 10 pp.National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

Killeen, I. J., Oliver, P. G. & Wood, D.1997. The Status of the Freshwater Pearl Mussel, Margaritifera margaritifera (L., 1758) in North-west Wales. CCW Contract Science Report. No. 182.26 pp.National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

Oliver, P. G. 1994. Report on the 1994 Survey of the Freshwater Pearl Mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera) at Llowes on the River Wye. National Museum of Wales for the Countryside Council of Wales. 8 pp.

Oliver, P. G. & Killeen, I. J. 1996. Report on the 1995 Survey of the Freshwater Pearl Mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera L., 1758). Rivers Torridge, Clun, Esk, Irt, Ehen, Rede, & N. Tyne. English Nature Research Reports Series No. 162. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. 30 pp.

Oliver, P. G. & Killeen, I. J. 1996. The Freshwater Pearl Mussel. A Manual for Surveying. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. 9 pp.

Oliver, P. G. & Killeen, I. J. 1997. The Freshwater Pearl Mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera (L., 1758)) in the River Ehen. Part 3. A Management Plan. English Nature Research Reports Series,No. 226. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. 27 pp.

Oliver, P. G., Mackie, A.S.Y. and Trew, A. J. 1986. Report on the Molluscan and Polychaete Faunas of selected sites within the proposed Menai Straits Marine Reserve. Commissioned by the Nature Conservancy Council. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

Oliver, P. G., Meechan, C. & Trew, A. 1993. Report on the 1992/93 Survey of the Freshwater Pearl Mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera [L., 1758]) in the River Wye. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff (for the Countryside Council of Wales). 59 pp.

Seddon, M. B. 1997. Distribution of Vertigo moulinsiana (Dupuy, 1849) in Europe, p. 56-68. In: (ed.) Drake, C.M., Vertigo moulinsiana: Surveys and studies commissioned in 1995-96. English Nature Research Reports 217. English Nature.

Seddon, M. B. & Holyoak, D. T. 1991. Observations and interpretation of sections exposed at Maxey, 1979-1984, p. 203-208 In: Lewis, S. G., Bridgland, D. R. and Whiteman, C. R. (eds.) Central East Anglia and the Fenland basin: Field Guide.  Quarternary Research Association, London.

Symondson, W. O. C. and Rowson, B. 2009. Survey of the Ghost Slug in Cardiff. Countryside Council for Wales, Contract Science Report No. 859.

Abstracts

Gallichan, J. 2007. Documenting the past: The Tomlin Archive, p. 68. In: Jordaens, K., Van Houtte, N., Van Goethem, J. & Backeljau, T. (eds.) Abstracts of the World Congress of Malacology, Belgium 15-20 July 2007. Unitas Malacologica.

Holmes, A. M. 2009. Challenges to British bivalve taxonomy. Porcupine Newsletter, no. 25.

Holmes, A. M., Oliver, P. G., Killeen, I. J. & Turner, J. A. 2007. British Marine Bivalves – A web-based tool for bivalves from the intertidal to 5000m, p. 100. In: Jordaens, K., Van Houtte, N., Van Goethem, J. & Backeljau, T. (eds.) Abstracts of the World Congress of Malacology, Belgium 15-20 July 2007. Unitas Malacologica.

Oliver, P. G. 1996. Species, Subspecies or populations - does it matter in determining conservation priority? p. 20-21. In: Killeen, I. J., Seddon, M. B., eds., Abstracts of the Molluscan Conservation: a strategy for the 21st Century. National Museum Wales, Cardiff.

Oliver, P. G. 2007. Bivalvia: Inventories and taxonomy in the Indian Ocean, p. 159. In: Jordaens, K., Van Houtte, N., Van Goethem, J. & Backeljau, T. (eds.) Abstracts of the World Congress of Malacology, Belgium 15-20 July 2007. Unitas Malacologica.

Oliver, P. G. & Chesney, H. 1996. Status and Conservation of Margaritifera in Western Europe with special reference to the British Isles, p. 47. In: Abstracts of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Malacological Union.

Oliver, P. G. & Chesney, H. 1996. The status of the Margaritiferidae in Europe: an overview, p. 21-22. In: Killeen, I. J., Seddon, M. B., eds., Abstracts of the Molluscan Conservation: a strategy for the 21st Century. National Museum Wales, Cardiff.

Rowson, B. 2007. Sex and systematics in the Streptaxidae (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora), p. 187. In: Jordaens, K., Van Houtte, N., Van Goethem, J. & Backeljau, T. (eds.) Abstracts of the World Congress of Malacology, Belgium 15-20 July 2007. Unitas Malacologica.

Rowson, B. 2007. Streptaxomorph shells: an evaluation and possible explanation, p. 187-188. In: Jordaens, K., Van Houtte, N., Van Goethem, J. & Backeljau, T. (eds.) Abstracts of the World Congress of Malacology, Belgium 15-20 July 2007. Unitas Malacologica.

Seddon, M. B., Cuttlelod, A., Darwall, W., Stuart, S. The need for an inventory of the world’s molluscan fauna: a conservation perspective. In: Jordaens, K., Van Houtte, N., Van Goethem, J. & Backeljau, T. (eds.) Abstracts of the World Congress of Malacology, Belgium 15-20 July 2007. Unitas Malacologica.

Seddon, M. B., Rowson, B., Tattersfield, P., Lange, C. & Ngereza, C. 2007. Inventories for the Dark Continent: compiling African checklists, p. 200. In: Jordaens, K., Van Houtte, N., Van Goethem, J. & Backeljau, T. (eds.) Abstracts of the World Congress of Malacology, Belgium 15-20 July 2007. Unitas Malacologica.

Trew, A., Oliver, P. G. & Seddon, M. B. 1996. History of the Molluscan Collections in the National Museum of Wales, p. 54 In: Abstracts of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Malacological Union.

Wood, H. 2001. Visiting the Mollusca Section at the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, p. 399. In: Salvini-Plawen, L. et al. Abstracts, World Congress of Malacology 2001, Vienna, Austria.

Popular

Gallichan, J. 2003. Documenting the past: Insights into the Tomlin archive. Mollusc World 3: 11

Gallichan, J. 2005. Documenting the past: Further insights into the Tomlin archive. Mollusc World 7: 12-13

Rowson, B. 2003. Partners in Slime. Mollusc World 4: 13.

Rowson, B. 2005. Some molluscs in the iconography of William Burges (1827-1881). Mollusc World 9: 20-21, 26.

Rowson, B. & Rowson, R. 2006. Happy slapping slugs. Mollusc World, 9: 11.

Rowson, B. 2007. Behind Closed Doors: Clausiliid Snails in Wales. Natur Cymru 23: 44-45.

Rowson, B. 2008.  J. Davy Dean’s portrait of the Zonitidae. Mollusc World 14: 14-16.

Rowson, B. & Turner, J. A. 2004. Digital photography of molluscs. Mollusc World 6: 16-17.

Wood, H. 2002. Muses of a Musem Malacologist. Mollusc World 2: 22.

Wood, H. 2003. Exploring Alderson’s Ampullariids at Basildon Park. Mollusc World 3: 5, fig 1.

Wood, H. 2005. Notes on a French conchologist. Mollusca World 7: 16.

Online resources

Oliver, P. G. & Holmes, A. 2008. Gas-guzzling clams.
http://www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/rhagor/article/2044

Oliver, P. G., Holmes, A. & Turner, J. A. 2009. Marine Bivalve Shells of the British Isles.
http://naturalhistory.museumwales.ac.uk/britishbivalves

Rowson, B. 2008. Help us find out more about the mysterious alien "Ghost Slug".
http://www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/rhagor/article/Ghost_Slug

Seddon, M. B. & Wood, H. 2007. One collection - 786,000 shells - Cataloguing and curating the Melvill-Tomlin shell collection.
http://www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/rhagor/article/1986

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