- From malacology + -ist (Wiktionary)
“Of course, not every malacologist is expected to go to the AMS meetings.”
“Call yourself a malacologist and you can't name a slug horror film.”
“Earlier today, while looking up some papers in The Nautilus from 1971, I chanced upon a short article by the late malacologist Dee Dundee titled United States research trends in malacology (85: 67-69; pdf of vol 85).”
“Our joint effort, titled Charles Darwin the malacologist, recently got published in the July issue of Mollusc World.”
“Paul Callomon (Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia): How he and a team of volunteers transported the large collection of the late Japanese malacologist Hideo Katori from Japan to the Academy of Natural Sciences.”
“Yesterday I asked about this to the malacologist Carl Christensen of Hawaii.”
“Among the 35 attendees there was one malacologist from Russia and another one from India, making this the first "international" MAM meeting.”
“Paul Callomon Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia: How he and a team of volunteers transported the large collection of the late Japanese malacologist Hideo Katori from Japan to the Academy of Natural Sciences.”
“The only malacologist who seems to have given serious thought to the subject is Geerat Vermeij.”
“This marvelous drawing by my malacologist-artist or, artist-malacologist friend Marla Coppolino came a couple of days ago with her holiday wishes.”
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