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  • noun Plural form of malacologist.

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  • The real question boils down to Why are there so few malacologists?

    Archive 2009-08-01

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    Where are all the malacologists?

  • The real question boils down to Why are there so few malacologists?

    Where are all the malacologists?

  • The total number of practicing malacologists in the U.S., however one may define that, may only be about 150.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • From the announcement: This one-day gathering is designed to facilitate contact among professional, amateur, and student malacologists who are interested in any aspect of molluscan biology.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The total number of practicing malacologists in the U.S., however one may define that, may only be about 150.

    Where are all the malacologists?

  • Thus, when the increase in the U.S. population since 1970 is taken into account, the proportion of the practicing malacologists seems to have remained about the same.

    Where are all the malacologists?

  • I don't know if we ever have had enough malacologists, or ever will ever have enough malacologists, to cover the subject properly, but it's great to see that we still have some really good ones, and a few excellent serious amateurs too.

    Where are all the malacologists?

  • Thus, when the increase in the U.S. population since 1970 is taken into account, the proportion of the practicing malacologists seems to have remained about the same.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • His response reiterated the cricket theory:Pilsbry and all other modern malacologists regarded this as a pleasant bit of mythology.

    Kahuli

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