Definition of Malacologist. Meaning of Malacologist. Synonyms of Malacologist

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Definition of Malacologist

Malacologist
Malacologist Mal`a*col"o*gist, n. One versed in the science of malacology.

Meaning of Malacologist from wikipedia

- summarized by Sturm et al. (2006). Those who study malacology are known as malacologists. Those who study primarily or exclusively the s**** of mollusks are...
- This is a list of malacologists, scientists who study Mollusca mollusks, such as snails, clams, octopuses, and others, in a discipline named malacology...
- The gigantic octopus is ****umed to be much larger. In 1802, the French malacologist Pierre Denys de Montfort in Histoire Naturelle Générale et Particulière...
- (born 1988), Argentine footballer Francesco di Maria (1623–1690), Italian painter Tommaso di Maria Allery Monterosato (1841–1927), Italian malacologist...
- Geoffrey Nevill (1843 - 1885) was a malacologist and malacological author who worked in the Indian Museum in Kolkata. He was born in England and died in...
- Baseball outfielder for the Kansas City Royals Dwight Taylor (writer) (1903–1986), film and television writer Dwight Willard Taylor (1932–2006), malacologist...
- Could one doubt that this is the Leviathan of Job? In 1802, the French malacologist Pierre Dénys de Montfort recognized the existence of two kinds of giant...
- Cosmo Melvill (1 July 1845 – 4 November 1929) was a British botanist and malacologist. He collected plants in Europe and North America. Melvill was born at...
- William Baden Powell CBE (4 April 1901 – 1 July 1987) was a New Zealand malacologist, naturalist and palaeontologist, a major influence in the study and cl****ification...
- It includes zoologists, botanists, ornithologists, entomologists, malacologists, naturalists and other specialities. Contents:  Top 0–9 A B C D E F...
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