Don't use Nordsieck. It is a terrible mess.
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From: "jan neefs" <jam.neefs@WANADOO.NL>
Sent: Thursday, April 18, 2002 6:22 PM
Subject: Re: Micro Shells
> Hello Debbie,
> I think you'll find Nordsieck quite usefull, it's a German book , and it
> called, "Die europaeischen Meeres-gehauseschnecken ".
> A few years ago there was another book that came out from the European
> region, and it's the Guido T Poppe and Goto work , and that one is called
> "European Seashells" ,and there are a lot of micro's in them .
> Also an Italian work is very usefull, you can ask the Cossignani Brothers
> mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org , Guido's website is easy to find ,
> good luck
> Regards, Jan Neefs
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Debbie <limpet@COMCAST.NET>
> To: <CONCH-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
> Sent: Thursday, April 18, 2002 3:10 AM
> Subject: Re: Micro Shells
> > Marlo, & Others,
> > These shells come from around the world. Listed on the data cards that
> > came with them are - Recluz, France; Cornwall, England; Falmouth,
> > Singapore; Morocco; Sfax, Tunis; & Dautzenberg, Sousse. There are
> > but you get the idea.
> > Debbie
> > "Marlo F. Krisberg" wrote:
> > > Would be helpful to know where the shells were collected.
> > > -----------------
> > > I have been given a number of micro shells from an older collection.
> > > I need a good identification source book. Can any of
> > > you recommend one?
> > >