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  • Author:
    Jean Andrews
  • ISBN:
    0292724314
  • ISBN13:
    978-0292724310
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  • Publisher:
    Univ of Texas Pr (April 1, 1981)
  • Pages:
    200 pages
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    Americas
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Texas Shells: A Field Guide. Can't tell the difference between a clam shell and a mangrove seed? Take Shells of the Texas Coast to the beach with you and delight in identifying your finds. This is the ideal field guide for both the weekend shell collector and the professional malacologist. It identifies more than 270 shells of the Texas Gulf Coast by both common and scientific names.

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Great deals on one book or all books in the series. Authors: Jean Andrews, H. Henrietta Stockel, Robert A. Vines, Marc Simmons, David F. Prindle. The Elma Dill Russell Spencer Foundation book series by multiple authors includes books Roadside Flowers of Texas, The Trader on the American Frontier: Myth's Victim (Essays on the American West), Juan Davis Bradburn: A Reappraisal of the Mexican Commander of Anahuac (Essays on the American West), and several more.

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Mary Austin Holley: A Biography (Elma Dill Russell Spencer Foundation Series, No 2). University of Texas Press, 1987. A Guide to the Mary Austin Holley Papers, 1784-1846.

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Drawn from Jean Andrews' definitive Shells and Shores of Texas, this field guide is meant to be carried and consulted on the beach. Texas Shells contains 279 mollusks of the Texas Golf coast, each fully described and illustrated. The guide is organized so that both the novice collector and the professional malacologist can quickly identify their finds. Illustrations of the shells and accompanying descriptions are arranged systematically, beginning with the most primitive and progressing to the higher orders. Even the casual beachcomber, who may not know a clamshell from a mangrove seed (both appear on Texas beaches), will find Dr. Andrews' visual identification system easy to follow. Andrews, who has become a recognized expert on mollusks of the Gulf coast through her own independent research, was a member of the Padre Island National Seashore Biological Survey of the U.S. Department of the Interior and is a member of several scientific organizations which deal with Mullusca. An artist and writer, she lives in Austin, Texas.