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Henry A. Pilsbry and Yoichiro Hirase, with a Translation of Tokubei Kuroda's (1958) "In Memory of Dr. H. A. Pilsbry: Pilsbry and the Mollusca of Japan"
Paul Callomon and Tokubei Kuroda
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
Vol. 153 (Dec., 2003), pp. 1-6
Published by: Academy of Natural Sciences
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4065094
Page Count: 6
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In the course of research for a larger work on the history of molluscan studies in Japan, the author has translated a number of papers and notes from Japanese for the first time. Several are relevant in various ways to the molluscan collections of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, and a number of them concern the Academy's best-known malacologist, Henry A. Pilsbry. The paper presented here in translation is by Tokubei Kuroda. It appeared in the Venus almost fifty years ago, and sheds some new light on one of the most productive relationships of Pilsbry's early career.
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