Molluscan Research

Volume 35, Issue 1, 2015

Comparative analysis of oyster immune responses under challenge by different Vibrio strains and conditions

Wild Wunderpus photogenicus and Octopus cyanea employ asphyxiating ‘constricting’ in interactions with other octopuses

The genus Antillophos from the China seas, with description of a new species

Anatomy, relationships and distribution of Taiwanassiminea affinis, with a reassessment of Cyclotropis Tapparone-Canefri

Rhagada revisited: on the taxonomy of species from the Kimberley and Dampierland, Western Australia

Survey of the land snail fauna of Mount Kaputar National Park in northern inland New South Wales, Australia, including a description of the listing of Australia's first legally recognised endangered land snail community

Setocallosa—a new genus and species of land snail from Arnhem Land, Australia (Stylommatophora: Camaenidae)


Issue 153, January 2015

Macro-photography of opisthobranchs

Notes on Triphoridae from south-eastern Austraia

How to engage primary students in science

Infaunal macro-mollusc assemblages of northern NSW

President's Report from 2014 AGM


Latest News

Molluscs 2015

Our triennial conference will be held 29 November - 2 December 2015 in Coffs Harbour, NSW. Further details available on the conference webpage.

Click here for Molluscs, 2015 conference flyer

Mollusc Research Grants

In lieu of the traditional Research grants, in 2015 the MSA will be offering travel grants to our triennial conference . Email for further details.

MSA Achievement Award

Congratulations to Jonathan Parkyn and David Newell of Southern Cross University for winning the MSA's inaugral Achievement Award for their paper 'Australian land snails: a review of ecological research and conservation approaches'. The award recognises the best paper published in Molluscan Research by an early career or amateur researcher.