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Dispersal of Freshwater Shells

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I AM putting together such instances as I can find of dispersal of freshwater bivalves by closure of their shells so as to cling to the toes of birds, amphibia, water-beetles, &c., and of univalves by adhesion to the wing-cases of water-beetles, &c., and venture to ask for co-operation. Any notes or references which your readers may have the kindness to send to the undermentioned address will be welcomed and carefully acknowledged.

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https://doi.org/10.1038/043056c0

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