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Nelson, T. C., 1928, Pelagic dissoconchs of the common mussel, Mytilus edulis, with observations on the behavior of the larvae of allied genera: Woods Hole Marine Biol. Lab., Biol., Bull., vol. 55, pp. 180-192.

Newell, Norman D., 1938, Late Paleozoic pelecypods: Pectinacea: Kansas Geol. Survey, vol. 10, 123 pp., 20 pls.

Newell, Norman D., 1939, Permian pelecypod genus Liebea: Jour. Paleontology, vol. 13, pp. 589-593, pl. 68.

Newell, Norman D., 1940, Paleozoic pelecypods Myalina and Naiadites: Am. Jour. Sci., vol. 238, pp. 286-295, pls. 1-2.

Newell, Norman D., and Frank E. Merchant, 1939, Discordant valves in pleurothetic pelecypods: Am. Jour. Sci., vol. 237, pp. 175-177, pl. 1.

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