Research on Bulla

January 26, 2003
From: Manuel Malaquias

Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I am just starting my PhD project which is about the systematics and evolution of Bullidae (Gastropoda: Cephalaspidea). This project is being done at The Natural History Museum, London under the supervision of Dr. David Reid. I am hoping to obtain ethanol preserved specimens of Bulla from all around the world for dissection and molecular analyses and I would like to ask for your help in this task.

I am looking for specimens from anywhere, preserved in either formalin or ethanol. If anyone can help I would be very grateful. Please contact me by email or at the address below. In addition, any personal observations of habitats or localities in which Bulla is common would be very welcome.

Thank you very much for your help.
Manuel Antonio E. Malaquias

The Natural History Museum
Molluscan Research Group
Department of Zoology
Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD, London
United Kingdom
Tel (work): 00-44-(0)2079425949
Tel (home): 00-44-(0)2084586689

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