By Brian Morton
A complete bibliography of all of the booklet, examine papers and theses released on Hong Kong marine technology among 1842 (one yr after Hong Kong used to be founded), and 1990.
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Extra resources for A Bibliography of Hong Kong Marine Science: 1842-1990
1975. Dymantic display in Galeomma polita Deshayes (Bivalvia: Leptonacea). Journal of Conchology. 28: 365-369. Y. 1988. ) (Bivalvia: Mytilacea) in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong. Journal of Molluscan Studies. 54: 317-325. Morton, B. 1975. The diurnal rhythm and the feeding responses of the South East Asian mangrove bivalve, Geloina proxima Prime 1864. (Bivalvia: Corbiculacea). Forma et Functio. 8: 405--418. Y. & Morton, B. 1985. The Hong Kong Mytilidae. In Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on the Malacofauna ofHong Kong and Morton, B.
Morton, B. 1980. Some apects of the biology and functional morphology of Coralliophaga (C oralliophaga) coralliophaga (Omelin 1791) (B ivaI via: Arcticacea): a coral associated nestler in Hong Kong. In Proceedings of the First International Workshop on the Malacofauna ofHong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong, 1977. (Ed. B. Morton). Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, pp. 311-330. 22 Morton, B. 1980. Some aspects of the biology and functional morphology (including the presence of a ligamentallithodesma) of Montacutona compacta and M.
239: 1-182. G. & Ping, C. 1931. The molluscan shells of Hong Kong. Part I. Hong Kong Naturalist. 2(1): 9-29. G. & Ping, C. 1931. The molluscan shells of Hong Kong. Part II. Hong Kong Naturalist. 2(4): 265-286. W. S. 1985. G. & Ping, C. 1933. The molluscan shells of Hong Kong. Part III. Hong Kong Naturalist. 4(2): 90-105. Category 6C: Dudgeon, D. & Morton, B. B. 1980. G. & Ping, C. 1936. The molluscan shells of Hong Kong. Part IV. Hong Kong Naturalist. 7(2): 123-137. Category 6D: Horikoshi, M. B.