The 13th meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Malacologists took place yesterday at the Delaware Museum of Natural History (DMNH) in Wilmington, Delaware. There were about 32 attendees, one of the highest numbers in recent years.
Here are the speakers in the order they spoke and the not-more-than-two-sentence summaries of their talks.
William Wagner founded the science institute named after him. He also gave public lectures on conchology.
Here I am in front of a giant Assiminea succinea.
Once again I will take this opportunity to thank to Liz Shea, the curator of mollusks at the DMNH and Leslie Skibinski, the collection manager, for organizing this wonderful meeting. I am already looking forward to next year's gathering.
The bootleg transactions of the 12th MAM meeting are here.