1962-09-17 London UK
Founded 17-21 Sep 1962, London (UK), at first European Malacological Congress, when constitution was adopted, following recommendations, 1959, Netherlands, that a European Malacological Union be formed. Full title: Unitas Malacologica - International Society for Malacology. Most recent statutes adopted 21 Aug 1977, Amsterdam (Netherlands). Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.
Further the study of mollusca, by individual malacologists and by interested societies and institutions; enter into world wide cooperation with all organizations concerned with the study of mollusca.
Events2022-07 | Munich, Germany – Triennial Congress
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