Entries by Elisabeth Haring

Arianta 9 just published

With pleasure we announce to our members, friends and interested malacologists that the brand-new issue of our MoFA Journal – Arianta 9 – has just been published. We thank all the authors, reviewers, proof-readers and editors, for their contributions and commitment. We hope that Arianta 9, with seven articles plus the abstracts of the MoFA […]

MoFA excursion in spring 2021

Dear friends of malacology! In spring / summer 2021 we start with excursions again. The first one, on 28. May, will take us to Bad Fischau-Brunn. This market town is located at the border of two ecoregions, the Alps and the Pannonian Plain which, combined with the fact that several natural thermal springs emerge there, […]

Arianta 8 just published!

With pleasure we announce to our members, friends and interested malacologists that the brand-new issue of our MoFA Journal – Arianta 8 – has just been published. Thanks to the commitment of the authors, reviewers, proofreaders and editors, we have succeeded in creating a work that, with its exciting and informative articles, is of benefit […]


Excursions in late summer/autumn 2020

Dear friends of malacology! Two MoFA excursions are planned In late summer/autumn 2020: On Friday, 28. August we will explore the malacofauna of the Wienfluss-Retention Basin in the 14. District. Due to the rich structure of this habitat caused by the dynamics that the Wien River creates, interesting insights into the mollusc fauna of Vienna […]

Call for Submissions for Arianta 8

Dear MoFA community! We can look back on a very successful year 2019, with two excursions, two presentations, the MoFA annual conference in Salzburg and finally the publication of Arianta 7, the current volume of the societies’ magazine. Before the publication is after the publication: We invite you to submit manuscripts for Arianta 8. If […]


36th Polish Malacological Seminar in Wisla – now also with English-language presentations!

The „Association of Polish Malacologists“ is organizing its “36th Polish Malacological Seminar” in Wisła (Silesian Beskids, Poland) from May 7th to 9th, 2020. The venue is the Hotel Pod Jedlami; https://www.podjedlami.pl/ For the first time, a section with English-language contributions will be organized at this traditional seminar. The registration form and the preliminary program can […]



Dear Friends of Malacology, EUROMAL triennial series of conferences started in 2000 and since then they have visited 8 different venues all over Europe. The 9th European Congress of Malacological Societies will take place in Prague, Czech Republic, from September 6th to 10th 2020. The congress will bring together experienced scientists as well as students […]