Entries by Sonja Bamberger

MoFA Conference 2023

We cordially invite you to the 3rd Meeting of the Mollusc Research Association Austria (MoFA), which will take place from 18-19 August 2023 in Lunz/See, Lower Austria. Besides the scientific programme on Friday, there will again be a malacological excursion around the area of Lake Lunz on Saturday. We would be pleased if scientists from […]

Arianta 10 just published

The current issue of our scientific journal ARIANTA has just been published online: We are particularly pleased to cover with this issue a wide variety of topics, ranging from land snails, freshwater mussels, and marine molluscs to a historical contribution, two obituaries and a book review. We thank all the authors, reviewers, proofreaders and editors, for their […]

Save-the-date – 3. MoFA Meeting, 18.-19. August 2023

Dear MoFa members and friends of malacology! We are very pleased to announce the 3rd MoFA meeting! It will take place from 18-19 August 2023 in Lunz/See, Lower Austria. On Friday, 18.8., the scientific part of the meeting will take place in the lecture hall of the Wassercluster Lunz. On Saturday, 19.8., there will be […]

Journal Arianta Early View

Dear MoFA members, dear friends of malacology! The compilation of issue 10 of our scientific journal ARIANTA is proceeding. In order to present the first prepared articles ahead of the publication of the definitive issue, we have placed “Early View” formats on our webpage for the first time. The intention behind this is to reduce the waiting […]

Merry Christmas

Dear MoFA members, dear friends of malacology! We wish you all a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2023. We are looking forward to many wonderful malacological events and especially to the 3rd MoFA meeting.

Reminder – MoFA excursion in autumn 2022

For the MoFA excursion on 22 September with the topic Mollusc fauna of the Miocene seas of Lower Austria, there are still spots available. Registrations are possible until 13 September at team@molluskenforschung.at. The participation is free of charge. More information →pdf