** Interview Of Antonio Monteiro - Published : May 17, 2010
Over my entire life I have had a fascination with the natural world. Visits to the local aquarium or the zoo were always among my favourite occupations Ã¢â‚¬â€œ and as a matter of fact I still enjoy myself immensely there. My interest in animals led me to capture and collect many different ones, from frogs to butterflies and other insects. But for one reason or another, shells were always among the ones that interested me most.It must also be said that I am a compulsive collector! Along the years I came to realize that on
** Interview of Pr Alan Kohn, Professor Emeritus, Zoology - Published : Nov 26, 2009
First of all, I extracted from the Washington University (Biology Department) website this text from Alan, as it is very helpful for the ones that might not know him : "The general aim of my research is to increase understanding of the evolutionary processes that have led to high biotic diversity in tropical marine environments. Its more specific goal is to elucidate important evolutionary trends in diversity, morphology, distribution, and ecology of one of the largest families of marine molluscs, the Conidae, from its early Cenozoic origin through the Tertiary and Quaternary periods.
** Interview of Mr Giancarlo Paganelli - Published : Jun 24, 2008
Interview of Mr Giancarlo Paganelli, 2008 Author of one of the best online shells related database : http://www.coneshell.net/ Hello Giancarlo, It is my honor to interview the author of coneshell.net, which is a wonderful cone shell database, in its' 10th anniversary on the web, congratulations! My seashell-collector site was launched one year later.