The Global Decline of Nonmarine Mollusks
An overview of global nonmarine molluscan biodiversity and conservation status is provided, including several case studies documenting the diversity and global decline of nonmarinemollusks.
Common and scientific names of aquatic invertebrates from the United States and Canada : Mollusks
Opportunistic exploitation of dinosaur dung: fossil snails in coprolites from the Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine Formation of Montana
It is suggested that this Late Cretaceous locality included sufficiently moist detrital or vegetative cover for snails when dinosaur dung was not present, and the aquatic snails probably entered the faeces during flood events.
Observations on the range and natural history of Monadenia setosa (Gastropoda: Pulmonata) in the Klamath mountains, California, and the taxonomy of some related species
Land Mollusca of Baja California, Mexico.
Terrestrial Mollusks of Attu, Aleutian Islands, Alaska
Seven species of land mollusk (2 slugs, 5 snails) were collected on Attu in July 1979. Three are circumboreal species, two are amphi-arctic (Palearctic and Nearctic but not circumboreal), and two are…
*Stylobates*: A shell-forming sea anemone (Coelenterata, Anthozoa, Actiniidae)
Snail‐eating frogs from the Ethiopian highlands: a new anuran specialization
Apparently, diese frogs are the first terrestrial vertebrates known to feed exclusively on whole mollusks, wimout crushing them or removing the soft parts from the shell.
Marginellidae (Mollusca: Neogastropoda) from the Galápagos Islands and Cocos Island