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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
Another exotic mollusc in the Laurentian Great Lakes : The New Zealand native Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray 1843) (Gastropoda, Hydrobiidae)
In 1991, the hydrobiid snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray 1843), native to New Zealand, was found 1 km offshore Wilson, New York, in Lake Ontario. This is the first known occurrence of the snail in…
A review of the aquatic gastropod subfamily Cochliopinae (Prosobranchia:Hydrobiidae)
Phylogenetic relationships of North American nymphophiline gastropods based on mitochondrial DNA sequences
North American nymphophiline phylogeny implies that vicariance of eastern and western North American groups was followed by a secondary invasion of eastern coastal areas from the west, and is attributed to dispersal of salt‐tolerant progenitors along the Gulf of Mexico coast.
North American freshwater snail genera of the hydrobiid subfamily Lithoglyphinae
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Proserpinoid land snails and their relationships within the Archaeogastropoda.
- F. Thompson
A review of the American lizards of the genus Xenosaurus Peters
NON-MARINE MOLLUSKS OF BORNEO II PULMONATA: PUPILLIDAE, CLAUSILIIDAE III PROSOBRANCHIA: HYDROCENIDAE, HELICINIDAE
The Bornean land snails of the families Pupillidae, Clausiliidae, Hydrocenidae, and Helicinidae are reviewed based on collections from38 localities in Sarawak and Sabah and on previous records from…