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The ecology and rapid spread of the terrestrial slug Boettgerilla pallens in Europe with reference to its recent discovery in North America

  title={The ecology and rapid spread of the terrestrial slug Boettgerilla pallens in Europe with reference to its recent discovery in North America},
  author={Heike Reise and John M. C. Hutchinson and Robert G. Forsyth and Tammera J. Forsyth},
Recent Collecting Reveals the Presence of Boettgerilla pallens (Stylommatophora, Boettgerillidae) in Mexico
Abstract: An introduced slug, Boettgerilla pallens Simroth, 1912, was found both in the Pedregal de San Angel Ecological Reserve, Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico City and Teopancingo, Puebla. Although
The first findings of a slug Boettgerilla pallens (Stylommatophora, Boettgerillidae) in Crimea
Slug Boettgerilla pallens was found in 4 localities in Crimea in 1987-1988. Three of these localities are situated in the urban landscapes on the south coast of Crimea. The fourth locality is in the
Terrestrial molluscs of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Part 1: Boettgerillidae
This paper is the first in a series that will treat all of the terrestrial molluscs of Newfoundland and Labrador, and is the second eastern Canadian outdoor occurrence of the European slug Deroceras invadens.
A biography of an invasive terrestrial slug: the spread, distribution and habitat of Deroceras invadens
The article reviews distribution records of Deroceras invadens (previously called D. panormitanum and D. caruanae), adding significant unpublished records from the authors’ own collecting, museum
First Report of the Invasive Slug Boettgerilla pallens Simroth, 1912 (Boettgerillidae) in the United States
Boettgerilla pallens Simroth, 1912 is reported for the first time in the United States based on combined morphological and molecular data of a specimen collected in a retail garden center in northern California.
Rapid invasion of the slug Krynickillus melanocephalus Kaleniczenko, 1851 in Sweden and some notes on the biology and anthropochorous spread of the species in Europe (Gastropoda: Eupulmonata: Agriolimacidae)
The terrestrial slug Krynickillus melanocephalus, native to the Caucasus and adjacent areas, has in the latter decades, by means of man-mediated (anthropochorous) dispersal, spread westwards over
Boettgerilla pallens Simroth, 1912 (Boettgerillidae): A New Invasive Slug Species in Oregon, U.S.A.
Boettgerilla pallens pallens Simroth, 1912 is reported in Oregon for the first time and has been collected in five counties and information on the general biology, ecology and pest status of the species is presented.
Roman Snail, Helix pomatia (Mollusca: Helicidae), in Canada
Populations of Roman Snail, Helix pomatia, a large European land snail, are reported for the first time in Canada from disturbed habitats in two distant locations: Sarnia, Ontario and Montrose,
A Canadian range extension for Wormslug (Boettgerilla pallens; Gastropoda: Stylommatophora: Boettgerillidae)
The introduced Wormslug (Boettgerilla pallens Simroth, 1912) is reported from Quebec, Canada, for the first time, from two closely situated localities in Gatineau Park. It was previously reported
Active and passive dispersal of terrestrial mollusks: a review
The patterns of the migration activity of 43 species of land snails and slugs were analyzed on the basis of both original and literature data. Different species of terrestrial mollusks demonstrate