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Last Update: Wednesday, January 19, 2011 At: 4:27:41 (Total Listings: 26)
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Snails & Slugs
The fascinating world of gastropods an interesting and informative site new in 2010 by Swiss born Schnggli (nick name) "I created this weblog to share with others my interest in gastropods - or "snails and slugs", if you prefer. Here on the web I go by the nick of Schnggli, which is - unsurprisingly, I guess - Schwiizerttsch (Swiss German) for a snail. ..."
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Leopard Slug
Limax maximus (This site is a photographic delight.) - Leopard Slugs were introduced to America, but are now common. They grow to four inches. They are usually grayish yellow with black spots or bands. Often they are wrinkled.
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Bio Research
Of Slug Slime, Spider Silk, and Mollusk Shells
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Spotted Banana Slug
Ariolimax columbianus
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Slugs
by Ric Bessin, Extension Entomologist University of Kentucky Department of Entomology
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Slug Web
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House Of Slime
Good site for students
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Slimes Of Passion
Discovering the hidden nature of UCSC's slippery mascot
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Have You Been Slimed?
How to get slug slime off your handsBy Marion Owen, Fearless Weeder for PlanTea, Inc. and Co-author of Chicken Soup for the Gardener's Soul
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Limax Maximus
Google images
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Limax Cinereoniger
Google search image results
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Ariolimax Columbianus
Google images
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Slug Facts
Ugh...Slugs! & Snails too
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Banana Slug
(Ariolimax columbianus) Photo #4 and some information
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Slug Slime
by Everything2.com
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The International Slugfest -- How Big Is Your Slug
The International Slugfest A contest to locate and photograph the largest slug in the world.
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Backyard Nature
Though snails and slugs look very different from one another, they're practically the same thing -- except that snails carry coiled shells on their backs, while slugs don't. ...
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Urban Pantheist
Urban species
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The Nature Journal.Com
Archive for the 'slugs' Category "The book includes all alien species of snails and slugs that are established in Canada, as well as species of slugs that are sometimes found in greenhouses. This project is to be finished by the end of the Federal Fiscal Year, 31 March 2009....
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Slug Anatomy 101
Want to know your way around a slug Let's start at the top. ...
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Great Gray Garden Slug
Great Gray Garden Slug, Tiger slug, spotted leopard slug
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European Red Slug
The European red slug, Arion rufus L, is common to sites in the Pacific Northwest.
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Key To Slugs And Snails
Key to Common and Potential Slug and Snail Pests of Flowers and Foliage Plants
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The Slugs Of Florida
by the University of Florida - Florida has a depauparate slug fauna, having only three native species which belong to three different families. ...
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Bay Nature
Why are banana slugs so slimy Back when I used to teach children about nature, I often relied on a "hook" to keep them focused. ...
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Animal Diversity Web
Family Arionidae
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