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by Fred Gilbert Thompson
Author: Fred Gilbert Thompson
Publisher: Univ Pr of Florida (March 1, 1985)
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The freshwater snails of Florida: A manual for identification. University Presses of Florida. p. 94. Houghton, DC; DeWalt, RE; Pytel, AJ; Brandin, CM; Rogers, SE; Ruiter, DE; Bright, E; Hudson, PL; Armitage, BJ (2018)
The freshwater snails of Florida: A manual for identification. Houghton, DC; DeWalt, RE; Pytel, AJ; Brandin, CM; Rogers, SE; Ruiter, DE; Bright, E; Hudson, PL; Armitage, BJ (2018). Updated checklist of the Michigan (USA) caddisflies, with regional and habitat affinities". ZooKeys (730): 57–74.
Fred G. Thompson (1934-2016) (Fm. Curator of Malacology Florida Museum of Natural History University of Florida Gainesville, Florida 32611-7800.
It was well received, and it served the interests and needs of many people. As was anticipated, further work on the systematics of the southeastern freshwater snail fauna created the need for subsequent revision in 1999, and for this updated version. Fred G. Preparing Specimens for Identification.
Thompson, F. G. (1984). Freshwater snails of Florida: A manual for identification. Gainesville: University of Florida Press. Clench, W. J. (1966). Pomacea bridgesi (Reeve) in Florida". 79: 105. ^ Howells R. Burlakova L. Karatayev A. Marfurt R. K. & Burks R. L. (2006). Native and introduced Ampullariidae in North America: History, status, and ecology. In Global Advances in the Ecology and Management of Golden Apple Snails". In: Joshi R. Sebastian L. Muñoz N. E.
In the identification manual of freshwater clams of Florida, Heard (1979) reported and illustrated A. suborbiculata from the Escambia River drainage but locality data for the illustrated specimen were not given. A single juvenile (48 mm; UF 134930) A. suborbiculata from the Escambia River, Florida, was reported and illustrated by Williams and Butler (1994). A new species of freshwater mussel, Anodonta hartfieldorum (Bivalvia: Unionidae), from the Gulf Coastal Plain drainages of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi, USA. Article.
Pomacea paludosa, common name the Florida applesnail, is a species of freshwater snail with an operculum, an aquatic gastropod mollusk in the family Ampullariidae, the apple snails. This species is the largest freshwater gastropod native to North America. The shell is globose in shape. The whorls are wide, the spire is depressed, and the aperture is narrowly oval. The shells are brown in color, and have a pattern of stripes. The shell is 60 mm in both length and width.
The Freshwater Snails of Florida: A Manual for Identification Ellis, Arthur Erskine. British Freshwater Bivalve Mollusca: Keys and Notes for the Identification of the Species
The Freshwater Snails of Florida: A Manual for Identification. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, 1984. 94 p. 193 black-and-white photographs. Ellis, Arthur Erskine. British Freshwater Bivalve Mollusca: Keys and Notes for the Identification of the Species. Synopses of the British Fauna (New Series) no. 11. London and New York: Academic Press for the Linnean Society, 1978. 109 p. 15 black-and-white plates. British Snails: A Guide to the Non-Marine Gastropoda of Great Britain and Ireland, Pliocene to Recent. Reprint with new introduction. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969. 294 p. 14 plates, 11 figs.