Eight shells of Cochlicella acuta from Crete. The scale bar is in millimeters. Scientific classification Kingdom.
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Cochlicella acuta, common name the pointed snail, is a species of small but very high-spired, air-breathing land snail, a pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Cochlicellidae. Previously however, Cochlicella was placed in the Helicidae or the Hygromiidae instead.
This paper on introduced helicid gastropod snail pests in Australia (including Theba pisana, Cernuella virgata, Cochlicella acuta and C. barbara) includes sections on distribution, sub-specific variation, world significance, general biology, dispersal, laboratory rearing, control, polymorphism and native Australian snails. The section on control includes sections on cultural and chemical.
The conical snail, Cochlicella acuta, is a major introduced pest of grain crops in southern Australia. In particular, C. acuta aestivates on the heads and upper stalks of crop plants thus fouling grain harvests in late spring-early summer. Previous attempts to control this snail pest included the release, during the early 2000s, of parasitic flies (Sarcophaga villeneuveana) sourced from.
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Cochlicella - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia Cochlicella is a genus of small, narrow-shelled, air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Geomitridae, previously placed in the Helicidae, Cochlicellidae or Hygromiidae.
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We advise against extracting comparative information from the descriptions. This is much more easily achieved using the DELTA data files or the interactive key, which allows access to the character list, illustrations, full and partial descriptions, diagnostic descriptions, differences and similarities between taxa, lists of taxa exhibiting or lacking specified attributes, and distributions of.
Unfortunately, classification mistakes are made by the fact that the host, intermediate host and parasites are from separate groups of animals.. Cochlicella acuta, Helicella itala, Cernuella.
Slugs, Snails And Iron Based Baits: An Increasing Problem And A Low Toxic Specific Action Solution 1 Crop Modelling And Management Adapting APSIM Lucerne To The Western Australian Environment 1.
Prietocella acuta - Pointed Snail Prietocella barbara - Small Pointed Snail Family: Helicidae Order: Eupulmonata Class: - Gastropoda Synonyms: Pointed Snail Prietocella acuta was Cochlicella acuta Small Pointed Snail Prietocella barbara was Cochlicella barbara. Description: Adult - The shell of the Small Pointed Snail is usually less than 10.
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The Helicoidea is one of the most diverse superfamilies of terrestrial land snails. In this study we present a molecular phylogeny of the western Palaearctic Helicoidea obtained by means of.
Small (less than 10mm) found on coastal succulent vegetation in a dune system.
The genus Obelus, so far known from shells only, is re-described on the basis of the anatomy of its genital system.Its range is here restricted to north-western Africa and the Canary Islands. Four species are traditionally listed for the Canary Islands: Obelus despreauxii, O. moderatus, O. mirandae and O. cyclodon.The presence of the last species on the Canary Islands is doubtful, whereas the.
Cochlicella Barbara is listed as a harmful organism by Chile, Japan and the Republic of Korea. It has a pest rating of B from the Californian Department of Food and Agriculture and classified as an agricultural pest in Australia. Prevention and Control.
Theba pisana, common names the white garden snail, sand hill snail, white Italian snail, Mediterranean coastal snail, and simply just the Mediterranean snail, is an edible species of medium-sized, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Helicidae, the typical snails. This species is native to the Mediterranean region, but it has become an invasive.