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Pulmonata


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Pulmonata

Pulmonata

Heterobranchia II: The Pulmonata

PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF THE CAMAENIDAE (PULMONATA: STYLOMMATOPHORA: HELICOIDEA)

Albino-like Carinarion identified by protein electrophoresis (Pulmonata: Arionidae)

Humic acid: a growth factor for Helix aspersa Müller (Gastropoda: Pulmonata)

First record of Deroceras juranumoutside the Jura mountains (Pulmonata: Agriolimacidae)

MICROSNAILS AT MICROSCALES IN BORNEO: DISTRIBUTIONS OF PROSOBRANCHIA VERSUS PULMONATA

Predation on Greek Albinaria (Pulmonata: Clausiliidae) by Poiretia (Pulmonata: Oleacinidae) and by an unknown organism making circular holes: possible drivers of shell evolution

Systematics and phylogeography of Cerion sensu stricto (Pulmonata: Cerionidae) from Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire

Species assignment in Pupilla (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Pupillidae): integration of DNA-sequence data and conchology

Phylogeography and systematics of Pyramidula (Pulmonata: Pyramidulidae) in the eastern Alps: still a taxonomic challenge

Fecundity in the hermaphroditic land snail Succinea putris (Pulmonata: Succineidae): does body size matter?

Habitat preferences and conservation of Vertigo geyeri (Gastropoda: Pulmonata) in Slovakia and Poland

Mating behaviour and copulatory mechanics in six species of Planorbidae (Gastropoda: Pulmonata)

Phylogeny of the land snails Bradybaena and Phaeohelix (Pulmonata: Bradybaenidae) in Japan

Life-history variation in selfing multilocus genotypes of the land slug Deroceras laeve (Pulmonata: Agriolimacidae)

Molecular phylogeny of the helicoid land snails (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora: Helicoidea), with special emphasis on the Camaenidae

Morphological and anatomical differentiation of three land snails of the genus Rhynchotrochus (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Camaenidae)

 

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(phylum Mollusca, class Gastropoda)

A subclass of mainly terrestrial gastropods, with some aquatic members, in which the anterior mantle cavity is modified into a lung. A few have small, secondary gills. The head usually has one or two pairs of tentacles. The foot generally occupies the entire ventral surface, forming a flat, creeping sole. The shell, if present, can be quite variable in shape. Members of only one family have an operculum. Individuals are hermaphroditic. The subclass first appeared in the Mesozoic.

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