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Stylommatophora


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Stylommatophora

Supraspecific taxonomy in the Vertiginidae (Gastropoda: Stylommatophora)

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

PHYLOGENY OF THE LIMACOIDEA SENSU LATO (GASTROPODA: STYLOMMATOPHORA)

UPPER CRETACEOUS (CAMPANIAN) LAND SNAILS (GASTROPODA: STYLOMMATOPHORA) FROM WASHINGTON AND CALIFORNIA

Development of the sperm storage organ in Arianta arbustorum (Stylommatophora: Helicidae)

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

MATE-CHOICE CRITERIA IN A PROTANDROUS SIMULTANEOUSLY HERMAPHRODITIC LAND SNAIL ACHATINA FULICA (FÉRUSSAC) (STYLOMMATOPHORA: ACHATINIDAE)

MORELETINA, A NEW GENUS OF HYGROMIIDAE (PULMONATA: STYLOMMATOPHORA) FROM SANTA MARIA, AÇORES

Dart shooting influences paternal reproductive success in the snail Helix aspersa (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora)

Splitting the Roman snail Helix pomatia Linnaeus, 1758 (Stylommatophora: Helicidae) into two: redescription of the forgotten Helix thessalica Boettger, 1886

THE H3/H4 HISTONE GENE CLUSTER OF LAND SNAILS (GASTROPODA: STYLOMMATOPHORA): TS/TV RATIO, GC3 DRIVE AND SIGNALS IN STYLOMMATOPHORAN PHYLOGENY

VARIABILITY OF THE GENITAL SYSTEM OF HELIX POMATIA L., 1758 AND H. LUCORUM L., 1758 (GASTROPODA: STYLOMMATOPHORA)

MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF THE STATUS AND RELATIONSHIPS OF THE LAND SNAIL `CERNUELLA' USTICENSIS (CALCARA, 1842) (STYLOMMATOPHORA: HELICOIDEA)

MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF CERTAIN THAI GASTROCOPTINE MICRO LAND SNAILS (STYLOMMATOPHORA: PUPILLIDAE) INFERRED FROM MITOCHONDRIAL AND NUCLEAR RIBOSOMAL DNA SEQUENCES

 

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(class Gastro-poda, subclass Pulmonata)

An order of predominantly terrestrial gastropods that have two pairs of tentacles. Forms with and without shells are common. Eyes are present at the tips of the posterior pair of tentacles. The order first appeared in the Mesozoic.

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