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Hailing from Lewisburg, Penn., Senior Ben Apple was excited to come to Colgate seeing as he was coming from a town so influenced by the presence of Bucknell University. Apple became a molecular biology major after taking the course “Molecules, Cells ...

Apple snails

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Apple snails are tropical and sub-tropical freshwater snails from the family Ampullariidae (sometimes referred to as Pilidae). The Ampullariidae are divided in several genera. The genera Asolene, Felipponea, Marisa, and Pomacea are the New World genera (South America, Central America, the West Indies and the Southern U.S.A.), while the genera Afropomus, Lanistes and Saulea are found in Africa. The genus Pila is native in both Africa and Asia. For more info about the "Apple snail" species: take a look at the site.

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Home and landscape pest management.

FAQ - Snails
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Identification manual and field guide.

Predatory Snails of Florida
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Information and photographs of these snails that eat other snails, Euglandina rosea, Rumina decollata, Haplotrema concavum, Gulella bicolor and Varicella gracillima floridana.

Tree Snails of Florida
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Information on a number of snails which live permanently in trees and their identification, with an illustrated key.

Marine Snails and Pteropods
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Photographic study by Jean-Marie Cavanihac of these marine organisms, with photographs of a typical rasping radula and some animated sequences.


Offers information about snails, slugs, and other mollusks.

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Short description and medicinal uses of Malus pumila.

Apple Maggot
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Illustrated article about the apple maggot, Rhagolethis pomonella, its life cycle and non-chemical control.

The Apple Snail

Extensive information about the apple snail family (Ampullariidae).