Biology News
Origin of the species: where did Darwin's finches come from? - The Guardian

The Guardian
Biogeography and evolution of the Galápagos: Integration of the biological and geological evidence. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Sato, A, et al., 2001. On the origin of Darwin's finches. Molecular Biology and Evolution. Steadman, DW, 1982.

Lectins help social amoeba establish their own microbiome - Baylor College of Medicine News (press release)

Baylor College of Medicine News (press release)
... the amoebas get stressed and respond by getting together, forming first a slug and then a fruiting body consisting of a ball of spores balanced atop a dead stalk,” said corresponding author Dr. Adam Kuspa, professor of biochemistry and molecular ...

Biogeography of the Banana Slug (Ariolimax columbianus)

San Francisco - United States

Project by Jasmine Morrow on this species with photographs and information on its classification, description, habitat, natural history and evolution.

Ariolimax columbianus: Spotted Banana Slug

Photograph and information on the largest North American slug.

Tundra Swan Cygnus columbianus
United States

Offers identification tips, a distribution map, a sound clip of their call, and information about their taxonomy.

Cosmopolites sordidus: Banana Root Borer
United States

Photographs and a description of this weevil, its distribution, life cycle, biology, host plants and management.

The Slug Site
United States

Devoted to the study of opisthobranch molluscs.

Slug Site, The
United States

Devoted to study of Opisthobranch Mollusks (nudibranchs), more commonly referred to as sea slugs. Promotes the sharing of sea slug photos to facilitate identification of species and desemination of new range, distribution, and ecological information on species around the world.

The Okinawa Slug Site
United States

A site featuring Okinawan Opisthobranch Molluscs, nudibranchs and other related sea slugs such as bubble-shells, sea hares and side-gilled slugs.

Sea Slug Forum
United States

You can ask questions and post information on nudibranchs and other related sea slugs such as bubble-shells, sea hares and side-gilled slugs.

Sea Slug Forum
United States

Ask questions and find out more about nudibranchs, bubble-shells, sea hares, and other sea slugs.

Spiny Oak Slug
United States

Wikipedia provides a description of this moth, Euclea delphinii, with a photograph of its unusual caterpillar.

Mediterranean Slug Site

A plethora of photos and information about Opisthobranchs from the Mediterranean Sea. Also includes nudibranchs from parts of the world other than the Mediterranean.