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[English title not available]. Its success in colonizing new areas after introduction and establishment may be due to: (i) large phenotypic variation in combinations of life-history traits, especially reflecting a high degree of plasticity (e.g. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 65(4):411-423; 64 ref. Colloques de l'INRA, No. Research by the Entomology Division of the Plant Protection Department, Cukurova University, Turkey, on the importation of predators and parasitoids as biological control agents (mainly for citrus pests) included the coccinellid Hippodamia convergens as a potential predator of C. aspersum (Uygun and Sekeroglu, 1987). Accouplement et ponte.) [Slug & snail pests in agriculture. Auffenberg K, Stange L A, 1986. W Wang, Pharmacom Corporation, USA, pers. Tissue and Cell, 29:561-572. Davis PR, Van Schagen JJ, Widmer MA, Craven TJ, 1996. The family Helicidae Rafinesque, 1815 groups 17 genera of large snails with mainly globular shells, including the well known Helix, Cepaea and Arianta. Vitturi R, Libertini A, Sineo L, Sparacio I, Lannino A, Gregorini A, Colomba M, 2005. Classification and nomenclator of gastropod families. Cryptomphalus aspersus), known by the common name garden snail, is a species of land snail.It is a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusc in the family Helicidae, which includes some of the most familiar land snails.Of all terrestrial molluscs, this species may well be the most widely known. 24 (7), 1187-1202. comm., 2009. Thus, both animals receive sperm in very large numbers (each ejaculate contains about 5.5 x 106) in every mating. Old individuals are easily recognized because some parts of the periostracum become worn, exposing the underlying calcified shell. (Contribution à l'élevage de l'escargot Petit-gris: Helix aspersa Müller (Mollusque Gastéropode Polmoné Stylommatophore). A, Physiology, 108(1):65-67. Proceedings of a Symposium, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, 24-26 September 1996., 333-334. Morphometric and genetic insights for three terrestrial snails in Taif province of Saudi Arabia. Barker GM, Watts C, 2002. by Essl, F.\ Rabitsch, W.]. Problems of weed control in fruit, horticultural crops and rice., 190-198. In: Entomology Circular, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry, No. Circadian cardiac rhythm in relation to environmental variables in the snail Helix aspersa Müller. J. Natl. Beeby A, Richmond L, 2007. Historical biogeography of the land snail Cornu aspersum: a new scenario inferred from haplotype distribution in the Western Mediterranean basin. Homing by the snail Helix aspersa. Vol. Under bright, dry conditions it is necessary to thoroughly search dark, sheltered areas where the humidity is elevated, such as under low-growing plants or debris. Journal of the National Research Council, Thailand. Differential survival of allosperm by location within the female storage organ of the snail Cornu aspersum. Cornu aspersum snail on patrol A juvenile snail 5mm shell. Flechtmann and Baggio (1985) studied the effects of R. limacum on C. aspersum and reported that when the mite population was sufficiently high, there was high mortality among snails. Ciencia e Investigación Agraria. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 64(1):67-74. 11 (1), 55-58. However, they cannot withstand long periods of frost (Ansart et al., 2002). Plant protection network, Pacific and South East Asia., unpaginated. by Barker GM]. We’re sorry, but GBIF doesn’t work properly without JavaScript enabled. Habitats are also highly variable, but the snails preferentially choose microhabitats with greater light intensity and structural complexity, offering more dormancy retreats and better protection against predators, and reject dimly lit microhabitats with smooth substrates (Perea et al., 2007). Coupland JB, Espiau A, Baker G, 1994. Pattarmanon T, 1987. The head and foot are 5-10 cm long when extended, yellowish-grey to greenish-black, often with a pale line along the back from the base of the tentacles to the shell. In the UK, 4800 tonnes (250 tonnes of active ingredient) were being applied each year at a cost of nearly £10 million, and Spanish farmers were spending £5 million each year on molluscicides (Garthwaite and Thomas, 1996). There are irregular dimples on the shell. (Terre Vie), 51:375-401. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA, 2014) considers C. aspersum to be a plant pest and have quarantines established for preventing the importation of the snail in plant and soil matter. (2010). Snail mortality increased gradually with time. Helix aspersa Muller [sic]. Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura 'Luiz de Queiroz', Universidad de Sao Paulo, 42(1):51-54. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 12:2-5. It is also occasionally considered as a domestic pet. Dallinger R, Lagg B, Egg M, Schipflinger R, Chabicovsky M, 2004. Proceedings of a Symposium, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, 24-26 September 1996. During dormancy, snails bury in the soil or crawl into crevices among rocks, retire into their shells and produce a calcareous and mucous epiphragm sealing the shell aperture (Barnhart, 1983). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 86:1244-1251. Washington, USA unpaginated. Originally from Italy, it would have been imported for promoting new helicicultural opportunities. Biology of Behaviour, 15(3-4):107-116. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 273:1471-1475. PESTNET, 2015. Gallois L, 1983. Germain L, 1930. Leeds, UK: Taylor Brothers. Gul H, Chaudhry MI, 1980. do Azji, Australii i obu Ameryk. Kerney M, 1999. Observations in natural conditions indicate a life span of 3-5 years but the species is known to live up to 10 years in artificial conditions (Taylor, 1914; Comfort, 1957). The Host Plants/Plants Affected table does not cover all plants that C. aspersum will feed on, as the list is so extensive but aims to provide an insight to the well-known species affected. Institute of Fish Facility - company profile and catalog list. Quantitative genetics of reproductive traits in the edible snail Helix aspersa Müller. Epizootic diseases, regularly appearing during the dry season in C. aspersum rearing farms, have been related to pathogenic strains of the bacterium Aeromonas hydrophila (Kiebre-Toe et al., 2005) and yellow fluorescence leading to death could be caused by pigment-forming bacteria of the genus Pseudomonas (Raut, 2004). The European brown snail in California. Cornu aspersum (Müller, 1774) is the single species in the genus Cornu Born, 1778. 285:4 pp. Assessment of the molluscicidal activity of a copper complex compound. The composition and richness of Danubian floodplain forest land snail faunas in relation to forest type and flood frequency. Jeppesen LL, Nygard K, 1976. The efficacy of Helix aspersa muller extract in the healing of partial thickness burns: a novel treatment for open burn management protocols. Madec L, Guiller A, 1994. Evolution of these characters in laboratory conditions. London, UK: Academic Press, 47-131. Field observations on feeding of the land snail Helix aspersa Müller. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. London: Academic Press, 49-98. class Gastropoda order Pulmonata family Helicidae genus Cornu species Cornu aspersum Ambrosia martine extract was shown to be the most toxic, followed by C. colocynthis and C. proximus, while Glinus sp. Chevalier L, Desbuquois C, Papineau J, Charrier M, 2000. Cowie RH, 1996. 25 (1), 35-37. In: Southwestern Naturalist, 7 (1) 51-63. However, young individuals seem unable to really hibernate and thus exhibit higher mortality during overwintering (Charrier, 1980; Biannic, 1995). By 1900, C. aspersum was present throughout much of the agricultural areas of California and it has been regarded as a pest in citrus since that time (Basinger, 1931). Barker and Watts (2002) emphasised the potential impact of C. aspersum on locally endemic species in New Zealand, such as Placostylus ambagiosus and Succinea archeyi. Hiraux C, 2009. 2A [ed. May, 2006. Pretoria. Geographical variation in shell morphology and isoenzymes of Helix aspersa Müller, 1774 (Gastropoda, PUlmonata), the edible land snail, from Greece and Cyprus. Journal of Experimental Biology, 128:123-138. Comptes Rendus de l'Academie des Sciences Paris Série III, 319:225-229. Rennes, France: University of Rennes. A soft, slimy bodied gastropod class of mollusc, with a whorled hollowed shell, carried on its back which it uses to protect itself. > 0°C, dry winters), Continental climate with dry summer (Warm average temp. Barker (1999) reported the species on Pitcairn and Easter Islands. Morand S, Wilson MJ, Glen DM, 2004. Oecologia, 21:313-334. Étude au laboratoire.) In fruit farming, up to 50% of the harvest has been lost as fruit damaged by snails is affected by Monilia fungi (Stringer, 1969; Stringer and Morgan, 1969). There are three major classes of compounds present in molluscicides: metaldehyde (induces desiccation and loss of locomotor activity), carbamates (causes paralysis and loss of muscle tone), and metal chelates such as iron EDTA (interacts with oxygen uptake and triggers arrest of feeding) (Barker and Watts, 2002). Sakovich NJ, 2002. Solem A, 1978. 52:61-64. Pest Slugs and Snails. Faune de France, 21:1-477. 288 pp. Revista Frutícola, 7(1):13-27; [31 col. Escargots Funcia. Gas permeability of the epiphragm of a terrestrial snail Otala lactea. comm., 2008. Albuquerque de Matos R, 1985. The product has potential in the management of pest molluscs, especially as part of IPM programmes, but it seems not to have been further developed. Snail farming Research, 1:34-41. The egg mass is concealed by a mixture of soil and secreted mucus followed by a faecal ribbon in contact with the clutch and the nest is covered with soil. Cantareus aspersa. ], No. Flechtmann C H W, Baggio D, 1985. Geographic variation in reproductive traits of Helix aspersa Müller studied under laboratory conditions. Czarnoleski M, Kozlovski J, Dumiot G, Bonnet JC, Mallard J, Dupont-Nivet M, 2008. Well-formed: N Recommended: N NBN ID code: NBNSYS0000006776. In: [Garden Note, no. Brieva A, Philips N, Tejedor R, Guerrero A, Pivel JP, Alonso-Lebrero JL, Gonzalez S, 2008. Southwestern Naturalist, 44(1):93-96. It was in California, USA, where it was introduced in the 1850s, that it was first treated (1931) as a regulated pest. Washington DC, USA: USDA. South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture. Volume one. ©Didier Descouens/Muséum de Toulouse - CC BY-SA 4.0. Cornu aspersum is a hermaphrodite, possessing both male and female sex organs. Oviposition occurs about 2 weeks after fertilization and its duration is from 10 to 35 hours. Dupont-Nivet M, Mallard J, Bonnet JC, Blanc JM, 1998. Hardouin J, Thys é, 1997. [English title not available]. 1:111 pp. putris Monterosato, 1892, Barker, G. M. (1999). Madec L, Guiller A, 1993. In the USA and New Zealand, C. aspersum creates problems in commercial kiwifruit fields. Charrier M, Rouland C, 1992. (Vleisvreter slak - 'n biologiese beheermaatreël?). Turkish Journal of Zoology, 28(4):329-335. Pests of kiwi fruit in Chile. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status inferred from regional distribution. The reproductive behaviour of C. aspersum exhibits several features, including multiple mating, long-term sperm storage, allosperm digestion, internal fertilization and dart shooting, that may promote sperm competition. Evaluating Helix aspersa as a sentinel for mapping metal pollution. Sacchi CF, 1971. Such a strategy could explain the successful colonization of agrosystems, which could be considered stressful for snails because of many unpredictable (predation, agricultural practices) and predictable (climate) mortality factors (Madec et al., 2000). Paris, France: Pomathio-Durville, 279 pp. Chemoecology, 12(2):91-97. 3. Roman colonization. It is currently recorded on only two of the Hawaiian Islands (Cowie, 1997; Cowie et al., 2008). 57 (4), 483-487. Occasional Papers, Department of Entomology, University of California, Riverside, No. Field Guide to the Land Snails of Britain and North-west Europe. ‘blond des Flandres’ with a yellow shell without any bands). Potts DC, 1975. - Cornu aspersum - gefleckte Weinbergschnecke 1000 Teile Puzzle quer Bei den verwendeten Links handelt es sich um Affiliate … Madec L, 1989. It is well known for its bio-accumulation of heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, Pb, Zn) and other substances (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) in its soft tissues (digestive gland, mantle tissue) (Gomot de Vaufleury, 2000; Gomot de Vaufleury and Bispo, 2000; Beeby and Richmond, 2002; Viard et al., 2004; Regoli et al., 2006; Sverdrup et al., 2006; Ianistcki et al., 2009). [English title not available]. Sources of the 211 datasets. Feneglio C, Scherini E, Necchi D, Soldani C, Bernocchi G, 1997. DOC Science Internal Series, No.31:30 pp. American Journal of Physiology. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 33(2):209-216. Escargot Peru. > 10°C, Cold average temp. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, Environmental Research, Section B, 53(3):425-431. Journal of Comparative Physiology. Other sources indicate that the species was recorded in 1839 in Portland (Maine), in New Orleans (Louisiana, introduced from Spain) and in Massachusetts (introduced from Ireland). A moderately enhanced cold hardiness is related to hibernation, allowing the snails to bear temperatures as low as c. –5°C (Ansart et al., 2001). Journal of Comparative Physiology, 142:89-94. An updated and annoted checklist of Bulgarian terrestrial gastropods (Mollusca: Gastropoda). Plant protection network, Pacific and South East Asia. Some commonly used fertilizers showed considerable initial and residual molluscicidal effects. Etude de l'oeuf de l'escargot petit-gris Helix aspersa Müller (Mollusque, Gastéropode, Pulmoné) et de l'influence de la température sur le développement embryonnaire. Oecologia. Lucarz A, Gomot L, 1985. Water relationships. Efficacy of different treatments against the brown snail, Helix aspersa Müller on Citrus in South Africa. No other species known to be involved in the local dissemination of other species of snails, especially some bird species, seems to be an efficient vector for the passive dispersal of C. aspersum. In the escargotières of the Maghreb a common mistake is to misidentify Helix melanostoma as C. aspersum, but live specimens of H. melanostoma have a thicker and paler shell that has a dark peristome without a reflected lip. 285 4 pp. Raut SK, 2004. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing, 353-360., Sanderson G, Sirgel W, 2002. Stephanou D, 1986. As terrestrial molluscs have many natural enemies, there has been strong interest in the biological control of C. aspersum using other, predatory snails (e.g. Escargot Peru, 2009. Soil biology and ecotoxicology. Journal of Comparative Physiology. According to the pioneering work of Basinger (1931) on a population in California, each individual is capable of laying about 86 eggs once every 6 weeks from February to October, so that approximately five ovipositions are made each year and 430 eggs laid. In: Pacific Science, 18 130-137. Euglandina rosea, Rumina decollata, used for biological control) (for complete information, see Barker, 2004). Control of pest snails and slugs. (1982) was carried out in a daisy field in northern California to determine the effectiveness of the indigenous coleopterous predator Scaphinotus striatopunctatus in the biological control of C. aspersum. [English title not available]. Dallinger R, Chabicovsky M, Berger B, 2004. Phenotypic plasticity in reproductive traits: importance in the life history of Helix aspersa (Mollusca: Helicidae) in a recently colonized habitat. As other European helicids, C. aspersum, especially the maxima form has been introduced recently to Israel for food (Roll et al., 2008). Growth, mortality and fecundity in successive generations of Helix aspersa Müller cultured indoors and crowding effects on fast-, medium- and slow-growing snails of the same clutch. Analyse de la nature ou tableau de l'univers et des corps organisés. Systematic Biology, 47(2):208-227. Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France, 116(1):15-25. Mollecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 143:15-20. Cornu species Cornu aspersum Name Synonyms Cantareus aspersus (O.F.Müller, 1774) Cornu copiae Born, 1778 Cryptomphalus aspersus (O.F.Müller, 1774) Helix aspersa O.F.Müller, 1774 Helix aspersa var. Land snails and slugs of Russia and adjacent countries. Pulmonata. During the summer, the eggs hatch in about two weeks but the time to hatching varies from 14 to 40 days according to the environmental relative humidity (Guéméné and Daguzan, 1983). Malacologia, 45:125-132. [English title not available]. Coeurdassier M, Gomot-de Vaufleury A, Lovy C, Badot PM, 2002. Bailey SER, Lazaridou-Dimitriadou M, 1986. However, in New Zealand (Barker and Watts, 2002), it is particularly abundant in indigenous ecosystems and potentially constitutes a threat through: 1) selective feeding, which can modify the structure of plant communities; In the USA, APHIS has produced containment guidelines to assist a researcher, educator, or commercial entity to design, build, maintain and operate a facility for rearing nonindigenous snails in the USA, including C. aspersum (APHIS, 2002), the non-respect of which is subject to civil and/or criminal penalties and loss of permits. Laboratory and field experiments have been conducted in Egypt to investigate the molluscicidal activity of weed extracts from Ambrosia martine, Citrullus colocynthis, Cymbopogon proximus and Glinus sp., and of five fertilizers, against C. aspersum. B, Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology, 172(7):619-625., APHIS, 2002., Barker GM, Efford MG, 2004. This solution can be very effective but involves extra labour in managing the animals and protecting them from predators (Sakovich, 2002; Davis et al., 2004). In the Mascarene Islands, traders of the French East India Company (beginning in the seventeenth century) were involved in the introduction of C. aspersum, especially to La Réunion, as animal feed (Madec, 1989 ). The aperture (mouth) is large and rounded and has a lip that is white, faintly thickened and slightly recurved. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. An evaluation of chemicals for the toxicity to brown snail (Helix aspersa Müller) on grapevines. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 83(1):19-22. Also, genetic data indicate that C. aspersum is capable of establishing even after a severe genetic bottleneck. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 57(4):483-487. ISBN 978-3-662-52869-3. Madec L, Guiller A, Coutellec-Vreto MA, Desbuquois C, 1998. Helix aspersa Muller, 1774. Studies on the ecological genetics of Helix aspersa. Pesticides should always be used in a lawful manner, consistent with the product's label. by Barker, G. M.]. Catalog and bibliography of the nonindigenous nonmarine snails and slugs of the Hawaiian Islands. A, Physiology, 118(4):1103-1114. The horticultural industry as a vector of alien snails and slugs: widespread invasions in Hawaii. Eggs are laid in clutches in hollows up to 7 cm below the soil surface dug out by the snail and covered with earth. 53-62. Infraorder. The subject of farming since the Roman age, the western form has successfully colonized a large range of landscapes disturbed by humans (agricultural, urban and suburban areas), and it is considered an important agricultural and garden pest in lands where it has been recently introduced and naturalized (Barker, 2002). (Variation des capacités reproductrices de l'escargot petit-gris Helix aspersa Müller selon son origine géographique. Council Thailand, 19(2):47-71. Theenhaus A, Scheu S, 1996. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing, 599-611. Altieri MA, Hagen KS, Trujillo J, Caltagirone LE, 1982. Ciencia e Investigación Agraria, 36(1):123-130. A new look into the gut environment of edible Helicid snails. C. aspersum is an obligate out-crossing species. 239-250. Charpentier J, 1837. (2009). Dan N, Bailey SER, 1982. During active periods, activity occurs mainly at night, when temperature declines and humidity is enhanced. Field Guide to the Land Snails of Britain and North-west Europe. Cowie RH, 1997. Perea J, García A, Acero R, Peña F, Gómez G, 2008. 77 (2), 113-129. USDA, 2009. Davis PR, Van Schagen JJ, Widmer MA, Craven TJ, 1996. Adamo SA, Chase R, 1990. The shell ground colour is from yellowish to pale brown. Histoire naturelle des principales productions de l'Europe méridionale et particulièrement de celles des environs de Nice et des Alpes Maritimes. Grimm FW, Forsyth RG, Schueler FW, Karstad A, 2009. The influence of ingestive conditioning on food choices in the land snail Helix aspersa Müller (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Stylommatophora). In: Natural enemies of terrestrial molluscs [ed. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 61(2):289-292. Snails and slugs. (Mollusques terrestres et fluviatiles, pt. von Proschwitz & Andersson, G. (2008) Korrigeringar mollusker. In artificial conditions optimized for growth, the recurved lip often appears after three months, but this does not coincide with reproductive maturity. Malacologia, 47(1/2):397 pp. Slug and snail pests in Spanish crops and their economical importance. The first record of terrestrial mollusk Helix lucorum (Pulmonata, Helicidae) in Uzbekistan. Kerney M P, Cameron R A D, 1979. OPINION 2354 (Case 3518) Cornu Born, 1778 (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Helicidae): request for a ruling on the availability of the generic name granted. In: Henderson IF, ed. Cordyceps militaris has been used extensively as a crude drug and a folk tonic food in East Asia due to its various pharmacological activities. Bailey (1975) and Lorvelec et al. Linhart YB, Thompson JD, 1995. Auffenberg K, Stange LA, 1986. Chevallier H, 1983. capitata (cabbage), Albuquerque de Matos and Corto-Real, 1994, Specific cellular changes in response to fungicides extensively used in agriculture have been validated as relevant biomarkers of contaminant exposure and accumulation,,,,,,,,,!ut/p/_s.7_0_A/7_0_1OB?navid=PLANT_HEALTH&parentnav=AGRICULTURE&navtype=RT,,,,, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Sofia/Moskva (Pensoft). 312 pp., 142 plates. The distribution of gastropod molluscs. Memoir of the Queensland Museum, 22:115-139. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 60(3):205-214. Exotic Mollusca in California. In regions of Africa where C. aspersum is not native, it may also have been introduced for human consumption, e.g. In: Voyage zoologique en Kroumirie Gadeau de Kerville. The brown garden snail (European brown snail), Cornu aspersum, was described by O.F. This species acquires the additional calcium needed for shell development by consuming soil, resulting in the gut of C. aspersum being colonized, in part, by soil bacteria ( Gomot et al. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. Herbert D G, 2010. Cantareus aspersus provides a reservoir of Riccardoella that is likely to infest sympatric indigenous species Cornu aspersum snails can live for 2-3 years. However, Herbert suggested that C. aspersum was probably introduced accidentally long before this, perhaps around 1650-1700. Barnhart MC, 1983. In artificial conditions, growth rate is influenced by both food availability and conspecific crowding (Cowie and Cain, 1983). Basinger AJ, 1931. C. aspersum has been disseminated to many parts of the world (i) intentionally as a human food source (both as an inexpensive protein source for local consumption and for the gourmet restaurant trade), (ii) accidentally associated with the movement of plants, (iii) and by hobbyists who collect snails (see Pictures). The young Cornu aspersum resemble the adults, but are much smaller with thin shells. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 74:37-45. Helicidae. Heredity, 53:11-20. In its natural habitat, it feeds on wild plants such as Urtica dioica or Hedera helix, which are also used for shelter. Suborder. It was also imported to Colombia (Bogota) from Brazilian stock for farming purposes in the 1970s (Hausdorf, 2002). In: Helix Consulting, (Contribution á l'étude du régime alimentaire de l'escargot petit-gris.) in: Gordon, D.P. List of non-marine molluscs of El Hatillo Municipality, Miranda, Venezuela. unpaginated. Serres Mde, 1829. In: Institute of Fish Facility - company profile and catalog list. Study of the garden snail Helix aspersa M., under artificial rearing conditions. 102 (1), 126-132. The formulation and dose to apply will depend on environmental conditions (for more information, see Barker and Watts, 2002). Léon Bernard, 35043 Rennes, France. Rennes, France: University of Rennes. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing, 525-557. Rhabditis maupasi: occurrence in food snails and cultivation. Checklist of the non-marine Molluscan species-group taxa of the States of Northern, Atlantic and Central Europe (CLECOM 1). Juveniles feed more often on fresh plant material than do adults (Iglesias and Castillejo, 1999). Nowadays, the western lineage of C. aspersum has become a typically anthropochorous form widespread throughout the world in many regions having Mediterranean, temperate and even subtropical climates. For the same reasons, it also represents a frequent 'model' in school classrooms for teaching purposes. Geographical patterns of genetic differentiation in the landsnail Helix aspersa Müller (Gastropoda: Pulmonata). Bishop Museum Occasional Papers, No. Rennes, France: University of Rennes. [English title not available]. Plant Import: Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Stearns REC, 1900. 4 pp. 7 (2), 83-89. The promise that specific ingredients of the snail secretion give a rejuvenating appearance to the skin have led to increased deliberate introductions as some specific creams marketed since 1995 in Chile are now commercialized in 35 countries. du Pr. In natural populations, formation of a reflected lip round the shell aperture indicates sexual maturity and the end of somatic growth. Helicidae as pests in Australian and South African grapevines. Genetic and phenotypic variation in allopatric populations of Helix aspersa (Muller): a preliminary report. by Barker, G. M.]. Among valuable biomarker assays tested and currently used for monitoring polluted habitats and assessing the impact of contaminants on the biota, are metallothionein induction, increased biotransformation activity and peroxisomal proliferation (Gomot, 1997; Gomot de Vaufleury and Kerhoas, 2000; Gomot de Vaufleury and Pihan, 2000; Coeurdassier et al., 2002; Dallinger et al., 2004a, b, 2005). Heredity. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture, 7(2):83-89. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 61(3):313-323. Micron. In general, terrestrial gastropods are important in nutrient cycling and plant litter decomposition (Meyer et al., 2011, 2013). In general, there is very little information on the economic damage terrestrial snails and slugs cause to vegetable crops and fruit trees. Biology and Control., Berlin; Heidelberg; New York, Springer-Verlag. Scaling of metabolism in Helix aspersa snails: changes through ontogeny and response to selection for increased size. Heredity. 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