Pecosorbis, a new genus of fresh-water snails (Planorbidae) from New Mexico

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StatementDwight W. Taylor.
GenreClassification.
SeriesCircular / New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources ;, 194, Circular (New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Resources ;, 194.
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LC ClassificationsTN24.N6 A235 no. 194, QL430.5.P48 A235 no. 194
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Pagination17 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2666579M
LC Control Number85621278

Pecosorbis, a new genus of fresh-water snails (Planorbidae) from New Mexico. Socorro: New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources A DIVISION OF NEW MEXICO INSTITUTE OF MINING & TECHNOLOGY Pecosorbis, a new genus of fresh-water snails (Planorbidae) from New Mexico Dwight W. Taylor 98 Main St., #, Tiburon, California SOCORRO Circular —Pecosorbis, a new genus of fresh-water snails (Planorbidae) from New Mexico We are a research and service division of: By D.

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Description Pecosorbis, a new genus of fresh-water snails (Planorbidae) from New Mexico EPUB

Freshwater snails are gastropod mollusks which live in fresh water. There are many different families. They are found throughout the world in various habitats, ranging from ephemeral pools to the largest lakes, and from small seeps and springs to major rivers.

The great majority of freshwater gastropods have a shell, with very few exceptions. The New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) is a species of very small freshwater snail with a gill and an operculum.

This aquatic gastropod mollusk is in the family Tateidae. It is an invasive species in many countries, where populations of the snail can reach phenomenal densities. Most aquatic snail species die when stranded on dry land in the dry season.

However, a proportion of some snail species are able to withstand desiccation for months while buried in the mud bottom by sealing their shell opening with a layer of mucus. Most species can survive outside water for short periods. Fig.

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Snail of the genus Biomphalaria. The snail part of this website provides access to the list of freshwater gastropods (snails) in Canada and the United States as determined by the American Fisheries Society (AFS) Endangered Species Committee (ESC) on freshwater gastropods.

About 64% of snail species in freshwater habitats are in some level of imperilment and another 10%. Dwight Willard Taylor (–) was an American malacologist and paleontologist, a researcher on undergraduate work was at the University of California, Berkeley and his PhD was from Harvard University.

He named and described new taxa of gastropods, mostly freshwater snails in the families Hydrobiidae and Physidae, including. * Many species of freshwater snails are intermediate hosts of highly infective parasitic flat worms that cause, schistosomiasis also called bilharziasis and snail fever in Africa, Asia and the Americas.

* million people worldwide are at risk. Freshwater snails are dispersed between isolated bodies of water via birds’ feet, wind-blown leaves, and floods. Several species are hosts to a variety of parasitic flatworm species (called trematodes) that cause disease in humans and other warm-blooded animals; e.g., species (e.g., the amphibious snail Ampullarius gigas) are used to keep aquariums clean.

Snails belong to the Gastropoda genus of the phylum Mollusca. The members of the Mollusca phylum don’t possess a skeleton or exoskeleton and include clams, oysters and squid, as well as snails and slugs.

Even if you haven’t bought or added new plants in a while, chances are, the snails have been there all the time, hiding in the gravel. Taxa. Taylor named and described new taxa of gastropods, mostly freshwater snails in the families Hydrobiidae and Physidae, including.

Mexipyrgus Taylor,in the Hydrobiidae; Coahuilix hubbsi Taylor,in the Hydrobiidae; A number of taxa of non-marine mollusca were named in honor of him, including: The freshwater snail genus Taylorconcha Hershler et al.,in the Hydrobiidae.

Although the average person thinks a snail is a snail, there are approximat species of snails spread over the earth. Many of these are marine species, such as periwinkle or conch; still others live in freshwater.

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Unfortunately, these beautiful animals cannot be kept outside in a pond, as they are not very tolerant to cold weather. Many mystery snails, such as ones under the genus Pomacea, lay their pinkish-colored egg sacks above the waterline.

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Three new species of the streptaxid snail genus Perrottetia are described from north and northeastern Thailand, Perrottetia aquilonaria sp.

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Land snail, any of the approximat species of snails (phylum Mollusca) adapted to life away from species are members of the subclass Pulmonata (class Gastropoda); a few are members of the subclass lly, land snails live on or near the ground, feed on decaying plant matter, and lay their eggs in the soil.Freshwater snails like the mystery snail, rabbit snails, turbo snails, nerite snails, and many more make the perfect addition for planted aquariums of all kinds.

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