Order Archive: Gastropoda

Leopard Slug

Leopard Slug (Limax maximus)This is one enormous and beautiful slug (if it is possible for slugs to be beautiful).This individual was found taking an exploratory tour of the barbecue during the recent rainy weather.(23 August 2010) Leopard Slug (Limax maximus)The same specimen as shown left, stretched out to his (?) full length of around 15cm.(23 …

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Tree Slug

Tree slug (Limax marginatus)This one is a bit more normal sized, but still quite large at around 6 cm, and likes to climb trees.(01 August 2010)

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Great Ramshorn Snail

Great Ramshorn Snail (oblique view)(Large shell (~ 35mm diameter) found in Thrupp Lake, 03 June 2010)

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Unidentified Snail

A snail , Barton Fields nature reserve.(12 November 2005)

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Black Slug

Black slug (Arion ater)(5 August 2005)

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White-lipped Snail

White-lipped snail (Cepaea hortensis)(31 July 2005)

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Great Pond Snail

Great pond snail (Lymnaea stagnalis) in lake.(29 July 2005)

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Wandering Pond Snail

Wandering Pond Snail(Lymnaea peregra = Radix balthica)(Bullfield Lake, 20 July 2005)

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Brown-lipped Snail

Brown lipped snail (Cepaea nemoralis)(17 July 2005)

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Ear Pond Snail

Lymnaea auricularia on bed of Bullfield lake(13 July 2005)

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