Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Biomphalaria glabrata listed in key words.

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29611 Book Barbosa, F.S., E.G. Berry, H.W. Harry, B. Hubendick, E.A. Malek, V.L. Paraense, E.C. Chamberlayne, and L.J. Olivier. 1968. A Guide for Identification of the Snail Intermediate Hosts of Schistosomiasis in the Americas. Pan American Health Organization, Regional Office of the World Health Organization, Washington, D.C. http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/170067/1/40213.pdf.
26616 Journal Article Becker, W. 1980. Metabolic interrelationship of parasitic trematodes and molluscs, especially Schistosoma mansoni in Biomphalaria glabrata. Zeitschrift fuer Parasitenkunde 63:101-111.
9289 Journal Article Bowler, P.A., and T.J. Frest. 1991. The non-native snail fauna of the middle Snake River, southern Idaho. Proceedings of the Desert Fishes Council 23:28-44.
1316 Journal Article Burch, J.B., and J.L. Tottenham. 1980. North American freshwater snails: species list, ranges and illustrations. Walkerana - Transactions of the POETS Society 1(3):81-216. https://molluskconservation.org/PUBLICATIONS/WALKERANA/Vol1/walkerana%20vol1%20no3%2081-216.PDF.
33515 Book Chapter Jarne, P., J. Pointier, and P. David. 2011. Biosystematics of Biomphalaria spp. with an emphasis on Biomphalaria glabrata. Pages 1-32 in Toledo, R. and B. Fried, eds. Biomphalaria Snails and Larval Trematodes. Springer Publishing. New York, New York.
28468 Journal Article Malek, E.A. 1969. Studies on "Tropicorbid" snails (Biomphalaria: Planorbidae) from the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico areas, including the southern United States. Malacologia 7(2-3):183-209.
26688 Journal Article Morgan, J.A., R.J. Dejong, S.D. Snyder, G.M. Mkoji, and E.S. Loker. 2001. Schistosoma mansoni and Biomphalaria: past history and future trends. Parasitology 123 Suppl.:S211-S228.
26690 Journal Article Paraense, W.L. 2001. The schistosome vectors in the Americas. Mem. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro 96 Suppl:7-16. http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?pid=S0074-02762001000900002&script=sci_arttext.
29613 Journal Article Pimentel, D. 1957. Life history of Australorbis glabratus, the intermediate snail host of Schistosoma mansoni in Puerto Rico. Ecology 38(4):576-580.
33653 Journal Article Pointer, J.P. and P. David. 2004. Biological control of Biomphalaria glabrata, the intermediate host of schistosomes, by Marisa cornuarietis in ponds of Guadeloupe: long-term impact on the local snail fauna and aquatic flora. Biological Control 29:81-89.
26687 Journal Article Pointier, J.P., P. David, and P. Jarne. 2005. Biological invasions: the case of planorbid snails. Journal of Helminthology 79(3):249-256.
33649 Journal Article Ruiz-Tiben, E., Palmer, J. R., and F. Ferguson. 1969. Biological control of Biomphalaria glabrata by Marisa cornuarietis in irrigation ponds in Puerto Rico. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 41(2):329.
33355 Journal Article Say, T. 1818. Account of two new genera, and several new species, of fresh water and land snails. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 1:276-284.
26689 Book Schmidt, G.D. and L.S. Roberts. 1981. Foundations of Parasitology. 2nd edition. The C.V. Mosby Company, St. Louis, MO.
14528 Journal Article Schneck, J.L., and B. Fried. 2005. Growth of Biomphalaria glabrata (NMRI strain) and Heliosoma trivolis (Colorado strain) under laboratory conditions. American Malacological Bulletin 20(1/2):71-74.
28417 Journal Article Stunkard, H.W. 1946. Possible snail hosts of human schistosomes in the United States. The Journal of Parasitology 32(6):539-552.
28362 Journal Article Theron, A., and C. Coustau. 2005. Are Biomphalaria snails resistant to Schistosoma mansoni? Journal of Helminthology 79(3):187-191. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16153311.



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