Reference List

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

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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.
33511 Journal Article Brooks, C.P. 1953. A comparative study of Schistosoma mansoni in Tropicorbis havanensis and Australorbis glabratus. The Journal of Parasitology 39(2):159-165.
33510 Journal Article Dillon, R.T. Jr. and Dutra-Clarke, A.V.C. 1992. Biomphalaria in South Carolina. Malacological Review 25:129-130.
43024 Database Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). 2021. Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). Biomphalaria havanensis . GBIF. Accessed on 01/19/2021.
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.
33512 Journal Article McQuay Jr, R. M. 1953. Studies on variability in the susceptibility of a North American snail, Tropicorbis havanensis, to infection with the Puerto Rican strain of Schistosoma mansoni. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 47(1):56-61.
29152 Database National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. 2016. NMNH Extant Specimen and Observation Records. National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, US. Created on 10/13/2016. Accessed on 10/28/2016.
31891 Database North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences. 2017. NCSM Mollusks Collection. North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, NC. Created on 03/10/2017. Accessed on 08/22/2018.
33509 Journal Article Rosser, T. G., N.R. Alberson, L.H. Khoo, E.T. Woodyard, D.J. Wise, L.M. Pote, M.J. and Griffin. 2016. Biomphalaria havanensis is a natural first intermediate host for the Trematode Bolbophorus damnificus in commercial catfish production in Mississippi. North American Journal of Aquaculture 78:189-192.
31898 Database University of Texas at El Paso Biodiversity Collections. 2017. UTEP Invertebrates (Arctos). University of Texas at El Paso Biodiversity Collections, El Paso, TX. Created on 09/16/2017. Accessed on 08/22/2018.
28415 Journal Article Vidigal, T.H.D.A., R.L. Caldeira, A.J.G. Simpson, and O.S. Carvalho. 2001. Identification of Biomphalaria havanensis and Biomphalaria obstructa populations from Cuba using Polymerase Chain Reaction and restriction fragment length polymorphism of the ribosomal RNA intergenic spacer. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro 96(5):661-665.
33643 Journal Article Yong, M., A. GutiƩrrez, G. Perera, P. Durand, and J.P. Pointier. 2001. The Biomphalaria havanensis complex (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) in Cuba: a morphological and genetic study. Journal of Molluscan Studies 67(1):103-112.
28374 Journal Article Yost, M., L. Pote, D.J. Wise, B. Dorr, and T. Richardson. 2009. Biomphalaria havanensis identified as a potential intermediate host for the digenetic trematode Bolbophorus damnificus. North American Journal of Aquaculture 71:10-15.


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