NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Kelly, P.M., and J.S. Cory. 1987. Operculum closing as a defense against predatory leeches in four British freshwater prosobranch snails. Hydrobiologia 144(2):121-124.
Reference Number: 16682
Type: Journal Article
Author: Kelly, P.M., and J.S. Cory
Date (year): 1987
Article Title:Operculum closing as a defense against predatory leeches in four British freshwater prosobranch snails.
Journal Name: Hydrobiologia
Keywords: Bithynia tentaculata, faucet snail, snail, mollusk, Valvata piscinalis, European valve snail, European stream valvata
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