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Dangerous agricultural pests - some terrestrial molluscs


, : Dangerous agricultural pests - some terrestrial molluscs. Plant Quarantine Shanghai 8(1): 37-44

The snails Opeas gracile (a subulinid), Achatina fulica, Bradybaena ravida, B. similaris, B. kiangsinensis and Cathaica fasciola, and the slugs Deroceras agreste and Limax flavus are discussed and described.

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