Helix aspersa


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Synonyms for Helix aspersa

serious garden pest having a brown shell with paler zigzag markings

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Contribution a l'elevage de l'escargot Petit-gris Helix aspersa Muller.
Field observations on feeding of the land snail Helix aspersa Muller.
1991), Helix pomatia (Hernadi 1994), Helix aspersa (Ierusalimsky & Balaban 2001), Cepaea nemoralis (Dyakonova et al.
Contribution a l'elevage de l'escargot petit-gris: Helix aspersa Muller (Mollusque Gasteropode Pulmone Stylommatophore).
In Helix aspersa, the DB synthetic activity is controlled in an inhibitory manner by cerebral ganglion neurons, which produce a growth hormone (Wijdenes et al.
Helix aspersa is native to Western and Southern Europe and was introduced to Southern California in the mid-19th Century (Potts, 1975).
La principal especie bajo crianza en el pais es Helix aspersa Muller, especie prolifica, fitofaga y con alto indice de conversion alimenticia.
Egg production by Helix aspersa exposed to calcium-poor soil was approximately doubled when calcium carbonate was supplied during the second half of the experimental period (Crowell 1973, Tompa 1984) and they retain 20% of the ingested calcium and some land snails refuse to mate in the laboratory under low calcium conditions (Tompa 1984).
Hoy, al frente de su propia empresa, Caracol Helix de Mexico, fundada ex profeso para la aventura, producen y exportan mensualmente a Espana una tonelada de caracoles Helix aspersa muller, tambien llamados petit gris.
Specimens of the land snail Helix aspersa were caged in five sites in the urban area of Ancona, Italy.
5% for all specimens from both locations is well within the range expected for genetic variation within a single species (Quicke 1993) and compares with similar results in populations of Helix aspersa by Selan der & Kaufman (1975) and Helicina orbiculata by Strenth & Littleton (2000).
The researchers took extracts of the glands that make the mucus in Helix aspersa and applied them to the female genitalia of the hermaphroditic snails.
Right now, he's got a thousand or so head of Helix aspersa - European brown garden snails.
The two snails most commonly found at the end of a fork are Helix pomatia and Helix aspersa.
The length of hibernation affects temperature-induced (25[degrees] C) spermatogenic multiplication in Helix aspersa Mull.