Fulica


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fulica was introduced to Miami when a boy brought 3 back with him after vacationing in Hawaii and released them outside his home.
fulica did not belong to the Brazilian wildfauna and therefore representing an exotic invasive species harmful to native wild species, the environment, agriculture and public health (IBAMA, 2005).
A presenca dos caramujos africanos [Achatina fulica (Bowdich, 1822)] em praticamente todos os municipios das mesorregioes norte e noroeste fluminense potencializam essas questoes, uma vez que, sua concha pode servir como criadouro para os mosquitos vetores e sao hospedeiros intermediarios de parasitoses de interesse medico veterinario e de saude publica.
cantonensis (104 larvas L3 por roedor), obtenidos a partir de la digestion de caracoles Achatina fulica infectados de la localidad La Troncal, Ecuador.
The total number remains low; However, a high species richness reflects a domination of certain species including the populations of Rallidae (the Coot Fulica atra) overwintering.
Besides these species, other groups of animals were recently recorded in the region, such as the gastropod Achatina fulica Bowdich, 1822, the primate Callithrix penicillata (Geoffroy, 1812) (Barbosa et al.
Histopathology of liver and kidneys of wild living Mallards Anas platyrhynchos and Coots Fulica atra with considerable concentrations of lead and cadmium.
aspersa pedal ganglion, and Croll (1988) diagrams 10 nerves on the ventral side of the pedal ganglia of the terrestrial pulmonate snail Achatina fulica.
39 Conulinus rufoniger x x (Reeve, 1849) 40 Rachis ambongoensis x x Fischer-Piette, 1964 Achatinidae 41 Achatina fulica Bowdich, x x 1822 (alien) 42 Achatina immaculata x x Lamarck, 1822 (alien) Subulinidae 43 Subulina mamillata x x (Craven, 1880) 44 Ischnoglessula sp.
9 [micro]moles/g wet weight) in extracts of cerebral ganglia of the adult common garden snail Helix aspersa, and in later investigations, GABA was also shown to be present in cerebral ganglia extracts of the East African land snail Achatina fulica (Takeuchi et al.
In the terrestrial snail Achatina fulica, degree of aggregation is related to the snails' ages, genetic relationships, and time of day (Chase et al.
In a similar manner, Eurasian Coot Fulica atra has colonised Al Wathba in recent years and now breeds there annually (pers obs.
Dick's lifelong passion for the study of birds is perhaps best exemplified by his thoughts on his first publication on the migration of the Eurasian coot Fulica atra in relation to Britain (Brown, 1955) as a second-year undergraduate and what followed: "SEABIRDS?
Structural and cuantitative aspects of the ovary of the Fulica armillata (Aves: Rallidae)