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Chinese pond mussel (Sinanodonta woodiana) from a private collection.

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Chinese pond mussel (Sinanodonta woodiana) from a private collection.

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Assassin snail (Clea helena) at Shrimp Fever, from a private collection.

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Assassin snail (Clea helena) at Shrimp Fever, from a private collection.

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Tire track snail or red nerite snail (Vittina waigiensis) from a private collection.

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Tire track snail or red nerite snail (Vittina waigiensis) from a private collection.

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Zebra nerite snail (Neritina natalensis) from a private collection.

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Zebra nerite snail (Neritina natalensis) from a private collection.

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Horned nerite snail (Clithon corona) from a private collection.

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Horned nerite snail (Clithon corona) from a private collection.

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An unidentified rabbit snail (Tylomelania sp.) orange from a private collection.

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An unidentified rabbit snail (Tylomelania sp.) orange from a private collection.

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White lip globe snail (Mesodon thyroidus) from the side of a house in Milford, Kansas.

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White lip globe snail (Mesodon thyroidus) from the side of a house in Milford, Kansas.

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Smooth pimpleback (Cyclonaias houstonensis) from the Crustacean and Molluskan Ecology Lab at Auburn University.

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Smooth pimpleback (Cyclonaias houstonensis) from the Crustacean and Molluskan Ecology Lab at Auburn University.

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Texas fatmucket (Lampsilis bracteata) from the Crustacean and Molluskan Ecology Lab at Auburn University.

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Texas fatmucket (Lampsilis bracteata) from the Crustacean and Molluskan Ecology Lab at Auburn University.

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Texas pimpleback mussel (Cyclonaias petrina) from the Crustacean and Molluskan Ecology Lab at Auburn University.

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Texas pimpleback mussel (Cyclonaias petrina) from the Crustacean and Molluskan Ecology Lab at Auburn University.

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Texas fawnsfoot (Truncilla macrodon) from the Crustacean and Molluskan Ecology Lab at Auburn University.

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Texas fawnsfoot (Truncilla macrodon) from the Crustacean and Molluskan Ecology Lab at Auburn University.

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Cape Tribulation tree snail (Noctepuna mayana) from the Melbourne Museum

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Cape Tribulation tree snail (Noctepuna mayana) from the Melbourne Museum

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Electric flame scallop (Ctenoides ales) at Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster, Colorado.

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Page springsnails, Pyrgulopsis morrisoni, at the Aquatic Research and Conservation Center.

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Page springsnails (Pyrgulopsis morrisoni) at the Aquatic Research and Conservation Center.

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Lined chiton (Tonicella lineata) at the Trinity Western University.

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Lined chiton (Tonicella lineata) at the Trinity Western University.

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Southern oyster drill (Stramonita haemastoma) at the Dallas Children’s Aquarium.

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Bumblebee snail (Engina mendicaria) at the Dallas Children’s Aquarium.

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Bumblebee snail (Engina mendicaria) at the Dallas Children’s Aquarium.

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Red turban snail (Pomaulax gibberosus) at the Dallas Children’s Aquarium.

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Red turban snail (Pomaulax gibberosus) at the Dallas Children’s Aquarium.

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Red octopus (Octopus rubescens) at Aquarium of the Pacific.

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Red octopus (Octopus rubescens) at Aquarium of the Pacific.

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