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A chestnut cowrie (Neobernaya spadicea) at SeaWorld San Diego.

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A chestnut cowrie (Neobernaya spadicea) at SeaWorld San Diego.

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A Florida horse conch (Triplofusus giganteus) at SeaWorld San Diego.

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A land snail (Cornu aspersum) at the Butterfly Pavilion.

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A land snail (Cornu aspersum) at the Butterfly Pavilion.

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A black sea hare (Aplysia vaccaria) at the Butterfly Pavilion.

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A wavy turban snail (Megastraea undosa) at the Butterfly Pavilion.

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A wavy turban snail (Megastraea undosa) at the Butterfly Pavilion.

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A tadpole physa (Physa gyrina) at Cedar Point Biological Station.

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A tadpole physa (Physa gyrina) at Cedar Point Biological Station.

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A coldwater elima (Elimia modesta) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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A coldwater elima (Elimia modesta) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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An assassin snail (Clea helena) at Safari Park Dvur Kralove. As do many freshwater gastropods, they’ll commonly lay eggs on one another’s shells. Particularly if the area where they live is dominated by soft sediments such as sand and silt.

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An assassin snail (Clea helena) at Safari Park Dvur Kralove. As do many freshwater gastropods, they’ll commonly lay eggs on one another’s shells. Particularly if the area where they live is dominated by soft sediments such as sand and silt.

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Two nerite snails (Neritina semiconica) at Safari Park Dvur Kralove.

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Two tiger nerite snails (Neritina gagates) at Safari Park Dvur Kralove.

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A Florida applesnail (Pomacea paludosa) at Gulf Specimen Aquarium in Panacea, FL. This species is in decline due to being out-competed by introduced, invasive snails from other countries.

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A Florida applesnail (Pomacea paludosa) at Gulf Specimen Aquarium in Panacea, FL. This species is in decline due to being out-competed by introduced, invasive snails from other countries.

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Several eggs of the Florida applesnail (Pomacea paludosa) at Gulf Specimen Aquarium in Panacea, FL. This species is in decline due to being out-competed by introduced, invasive snails from other countries.

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Several eggs of the Florida applesnail (Pomacea paludosa) at Gulf Specimen Aquarium in Panacea, FL. This species is in decline due to being out-competed by introduced, invasive snails from other countries.

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An Atlantic brief squid (Lolliguncula brevis) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium with a parasitic isopod (Cymothoa sp.) on his back.

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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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A rabbit snail (Tylomelania gemmifera) orange from a private collection.

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A rabbit snail (Tylomelania gemmifera) 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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