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An oblong rocksnail (Leptoxis compacta) at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center near Marion, Alabama.

This species hadn’t been seen since the 1930’s and was thought extinct until being rediscovered a few years ago.

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An oblong rocksnail (Leptoxis compacta) at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center near Marion, Alabama.

This species hadn’t been seen since the 1930’s and was thought extinct until being rediscovered a few years ago.

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A bladetooth snail (Patera perigrapta) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

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A white-lip globe snail (Mesodon thyroidus) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

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A white-lip globe snail (Mesodon thyroidus) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

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An endangered spiny river snail (Io fuluviaris) at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia. This species was collected in the Clinch River, VA. This is the largest native snail in the U.S.

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An endangered spiny river snail (Io fuluviaris) at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia. This species was collected in the Clinch River, VA. This is the largest native snail in the U.S.

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A wrinkled marsh snail (Stagnicola caperata) photographed at the North Platte Fish Hatchery, owned/operated by Nebraska Game and Parks.

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A marsh ramshorn (Planorbella trivolvis) photographed at the North Platte Fish Hatchery, owned/operated by Nebraska Game and Parks.

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A wrinkled marsh snail (Stagnicola caperata ) photographed at the North Platte Fish Hatchery, owned/operated by Nebraska Game and Parks.

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A marsh ramshorn (Planorbella trivolvis) photographed at the North Platte Fish Hatchery, owned/operated by Nebraska Game and Parks.

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A true tulip snail (Fasciolaria tulipa) at the Indianapolis Zoo.

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An African land snail (Lissachatina fulica) at Jurong Bird Park, part of Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

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A common bithynia snail (Bithynia tentaculata) at Fluviário de Mora in Mora, Portugal.

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A true tulip snail (Fasciolaria tulipa) at the Indianapolis Zoo.

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A unidentified planorbid snail (Planorbidae sp.) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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A unidentified planorbid snail (Planorbidae sp.) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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A pointed Campeloma snail (Campeloma sp.) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A pointed Campeloma snail (Campeloma sp.) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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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 triton’s trumpet (Charonia variegata) at the Akron Zoo.

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An Atlantic triton’s trumpet (Charonia variegata) at the Akron Zoo.

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An unidentified turban snail (Turbo sp.) at the Akron Zoo.

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An unidentified turban snail (Turbo sp.) at the Akron Zoo.

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A margarite nassa mud snail (Nassarius margaritifer) at the Akron Zoo.

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A margarite nassa mud snail (Nassarius margaritifer) at the Akron Zoo.

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An unidentified olive snail (Olividae sp.) at the Akron Zoo.

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An unidentified olive snail (Olividae sp.) at the Akron Zoo.

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A silver fulu cichlid (Haplochromis argens) at the Akron Zoo. This species is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN list.

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A partula snail (Partula nodosa) at the St. Louis Zoo’s Monsanto Insectarium.

This species is listed as extinct in the wild on the IUCN Red List.

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

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Japanese trap door snail (Bellamya chinensis) from a private collection.

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Japanese trap door snail (Bellamya chinensis) from a private collection.

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