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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 lightfoot snail (Lithopoma tectum) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden.

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A lightfoot snail (Lithopoma tectum) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden.

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Two riffle elimia (Elimia clara) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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Two riffle elimia (Elimia clara) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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A compact elimia (Elimia showalteri) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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A compact elimia (Elimia showalteri) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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Two round rocksnail (Leptoxis ampla) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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Three Cahaba hornsnail (Pleurocera conradi) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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A Cahaba hornsnail (Pleurocera conradi) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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A round rocksnail (Leptoxis ampla) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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An ample elimia (Elimia ampla) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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An ample elimia (Elimia ampla) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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An ample elimia (Elimia ampla) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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A critically endangered oblong rocksnail (Leptoxis compacta) 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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A spindle elima (Elimia capillaris) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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

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A spindle elima (Elimia capillaris) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A critically endangered teardrop elimia (Elimia lachryma) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.
As of 2000, the species was considered extinct by the IUCN. It was rediscovered in the wild in 2005, but is still considered critically imperiled

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An olive nerite snail (Neritina reclivata) at Conservation Fisheries in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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An unidentified snail at Conservation Fisheries in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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Olive nerite snails (Neritina reclivata) at Conservation Fisheries in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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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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Pink and purple striped barnacles (Balanus amphitrite) with sea mat (Biflustra tenius) in the middle at Gulf Specimen in Panacea, Florida.

Also crawling on it are lunar dove snails (Astyris lunata).

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Pink and purple striped barnacles (Balanus amphitrite) with sea mat (Biflustra tenius) in the middle at Gulf Specimen in Panacea, Florida.

Lunar dove snails (Astyris lunata) are also present on these barnacles.

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A land snail (Helicophantha iroborae) photographed at Zoo Plzen. This animal was originally from from Madagascar.

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A land snail (Helicophantha iroborae) photographed at Zoo Plzen. This animal was originally from from Madagascar.

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A yellow periwinkle (Littorina obtusata) at the Maine State Aquarium in West Boothbay, ME.

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A yellow periwinkle (Littorina obtusata) at the Maine State Aquarium in West Boothbay, ME.

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A northern moon snail (Euspira heros) at the Maine State Aquarium in West Boothbay, ME.

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A northern moon snail (Euspira heros) at the Maine State Aquarium in West Boothbay, ME.

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Four different species of forest snails at the University of the Philippines.

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Four different species of forest snails at the University of the Philippines.

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