Arionidae


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Arionidae

[‚ar·ē′än·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of mollusks in the order Stylommatophora, including some of the pulmonate slugs.
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Testing the efficacy of different substances against Arion slugs (Arionidae) under laboratory conditions.
Longton, "The acceptability of mosses as food for generalist herbivores, slugs in the Arionidae," Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, vol.
(1885) Testacellidae, Oleacinidae, Streptaxidae, Helicoidea, Vitrinidae, Limacidae, Arionidae. Manual of Conchology, 1, 364 pp.
Former subfamilies of the group long known as Arionidae are treated as full families, separating old world arionids from western North American endemics, which are placed in 3 different families.
Single records for other alien invasive species encountered in the past three years were Hedgehog Slug Arion intermedius (Normand) (Arionidae) at Smiggin Holes, N.S.W.
Numerous individuals of the shell-less pulmonates Anion ater (Arionidae), Deroceras sp.
Previously, the pulmonate family Arionidae was regarded as including the subfamilies Arioninae, Anadeninae and the American subfamily Ariolimacinae (Pilsbry 1948).
Urocyclidae Elisolimaxflavescens (Keferstein 1866) (1) Pristilomatidae Vitrea crystallina (Muller 1774) Oxychilidae Oxychilus alliarius (Miller 1822) Milacidae Tandonia budapestensis (Hazay 1881) [= Milax budapestensis] Poligyridae Triodopsis alleni (Wetherby 1883) Helicidae Cantareus aspersus (Muller 1774) [= Helix aspersa] Helix pomatia Linnaeus 1758 Bradybaenidae Bradybaena similaris (Ferussac 1821) Helminthoglyptidae Cepolis streatori (Pilsbry 1889) Monadenia fidelis (Gray 1834) Arionidae Arion hortensis Ferussac 1819 Philomycidae Philomycus carolinianus (Bosc 1802) Scolodontidae Systrophia eatoni Baker 1913 (2) S.
These water contents are similar to those reported by Machin (1975) for Arion ater L., Arionidae (87.5% and 86.3%) and by Prior et al.
Laznik and Trdan (2016) reported that hydrated lime and wood ash could be used to form a barrier and provide some protection of leaf tissue from herbivory by Arion slugs (Gastropoda: Arionidae).
Muller, 1774) (Agrolimacidae); dusky arion, Arion subfuscus (Draparnaud, 1805) (Arionidae); and Carolina mantleslug, Philomycus carolinianus (Bosc, 1802)] were evaluated.