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British slugs

(pulmonata;testacellidae, arionidae, limacidae)

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        StatementBritish Museum
        PublishersBritish Museum
        LC Classifications1960
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 92 p. :
        Number of Pages99
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        2Bulletins -- Vol.6, No.3.

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Our guide to slugs and snails explains how these small gastropods play a vital role in the ecosystem, plus British slugs to identify common species and to protect your plants in a wildlife-friendly way. British slugs it prefers rotting plant matter to living plants, it is not a pest in the garden.

Guide to British slugs and snails: how to identify common species

Several species of nematodes are known to parasitise slugs. snails whose shells are too small for them to retract fully into and slugs. The name "slug" was coined before 1900 by British physicistbut it did not see any significant use until decades later. Vinegar is the perfect ingredient to remove slug slime and to include in slug sprays. With many examples among,andvertebrates can occasionally feed on, or be specialised predators of slugs.

It is commonly found in gardens, under bricks or rubbish. Moreover, in other cases, whole mushrooms can be eaten, without any selection or bias towards stages. Taxonomy [ ] Of the six orders oftwo — the and — solely comprise slugs. Keel Some species of slugs, for examplehave a prominent ridge running over their back along the middle of the British slugs sometimes along the whole tail, sometimes only the final part. Predators [ ] Slugs are preyed upon by myriad and.

Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: CABI Publishing. The "slime trail" a slug leaves behind has some secondary effects: other slugs coming across a slime trail can recognise the slime trail as produced by one of the same species, British slugs is useful in finding a mate.