Fecundity as a basis for risk assessment of nonindigenous freshwater molluscs. 403-411. Haridi AAM; Jobin WR, 1985. Oliver-Gonzales J, Bauman PM, Benenson AS, 1956. Marisa cornuarietis, common name the Colombian ramshorn apple snail, is a species of large freshwater snail with an operculum, an aquatic gastropod mollusc in the family Ampullariidae, the apple snail family. Agudo-Padrón AI, 2009. Impact of invasive apple snails on the functioning and services of natural and managed wetlands. In North America, population densities were found to fluctuate greatly between years (Howells et al., 2006). Revista de Biología Tropical, 41(3):653-655. Some authors have found that reproduction occurs throughout the year, while others have found marked seasonality in the reproductive cycle, with a two-month spawning season starting at the end of the calendar year. Natural abatement of schistosomiasis mansoni in St. Kitts, British West Indies. Estimated risks and benefits from introducing Marisa cornuarietis into the Sudan. Has spread to other river systems. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 22:278-284. Demian ES; Luffy RG, 1964. J. Florida Acad. Marisa cornuartietis (giant ramshorn snail). A further pathway for spread is the aquatic plants trade to pond gardening, with snails and their eggs accidentally distributed along with their host plants. Evidently in decline (Howells et al., 2006), Cowie and Thiengo (2003) conclude that records for south of the Amazon basin by Ihering (1919) to be incorrect. Neck (1984) suggested that the San Marcos River introduction of Marisa cornuarietis may compete with Balcones elimia, (Elimia comalensis) populations. Bio-West Inc, 2005. Mollusk predation by snail kites in Colombia. Due to their large size adult M. cornuarietis snails do not present difficulties for detection, although they may be confused with the great ramshorn snail (Planorbarius corneus). Morrison WE; Hay ME, 2011. Peebles CR; Oliver-Gonzalez J; Ferguson FF, 1972. Giant ramshorn is Marisa cornuarietis, most apple snails people reference is Pomacea. Acta Tropica, 39(1):85-90. Ferguson F F, Richards C S, Sebastian S T, Buchanan I C, 1960. This snail’s competitive ability has been utilized in biocontrol in Puerto Rico and Guadeloupe for Biomphalaria glabrata, an intermediate snail host for the trematode Schistosoma mansoni (Oliver-Gonzalez et al. M. cornuarietis productivity is dependent on adequate calcium concentrations in the water (Dillon, 2000). Due to the variable regulations around (de)registration of pesticides, your national list of registered pesticides or relevant authority should be consulted to determine which products are legally allowed for use in your country when considering chemical control. Ferguson. Lutfy. (Las especies de Ampullaria en la República Argentina y la historia del Río de la Plata). Greece: 77-78. Accessed on 09/06/2019. Grantham, O.K., Moorhead, D.L., and M.R. DOI:10.1016/S1049-9644(03)00137-3, Pointier J P, Jourdane J, 2000. This diet, coupled with their large body mass, high reproductive output and often high densities mean these snails can effect rapid changes in macrophyte community structure, with consequent perturbations of nutrient balance, turbidity and trophic structure of water bodies (Horgan et al., 2014). Elimination of Biomphalaria pfeifferi, Bulinus tropicus and Lymnaea natalensis by the ampullarid snail, Marisa cornuarietis, in a man-made dam in northern Tanzania. Volume II. Nasir P; Hamana SLJ; Dfaz MT, 1969. First European record of the giant ramshorn snail Marisa cornuarietis (Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda: Ampullariidae) from northern Spain. Southwestern Naturalist 55(1):115-117. http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.1894/JS-26.1. Therefore Cowie and Thiengo (2003) considered Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina as being not part of this species' native distribution. Fresh-water biology, 2nd Edition. Ecotoxicology 4(6): 372-384. Acta Tropica 39(1):85-90. Roll U; Dayan T; Simberloff D; Mienis HK, 2009. Volume II. 1984. DOI:10.1590/S0074-02762001000900009, Pointier J P, Augustin D, 1999. Biologist 53:136-152. Benson, A.J., Daniel, W.M., and Morningstar, C.R. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. They really clean up my tank well. Colombian Giant Ramshorn snails lay their eggs below water, usually on hard-leaved plants. Oliver-Gonzales J; Bauman PM; Benenson AS, 1956. These are very beautiful snails the first few pics are of some of the babies for sale and the last few are of the adults They are not recommended for planted tanks they will eat live plants . Biological methods for the control of freshwater snails. There is clear evidence that apple snails, including M. cornuarietis, are involved as intermediate hosts of trematode parasites and may therefore spread the parasite onto native species (Nasir et al., 1968; Nasir et al., 1969; Mattos et al., 2013; Pinto et al., 2015). Vargas M, Gomez J, Perera G, 1991. In subsequent experiments M.cornuarietis was recorded feeding on Ceratophyllumdemersum (macrophytes coontail), Najas guadalupensis (southern naiad), Potamogeton illinoensis (Illinois pondweed), Salvinia minima (salvinia) and the invasive species Hydrilla verticillata and Alternanthera philoxeroides (alligatorweed). The great-tailed grackle, Quiscalus mexicanus, is a snail-eating bird common throughout the Americas. 77 (1), 51-59. I know generally the ramshorn snails are both sexes (asexual), though the columbian ones are different genders. Bowler PA, Frest TJ, 1992. DOI:10.1016/S0764-4469(99)00108-0, Pointier J P, David P, 2004. Competition between Biomaphalaria glabrata (Say) and Marisa cornuarietis (L.): feeding niches. The Nautilus, 98:119-120. I bought two "Large Ramshorn Snails" today. Introduction of Marisa into Florida. 1964. In: American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 5 290-296. Journal of North American Benthological Society 12(4):431-437. Effect of the snail Marisa cornuarietus on Australorbis glabratus in natural bodies of water in Puerto Rico. Occurrence of the striped ram's horn snail, Marisa cornuarietis, in central Texas (Ampullariidae). https://sta.uwi.edu/fst/lifesciences/documents/Marisa_cornuarietis.pdf. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Control of aquatic weeds by the snail, Stryker GA; Koech DK; Loker ES, 1991. The Nonindigenous Occurrences section of the NAS species profiles has a new structure. Apple snails. A comprehensive approach to the prevention and control of water-associated diseases in irrigated schemes of the Sudan.]. (Catalogo preliminar de la malacofauna del Paraguay.) Frandsen F; 1987, publ. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 59(3):337-339. In recognition of the potential adverse effects on commercial crops, native vegetation and natural ecosystems of high conservation and ecosystem service values, a number of countries and states have imposed restrictions of importation, possession and movement of some or all species of the family Ampullariidae. Nasir P; Díaz MT; Guevara DLDE, 1968. Demonstrated control of Australorbis glabatus by Marisa cornuarietis under field conditions in Puerto Rico. The Marisa Cornuarietis has a beautiful, large shell measuring about 50 mm wide and with 3.5-4 whorls. For example, adventive M. cornuarietis populations in the southern USA exhibit high annual variations in density (Howells et al., 2006), with adverse effects on macrophytes when the population density becomes high (Horne et al., 1992; Howells et al., 2006). Parasitology Today. Burks. Estimated risks and benefits from introducing, Hofkin BV; Stryker GA; Koech DK; Loker ES, 1991. Snout, tentacles and dorsal aspects of foot and tail mottled grey to black. M. cornuarietis is similar in appearance to the closely related M. planogyra. In: Invasive species threats in the Caribbean region. Part XIX. (Moluscos dulceacuícolas de Costa Rica: introducción y lista preliminar.) Acta Tropica. M. cornuarietis was introduced into some areas for control of pulmonate snails (principally in families Planorbidae, Physidae and Lymnaeidae) that function as intermediate hosts of trematode parasites affecting humans and/or their livestock (Demian and Luffy, 1964; Msangi and Kihauli, 1972; Jobin et al., 1973; Nguma et al., 1982; Pointier et al., 1991; Pointier, 1999; Pointier and David, 2004; Pointier and Jourdane, 2000). Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 3:69-72. Nonetheless, within this range there has been some variance among authors as to what constitutes native and introduced. The information has not received final approval by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and is provided on the condition that neither the USGS nor the U.S. Government shall be held liable for any damages resulting from the authorized or unauthorized use of the information. In: Parasitoses of Man and Animals in Africa, [ed. The giant ramshorn snail or Colombian ramshorn snail is found as either yellow/brown striped or solid yellow colours (Figs 1, 2). This diet, coupled with their large body mass, high reproductive output and often high densities mean these snails can effect rapid changes in macrophyte community structure, with consequent perturbations of nutrient balance, turbidity and trophic structure of water bodies. Predatory activity of, https://sta.uwi.edu/fst/lifesciences/documents/Marisa_cornuarietis.pdf, Ferrer Lopez JR; Moné H; Perera de Puga G; Cong MY, 1991. Molluscs as crop pests, 145-192. 13 MixedColor Ramshorn Snails+100 Duckweek. Pointier JP; Théron A; Imbert-Establet D; Borel G, 1991. Frest TJ; Bowler PA, 1992. ENV/JM/MONO(2010) 9. Bowler PA; Frest TJ, 1992. Studies on the fauna of Suriname and other Guyanas, 1(3):41-48. 2018. This variation has raised the possibility of cryptic species within what has been commonly considered M. cornuarietis (OECD 2010) or that the reproductive cycle is conditional on the environmental setting. Shell: dextrally coiled. Geographic expansion of Marisa cornuarietis and Tarebia granifera in the Dominican Republic. https://www.niwa.co.nz/our-science/aquatic-biodiversity-and-biosecurity/our-services/aquaticplants/outreach/weedman/control, NatureServe, 2015. Introduced non-native fishes and shellfishes in Texas waters: an updated list and discussion. A contribution to the knowledge of land and freshwater Mollusca of Grenada (Lesser Antilles). Growth of Biomphalaria glabrata populations in the presence of the ampullariid snails Pila ovata, Lanistes carinatus and Marisa cornuarietis.. Acta Tropica, 49(2):137-147. Cazzaniga NJ; Estebenet AL, 1984. Endemic Freshwater molluscs of Cuba and their conservation status. http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1471-2148-7-97.pdf. Demian ES; Kamel EG, 1973. It is unclear from the current literature if individuals contribute to more than one generation in the field. Listing demands that procedures are in place to prevent introduction and establishment in Spain and its European territories. M. cornuarietis has a broad host range. Fimia Duarte R; Vázquez Perera AA; Rodríguez YL; Cepero Rodríguez O; Pereira Marin CA, 2010. Sebastian, eds. Effect of the snail Marisa cornuarietis on Australorbis glabratus in natural bodies of water in Puerto Rico. 207-217. Control of aquatic weeds by the snail Marisa cornuarietis. Visaya, April:1-13. Ferguson FF; Palmer JR, 1958. Historia Natural, 22:213-224. Oxygen consumption and haemocyanin function in the freshwater snail Marisa cornuarietis (L). The species is also widely used as model organism in scientific laboratories and in education due to its wide availability through the aquaria trade and ease of culture. The first introductions into the U.S. were probably as a result of releases by aquarium hobbyists (Neck 1984, Horne et al. Boletin de la Asociación Médica de Puerto Rica, 76(4):157-160. I have heard of both giant and columbian ones. and W.A. Possible mechanisms of the decoy effect in, Demian ES; Lutfy RG, 1965. Foot sole broadly-rounded anteriorly, bluntly-pointed posteriorly; uniformly pale. The lack of invasiveness in these latter countries may indicate its native status there. The United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA-APHIS), implemented regulations in 2006 to require importers and inter-state sellers of marine and freshwater aquatic snails to obtain a three-year permit; prohibit the importation or interstate movement of all members of the Family Ampullariidae (excluding Pomacea bridgesi, P. diffusa and Asolene spixi) and require routine inspection of shipments of aquatic plants and aquarium supplies that may contain aquatic snails. This species has established outside of its native range in several Caribbean nations, southern USA, Africa and Spain. In: The Nautilus, 98 119-120. In: A handbook of global freshwater invasive species [ed. Madsen (1990) concluded that “although there is evidence that some snail species may effectively compete with schistosome vector species under certain circumstances, there are limitations to their use, since their habitat preferences may only partially overlap with those of the intermediate hosts.” The use of M. cornuarietis for biocontrol has not been fully established and is no longer encouraged. Two new species of gymnocephalic cercariae from Venezuela. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 119: 1038–1048. Predatory Activity of Marisa cornuarietis against Biomphalaria alexandrina under Laboratory Conditions. NatureServe Explorer: An online encyclopedia of life (Version 7.1). 39 (1), 85-90. The identity, distribution, and impacts of non-native apple snails in the continental United States. by Anderson, C. \Kilama, W. L.]. M.cornuarietis superficially resembles Planorbarius corneus because of the planispiral coiling of the shell. (Malacofauna fluviátil con importancia médica en el municipio Yaguajay, Sancti Spíritus.) In: Survey report May 1-14 2009, Grenada, Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries, public Utilities and Energy, and Société d'Histoire Naturelle l'Herminier. Gutiérrez A; Perera G; Yong M; Fernandez JA, 1997. The apple snails of the Americas (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Ampullariidae: Asolene, Felipponea, Marisa, Pomacea, Pomella): a nomenclatural and type catalog. Weeds. Collection Parthénope. Juveniles globose. In: Limnetica, 33 (1) 65-72. Report to the Nature Conservancy. Pointier JP; Jourdane J, 2000. Simone LRL, 2006. Report to the Nature Conservancy. Hunt BP, 1958. Kairo M, Ali B, Cheesman O, Haysom K, Murphy S, 2003. https://sta.uwi.edu/fst/lifesciences/documents/Marisa_cornuarietis.pdf. Nonetheless, Quintana (1982) document specimen records from the Alto Paraguay region (as M. chiquitensis) and Simone (2006) records the species from Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay. Demian E S, Kamel E G, 1973. In the Australian state of New South Wales, Condition 47 of the Plant Quarantine Manual (NSW Department of Primary Industries, 2016) states “Any snail of the family Ampullariidae (Pilidae), including the golden apple snail (Pomacea canaliculata) are prohibited entry into the Rice Pest and Disease Exclusion Zone (RPDEZ).”. Studies on freshwater larval trematodes. 94 pp. Rawlings TA; Hayes KA; Cowie RH; Collins TM, 2007. CABI is a registered EU trademark. Revista del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Natureles "Bernardino Rivadivia" e Instituto Nacion de Investigacion de las Ciencias Natureles, Zoologia, 11(3):61-158. Geographic expansion of Marisa cornuarietis and Tarebia granifera in the Dominican Republic. Estimated risks and benefits from introducing Marisa cornuarietis into the Sudan. Arias A, Torralba-Burrial A, 2014. Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Nature and National Parks Protection Authority, 54 pp. The eggs are laid on the surface of objects under the water (Robins 1971, OGATT 2018). Dundee DS, 1974. Compendium record. Biological control and invading freshwater snails. Although resistant to infection with Schistosoma species, M. cornuarietis may serve as a decoy for schistosome miracidia which are attached but fail to penetrate (Combes and Moné, 1987). Eradication of M. cornuarietis is theoretically possible by application of molluscicides over several years. Invertebrate Biology, 125(1):9-20. http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/servlet/useragent?func=showIssues&code=ivb. 1 (3), 244-247. At their tender age, they have transparent shells and are almost 0.25 inches long. 93-97. M. cornuarietis has been reported to predate on conspecific eggs (Demian and Lufty, 1965a), but Michelson and Augustine (1957) and Seaman and Porterfield (1964) indicated that adult Marisa do not destroy their own eggs or young. Control of schistosomiasis by use of biological control of snail hosts with special reference to competition. Nonetheless, there have been few studies that examine the impact of habitat perturbations by M. cornuarietis on native species. Detailed review paper (DRP) on mollusc life-cycle toxicity testing. by Davis G M]. The identity, distribution, and impacts of non-native apple snails in the continental United States. [English title not available]. 1958. Nonetheless, M. cornuarietis is anoxia intolerant, surviving only brief periods without adequate oxygen supply (von Brand et al., 1950). [English title not available]. Columbian / Giant Ramshorn snail (Marisa Cornuarietis) Marisa Cornuarietis. The reduction in submerged aquatic macrophytes was considered a factor in reducing population densities of pulmonate snails that are depend on macrophytes for food, cover and oviposition sites. Pointier J-P, Yong M, Gutirrez A, 2005. In: Sterkiana, 55 1-37. 12 (2), 87-92. Whether a Ramshorn Snail is considered a pet or pest depends on each i… The spawn of both species are similar, but embryos of P. corneus are reddish. Within its introduced range, M. cornuarietis can achieve densities in the order of 50-175 per m2 (Haridi et al., 1985; Vargas et al., 1991). There have been very few studies of the natural enemies of M. cornuarietis. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. They are very peaceful but will eat copious amount of plant matter, preying on anything “green” that they can find in the tank. See more ideas about snail, aquascape, giants. USGS NAS, 2016. This trematode is one of the main schistosomes that infect humans. The presence of bands on the shell is under the control of a single locus gene, with the band-less condition being recessive (Dillon, 2003). Ferguson FF; Richards CS; Sebastian ST; Buchanan IC, 1960. 11 (8), 1963-1972. http://www.springerlink.com/content/77868kh054164441/fulltext.html DOI:10.1007/s10530-008-9373-4. [International Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria (9th), Athens, 14-21 October, 1973. Occurrence of the striped ram's horn snail, Marisa cornuarietis, in central Texas (Ampullariidae). Appleton CC; Miranda NAF, 2015. The effects on macrophyte community structure can, however, be expected to be density dependent (Jobin, 1970; Jobin et al., 1973; Nguma et al., 1982; Frandsen 1987; Pointier et al., 1991; Pointier, 1999; Pointier and David, 2004). In the wild red inhabit all over the world. Cowie RH; Hayes KA, 2012. Ng TingHui; Tan SiongKat; Wong WingHing; Meier R; Chan SowYan; Tan HeokHui; Yeo DCJ, 2016. Abstracts of communications. DOI:10.2307/2403751. Ihering Hvon, 1919. Jobin W R, Brown R A, Velez S P, Ferguson F F, 1977. USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. 1961, Ruiz-Tiben et al. The Nautilus 72(2):53-55. Mortality was 100% after 8 h at 8°C. A Ramshorn Snail is a common freshwater aquarium snail available these days. Freshwater malacofauna of medical importance located in Yaguajay municipality, Sancti Spíritus province. Ramshorn snails do exist in different sizes. Proceeding of the Southern Weed Conference, 19. The respiratory responses of an amphibious snail Pomacea lineata (Spix, 1827), to temperature and oxygen tension variations. 1993. This information is preliminary or provisional and is subject to revision. Tail region moderately long, dorsally carrying an operculum. Nevertheless, M. cornuarietis is still traded widely as an aquarium pet. Invasive species threats in the Caribbean region. These effects are likely most adverse in freshwater ecosystems where the native invertebrate food webs were primarily dominated by detritivores and thus where herbivorous macro-invertebrates were naturally uncommon. They are actually a species of Apple snail, quite easy to spot the difference as these have two pairs of tentacles (Ramshorn only have one pair of tentacles) and will grow large. The Giant Ramshorn snail has a large shell with a maximum size of 35 to 50 mm in diameter, or about 2 inches. For queries involving fish, please contact Matthew Neilson. Quite often such waters are full of rotting plants which give the snails shelter and food. However, use of M. cornuarietis for such purposes is no longer promoted in recognition of the species’ adverse environmental impacts. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status inferred from regional distribution. Adult mass about 500-650 mg. With a weak sexual dimorphism, shell of males tending smaller, thicker and with more rounded aperture. Nature in Singapore, 7:31-47. It was found to be a predator of M. cornuarietis in Florida (Seaman and Porterfield, 1964). Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 211-215. Giant Ramshorn snails, Marisa cornuarietis, young ones about the size of a quarter for $1 each porch pick up in 18067. Species: Snail. 73-112. From August 2013, all species of Ampullariidae have been included in the Spanish legislation (Royal Decree 630/2013) as invasive species and listed in the Catálogo Español de Especies Exóticas Invasoras. ], 41 (2) [ed. Ihering Hvon, 1919. The freshwater snails of Florida: a manual for identification. Bursa copulatrix functions as site for receival of sperms of the male and from which any defect sperm cells that aren't able to migrate to the receptaculum seminis, are absorbed. Role of Marisa cornuarietis as a biological control agent and its economic and epidemiological implications. The may however be confused with the eggs of pulmonate snails of families Physidae, Planorbidae and Lymnaeidae. In: Global advances in ecology and management of golden apple snails. At high temperatures and high abundance of food, the life cycle is short (less than three months) and reproduction occurs throughout the year (OGATT 2018). Robins, C.H. In: The Southwestern Naturalist, 37 (2) 194-214. Estimates of the longevity of M. cornuarietis indicate three years (Cowie, 2002). Effects of Marisa cornuarietis on populations of B. glabrata in farm ponds in Puerto Rico. London, UK: Taylor & Francis Ltd. x + 608 pp. 7 (97), (26 June 2007). Proceedings of the Egytian Academy of Science, 25:37-60. This legally prohibits possession, culture, sale and transport of this species. Jobin WR; Brown RA; Velez SP; Ferguson FF, 1977. Thesis., Coral Gables, Florida, USA: University of Miami. Seaman, D.E. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http://browsehappy.com/. Invertebrate Biology, 125(2):106-116. Non-indigenous land and freshwater gastropods in Israel. Natural spread of M. cornuarietis in lotic systems has been reported by rafting downstream on floating macrophytes (Robins, 1971). Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical. Non-indigenous land and freshwater gastropods in Israel. Apple snails are not a species. Marisa cornuarietis reproduce sexually, with females being able to store sperm for months (OGATT 2018). Florida and Puerto Rico have stocked this snail for biocontrol of weeds and pulmonate snails (Radke et al. Proceedings of the Egypt Academy of Science, 18:46-50. An intolerance of low temperatures has been considered a likely major factor in restricting establishment of M. cornuarietis in North America to thermally stable headwater springs, heated power plant reservoirs, or southern latitudes (Howells et al., 2006). [English title not available]. The Biologist, 53:136-152. Land and freshwater molluscs of Brazil: an illustrated inventory on the Brazilian Malacolofauna, including neighbour regions of the South America, respect to the terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems., Brazil: Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo, 390 pp. Howells R G, 2005. [English title not available]. and L.S. The name Rams Horn or Ramshorn Snail is used in two different ways, in the Aquarium trade it refers to a collection of freshwater snails. 121. Parasitology Today, 6(7):237-241. Bio-West, Inc. Pflugerville, Texas, USA: Bio-West Inc. Bonner TH; McDonald DL, 2005. In: Introduced non-native fishes and shellfishes in Texas waters: an updated list and discussion, unpaginated. Snyder N F R, Kale H W, II, 1983. Feeding preference of an aquatic gastropod, Marisa cornuarietis: effects of pre-exposure. [ed. Los Baños, Philippines: Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice). The family Ampullariidae (Gastropoda: Caenogastropoda: Ampullarioidea). Gainsville, Florida, USA: University of Florida Press. In addition to this, Zizania texana (Texas wild rice), confined to the upper San Marcos River, is threatened by the loss and degradation of its habitat (NatureServe, 2015). The primary interest has been on control of pulmonate snails involved in transmission of Schistosoma trematodes that cause schistomiasis in humans, but several studies have examined control of Lymnaeidae as intermediate hosts of Fasciola hepatica, the liver fluke parasite of ungulates. Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences. M. cornuarietis is omnivorous, though predominantly a generalist herbivore. by Garcia, N. \Cuttelod, A. Females are able to store sperm in the genital tract for months after copulation, enabling spawning to be delayed if necessary to coincide with return of favourable environmental conditions. Biological Bulletin, 98(3):266-276. Thesis. Prospects of the use of Marisa cornuarietis in the biological control of Lymnaea caillaudi in the UAR. 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