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  • Hardy's Internet Guide to Marine Gastropods - A virtual encyclopedia of sea snails. The catalog is organized taxonomically, and contains pictures, common and scientific names, and basic taxonomic information for a large number of species.
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  • Class Gastropoda - Overview of gastropod classification from the Animal Diversity Web.
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  • Eurasia Shells - Large collection of gastropod specimen images (over 900 species) from the Philippines, rarely represented in the literature.
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  • Freshwater Snails Of Florida - Contains an online version of The Freshwater Snails of Florida, a manual for identification, prepared by Fred G. Thompson.
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  • Gastropod Larva - Photomicrograph of a developing larva with a transparent shell.
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  • Gastropoda - Information from Wikipedia on these univalve snails, including their distribution, habitat, description, geological history and complex classification.
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  • Gastropods - Information on gastropods from an aquarist's viewpoint. Includes pages on specific orders of gastropods, as well as a general gastropod FAQ.
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  • Late Pleistocene Mollusks from the Dolomite Site, Owens Lake, Playa, California - Research study by Peter A. Koehler. [PDF]
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  • Living Fossils of the Deep - Expedition to the deep sea of The Bahamas to explore the world of slitsnails. From the Smithsonian Institutes National Museum of Natural History.
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  • Marine Snails and Pteropods - Photographic study by Jean-Marie Cavanihac of these marine organisms, with photographs of a typical rasping radula and some animated sequences.
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  • NMITA Gastropod Taxonomic List - The list provides a current systematic framework and summary of the taxonomic diversity of Panama Paleontology Project (PPP) mollusc collections collected, curated and identified from project inception till October 2000.
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  • Rockers and Wallers - A look at the attractive smaller landshells that live on walls and in rocky habitats, with photographs of many species found in Austria.
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