Gastropods are typically generalists, but Lissachatina fulica
(Bowdich 1822) (Gastropoda: Stylommatophora: Achatinidae), also known as the giant African land snail, is a generalist herbivore with documented consumption of over 158 plant species and 152 plant genera, including both food and ornamental plants (Lange 1950; Sturgeon 1971; Rao & Singh 2002; Raut & Barker 2002).
Angiostrongylus cantonensis in the vector snails Pomacea canaliculata and Achatina fulica
in China: a meta-analysis.
is dependent on plant community composition and varies according to quality and quantity.
The land snail Achatina fulica
(Ferussac, 1821), known as Giant African Snail (GAS), is native to the Central Northeast coast of Africa and is found on all continents (Prasad, Singh, Senani, & Medhi, 2004; Mata & Mata, 2012; Almeida, 2016).
Redhead Ay thy a americana Ring-necked Duck Aythya collaris Canvasback Aythya valisineria Lesser Scaup Aythya afpnis Bufflehead Bucephala albeola Ruddy Duck Oxyura jamaicensis Eared Grebe Podiceps nigricollis Clark's Grebe Aechmophorus clarkii Double-crested Cormorant Phalacrocorax auritus American White Pelican Pelecanus erythrarhynchos Great Blue Heron Ardea herodias Cattle Egret Bubulcus ibis White-faced Ibis Plegadis chihi American Coot Fulica
americana Sandhill Crane Grus canadensis Killdeer Charadrius vociferans Semipalmated Plover Charadrius semipalmatus Black-necked Stilt Himantopus mexicanus American Avocet Recurvirostra americana Solitary Sandpiper Tringa solitaria Spotted Sandpiper Actitis mandarins Long-billed Curlew Numenius americanus Generic sandpiper Calidris sp.
It has been reported that the coracoid minor artery alone stemmed from the axillary artery in the order Coliiformes (Glenny, 1944) as well as in the Fulica
americana (American coot) (Glenny, 1947), whereas the coracoid minor artery, together with the coracoid major artery, stemmed from the axillary artery in the Anthropoides paradisea (blue crane) (Fisher, 1955).
7 Medidas de controle de Achatina fulica
Anser albifrons and Fulica
atra), woodcock (Scolopax rusticola), skylark (Alauda arvensis) and meadow pipit (Anthus pratensis), representative species of wetland, woodland and farmland ecosystems, in Hellas (Greece).
El parasito adulto se localiza en las arterias pulmonares, donde producen larvas L1 que son eliminadas con las heces, las cuales son ingeridas por un molusco que constituye su huesped intermediario (en Ecuador son Achatina fulica
y Pomacea spp).
The feeding ecology and distribution of common coots Fulica
atra are affected by hunting taking place in adjacent areas.
The most abundant groups were represented by the Rallidae Common Coot Fulica
atra where we noted in 1200 individuals in March (Table2).
americana -- -- -- -- -- -- Colaptes auratus -- -- -- 4.