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Freshwater Snails Gallery

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Choose from 39 pictures in our Freshwater Snails collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Black carp (Mylopharyngodon piceus) Featured Freshwater Snails Print

Black carp (Mylopharyngodon piceus)

Black carp (Mylopharyngodon piceus), also called Snail carp as it feeds principally on snails and mussels. It is used in the United States to control snails in aquaculture but the species is invasive and considered a severe threat to native molluscs. Is usually 60 to 120 cm long but can reach 180 cm. China

A freshwater jawless leech (Glossiphonia complanata) Featured Freshwater Snails Print

A freshwater jawless leech (Glossiphonia complanata)

A freshwater jawless leech (Glossiphonia complanata), attached to a log underwater. It is a species that inserts its proboscis into invertebrates such as snail and sucks out their body fluid. Prairie Fouzon, Loir-et-Cher, France

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Animal, Anticoagulant Saliva, Attaches To Stones, Broods Young, Clitellata, Fauna, Flattened, Glossiphonia, Glossiphoniidae, Green, Invertebrate, Lives Underneath Stones, Parental Care, Rhynchobdellida, River Life, Running Water Habitat, Short, Stream Life, Wildlife

Blanche Cup, a mound spring Featured Freshwater Snails Print

Blanche Cup, a mound spring

Blanche Cup, a mound spring, one of Australia's 600 or so desert springs flowing from the Great Artesian Basin that extends under more than one-fifth of Australia. Blanche Cup is a mound spring so called from the hard rock around it built up from the salts in the water. It is home to several kinds of snail, plant and fish that occur only in this and seven other nearby springs. Wabma Kadarbu Mound Springs Conservation Park, Oodnadatta Track, South Australia

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