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Slug and Snail References

Barker, G. M. (editor). 2002. Molluscs as Crop Pests. CABI Publishing. New York. ISBN: 0-8001-3044-0. 468 pp.

Gauger, Rick. 1983. The Lives of a Slug. Pacific Northwest. Vol. 17, No. 4, May 1983.

Godan, Dora. 1983. Pest Slugs and Snails: Biology and Control. Springer-Verlag. Berlin. 445 pp.

Gordon, David George . 1994. The Western Society of Malacologists Field Guide to the Slug. Sasquatch Books, Seattle. 48 pp.

Hanna, G. Dallas. 1966. Introduced Mollusks of Western North America. Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences. No. 48, 108pp, 85 figures, 4 plates.

Harper, Alice Bryant. 1988. The Banana Slug. Bay Leaves Press. Aptos, CA. 32 pp.

Henderson, Ian (editor). 1989. Slugs and Snails in World Agriculture. BCPC Monograph No. 41. British Crop Protection Council. 422 pp.

Kono, T. and C. Papp. 1977. Handbook of Agricultural Pests: aphids, thrips, mites, snails, and slugs. State of California Department of Food and Agriculture. 205 pp.

Quarles, William. 1997. Slugs and Snails in Gardens and Fields. Common Sense pest Control. Vol. 13, no. 1, 5-15.

Rollo, C. David, and Wellington, William G. 1977. Why Slugs Squabble. Natural History. November 1977.

Runham, N.W. and P.J. Hunter. 1970. Terrestrial Slugs. Hutchinson and Co LTD. ISBN: 0-09-105671-3. 184 pp.

Savonen, Carol. 1997. Slug Wars. Oregon's Agricultural Progress. Vol. 43, no. 2, 16-21.

South, A. 1992. Terrestrial Slugs: Biology and Control. Chapman and Hall, London. ISBN: 0-412-36810-2. 428pp.

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