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Freshwater snails of South-East Asia

Freshwater snails of South-East Asia

PLITS 15(3): 239-247

After an introductory paragraph, illustrations (line drawings) are provided of different genera of freshwater snails found in south-east Asia, in the following families: Neritidae, Viviparidae, Ampullariidae, Assimineidae, Hydrobiidae, Bithyniidae, Thiaridae, Lymnaeidae, Planorbidae, and Ancylidae.

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