Achatina


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Achatina

/Ach·a·ti·na/ (ak″ah-ti´nah) a genus of very large land snails, including A. fuli´ca, which serves as an intermediate host of Angiostrongylus cantonensis.
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Achatina fulica Bowdich and other Achatinidae as pests in tropical agriculture, pp.
Opportunistic sampling of Achatina fulica was done from August to November 2015 during different periods, including rainy days, in four areas of Mindanao, Philippines: Pasonanca Natural Park in Zamboanga City, suburban areas in Pagadian City, Initao-Libertad Protected Landscape and Seascape area and the urban area of Cagayan de Oro City.
Achatina fulica is a public health problem for presenting high populations in urban areas and being a potential host of numerous disease-causing pathogens in humans and animals.
Abundancia, sazonalidade, reproducao e crescimento da concha de uma populacao de Achatina fulica [Bowdich, 1822] [Mollusca, Achatinidae] em ambiente urbano.
cantonensis (104 larvas L3 por roedor), obtenidos a partir de la digestion de caracoles Achatina fulica infectados de la localidad La Troncal, Ecuador.
This is Contrary to the findings of Omoyakhi and Osinowo [31] on the two giant African land snails Archachatina marginata and Achatina achatina.
In the juvenile snail Achatina fulica, a similar number of small neurons are seen in the pedal ganglia, but in this species a large neuron that is IR to 5-HT antibodies is located in the antero-ventral part of the pedal ganglion.
Invasion of the Argentinean Paranense Rainforest by the giant African snail Achatina fulica.
In the terrestrial snail Achatina fulica, degree of aggregation is related to the snails' ages, genetic relationships, and time of day (Chase et al.
He remarked, “We are going to get some Giant African Snail, Achatina achatina, shells from them…I'm definitely putting them up for sale on the website.
Imran GT, Ayeni OD, Okunade AS and B Oyeleye Potential of replacing pawpaw fruit and leaves with cabbage peels as a natural feedstuff in the diet of Achatina achatina linne (African giant land snail) Afri.
Infected terrestrial and freshwater snails of the species Achatina fulica, Sarasinula marginata, Subulina octona, and Bradybaena similaris in Espirito Santo; A.