(from the article `gastropod`) ...Many slugs and some snails bury egg masses in soil or under moist pieces of bark. Others, such as Discus, scatter their eggs singly over bark and ...
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Amphidromus is a genus of air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Camaenidae. Amphidromus is a genus of arboreal pulmonate land snails. The shells of Amphidromus are relatively large, from one to three inches high, and colorful. == Definition of Amphidromus == The genus may be characterized as follows: It
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