Initial investigations into the ecology of the banana slug (Ariolimax columbianus G.) Public Deposited

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  • Research concerning the indigenous slug, ArioZimax coZumbianus G., followed a three-pronged approach resulting in information on spatial distribution, population dynamics, and consumer roles. Investigations were carried out in a high slug density site at Carkeep Park, Cedar River and the laboratory.
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