Applesnail Net (Simply the best!)

http://www.applesnail.net/content/main.htm

The Pomacea Project (Focusing on the native Florida apple snail)

http://www.pomaceaproject.org/

 

Global Invasive Species Database (100 Worst)

http://www.issg.org/database/species/ecology.asp?si=135&fr=1

 

Apple Snails of Florida

http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/in/in59800.pdf

 

Fresh Water Gastropods of North America

http://www.cofc.edu/~fwgna/fwgnahome.htm

 

DEP Article

http://iswgfla.org/files/Channeled%20apple%20snails%20-Denson.pdf

 

Family Ampullariidae

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_snail

 

FWC Fact Sheet

http://iswgfla.org/files/Apple%20Snails%20FWC.pdf

 

Hawaii’s control plan

http://www.hear.org/articles/levin2006/

 

IFAS Fact Sheet

http://iswgfla.org/files/UF%20apple%20snails%20of%20Fla.pdf

 

IFAS Website on apple snails

http://iswgfla.org/Channeled%20applesnails.htm

 

Invasive Species Weblog

http://invasivespecies.blogspot.com/

 

Invasive species working group

http://iswgfla.org/Channeled%20applesnails.htm

 

Non-native apple snails in Florida

http://myfwc.com/nonnatives/Docs/FWC_applesnails_FLMS_handout.pdf

Invertebrates International of Brazil
http://www.planetainvertebrados.com.br/

Rat Lungworm Fact Sheet

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dpd/parasites/angiostrongylus/factsht_angiostrongylus.htm

 

South Carolina Alert

http://www.dnr.sc.gov/invasiveweeds/img/applesnailflyer.pdf

 

Wanted

http://www.manandmollusc.net/Odessa/apple-snail.html

 

Pomacea Anatomy by Richard Fox, Lander University (2003)

http://webs.lander.edu/rsfox/invertebrates/pomacea.html

 

Management of Golden Apple Snail in Malaysia

http://www.mardi.my/main.php?Content=sections&SubSectionID=410&SectionID=406&CurLocation=406

 

Aquatic Use of Copper-Based Herbicides in Florida by Andrew J. Leslie,

Florida Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Aquatic Plant Management

Tallahassee, Florida (June 15, 1990)

http://www.myfwc.com/nonnatives/InvasivePlants/docs/copper.pdf 

 

Invertebrate Invaders – – Established & Potential Exotics of the Gulf of Mexico by Harriet Perry & David Yeager,Funded by the Coastal Impact Assistance Program through theMississippi Department of Environmental Quality

http://www.usm.edu/gcrl/publications/invertibrates-webfinal.pdf 

 

Status of the Apple Snail (Pomacea canaliculata) in the U.S. by R.G. Howells (Texas Parks & Wildlife Department) and J. W. Smith (USDA)

http://pestalert.applesnail.net/conferences/icam07/country_report%20_usa.pdf

Best On-Farm Food Safety Practices: Reducing Risks Associated with Rat Lungworm Infection and Human Eosinophilic Meningitis (UH-CTAHR)

http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/oc/freepubs/pdf/FST-39.pdf

Golden Apple Snail Pomacea spp. in Philippines


A. G. Cagauan and R. C. Joshi

Golden Apple Snail in Viet Nam
M.S. Huynh Kim Ngoc

Golden Apple Snail (GAS) in Vietnam: Introduction, Impact and Management
Duong Ngoc. Cuong

Golden Apple Snail Situation and Integrated Management Activities in South Viet Nam
Nguyen Huu Huan and Ravindra C. Joshi

Golden Apple Snail: New Economic Animal in Future for Thailand
Sakda Sinives

Golden Apple Snail Pomacea canaliculata (Lamarck) in Indonesia
Hendarsih Suharto

Current Status of the Apple Snail Pomacea canaliculata in Japan
Yoichi Yusa and Takashi Wada

Occurrence of Golden Apple Snail, Pomacea canaliculata (Lamarck), in Paddy Fields and its Management in China
Yu Xiaoping, Li Xhongfan, Lu Zhongxian, Sun Leping, Chen Jianming, Zhen Xusong, Xu Hongxing

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