Description. A mature grey fieldslug ranges in length from 35 to 50 mm. The stout body of this slug may be cream-colored, greyish or has a slight pink-grey color. The mantle has concentric striations and usually covers more than one-third the length of the slug.There are dark brown or grey flecks concentrated between the tubercles.The tentacles are dark in color.
Deroceras reticulatum in uska species han Gastropoda nga syahan ginhulagway ni muller hadton 1774. An Deroceras reticulatum in nahilalakip ha genus nga Deroceras, ngan familia nga Limacidae. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. 4.0 4.1; Mga sumpay ha gawas.
One European slug in particular, Deroceras reticulatum (Figure 13.1), is a pest throughout its home range, and is also a serious invasive pest in North and South America, and Australasia. Some snails are pests of citrus trees and small-scale horticultural crops. A comprehensive review of molluscs as crop pests throughout the world was published by Barker (2002). Figure 13.1. Deroceras.
Deroceras reticulatum (Muller, 1774) Espesye sa hilahila nga una nga gihulagway ni Cornelius Herman Muller ni adtong 1774 ang Deroceras reticulatum. Ang Deroceras reticulatum sakop sa kahenera nga Deroceras sa kabanay nga Limacidae. Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya. Ang mga.
Pale forms are indistinguishable from the much rarer Deroceras agreste. Ubiquitous except on high ground. Key characteristics. A small to medium-sized buff or oatmeal-coloured slug usually with darker spots, especially on the mantle; Mucus colourless but turns milky readily when disturbed; Sole buff; Keel short; Respiratory pore towards the rear of the mantle; Mantle with fine concentric.
Description. Deroceras panormitanum is a chocolate-brown, grey-brown or almost black slug that ranges in length form 25-30 mm. The body of the slug is covered with dark brown speckles or flecks. The skin is very thin and almost completely translucent.The mantle is lighter in color over the lung and the sole is light grey. The mucus this slug produces is thin, colorless and not excessively gummy.Learn More
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Deroceras reticulatum. Species Search. Total count of species: 6915. Wild places. Go. Parishes. Go. Species pages. The galleries below lead you to information pages for every species recorded on NatureSpot. If needed, after selecting from the menu below, click on the small arrow beside the group entry to see a submenu of families. Image galleries. Birds; Mammals; Amphibians; Liverworts; Mosses.Learn More
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