Terrestrial Slugs: Biology, Ecology and Control

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Chapman & Hall, 1992 - Nature - 428 pages
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This is the definitive reference work on the biology of terrestrial slugs. It covers their anatomy, physiology, ecology, behaviour, life cycles, slugs as transmitters of disease, slug crop damage and the control of slug pests. It contains an extensive bibliography.

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