Fossile records of apple snails

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Postby Stijn on Wed Mar 27, 2002 8:12 am

Well, I have some info laying around here about apple snail fossils (Pila, Afropomus, Pomacea).
So If I'm out of topics I can always work on this :smile:
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Postby linty on Tue Apr 02, 2002 7:33 pm

I've got a bunch of freshwater snail fossils, I don't think they are apple snails though. some are shaped like MTS (but about 5 " long) and some are like a flat and wide spiral shape.
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Postby SNAILFAN on Tue Dec 03, 2002 10:48 pm

Were did you get them?
Invertebrats, they may be spineless,but they are the backbone of nature.:snail:
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