The Study Of Snails And Slugs In East Africa

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1925
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BERNARD V
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Most members of the Society probably see a few snails during their rambles, but have not been able to identify them. Many may not have realised that they are worth collecting. Much material is still needed from East Africa particularly by local Museums. Every member can help by collecting. Material complete with the animal preserved in spirit is particularly needed. Almost any species of snail drowned, and then preserved is of great value for anatomical investigations. Any member thinking of specialising on a particular group could do a considerable amount of new work. The writer is willing to receive material at the East African Herbarium, P.O. Box 51£6, Nairobi and attempt identifications. Any material received will be put in the study collection of the Coryndon Museum
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal