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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reproductive_system_of_gastropods

The reproductive system of gastropods (slugs and snails) varies greatly from one group to another within this very large and diverse taxonomic class of animals. Their reproductive strategies also vary greatly, see Mating of gastropods.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Land_snail

The great majority of land snails are hermaphrodites with a full set ... of snail species; although these do not occur commonly in the ...

www.snail-world.com/how-do-snails-reproduce

Description about how snail reproduce. One of the ... When a snail is already mature can begin mating, that is clear, but how do they approximate each other?

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Jun 9, 2013 ... How did I end up watching snail porn What has my life become .... that said something about snails mating and I was like "how tf do they mate?

scienceline.ucsb.edu/getkey.php?key=2578

This can make it a lot easier for snails to reproduce and quickly make a whole lot of snails! Some hermaphrodite snails do not need another snail to reproduce, ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/fast-garden-snails-reproduce-70895.html

Garden snails (Cantareus aspersus), or brown snails, are a common pest to plants of all kinds. While their soft bodies and slow movements make them appear ...

www.aquascapeaddiction.com/articles/how-do-snails-reproduce

May 20, 2017 ... Want to know how do snails actually reproduce? this post explains where they actually come from including eggs and how long the babies take ...

animals.mom.me/freshwater-snails-babies-5832.html

Several varieties of freshwater snails -- including apple, ramshorn, trumpet and ... In other words, they carry both sperm and eggs and can reproduce without the ...

www.quora.com/How-do-snails-reproduce

This is a follow-up question to How can I keep snails under control in my ... It depends on the snail. Some typical aquarium snails (usually common pond snails) ...

news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/03/150310-snails-reproduction-sex-animals-science-evolution

Mar 10, 2015 ... Made of calcium, these love darts are an essential tool for promiscuous snails, which mate multiple times with different partners to try to fertilize ...