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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reproductive_system_of_gastropods

Gastropods are defined as snails and slugs, belonging to a larger group called Molluscs. Gastropods have a very unique reproductive system, varying ...

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

Description about how snail reproduce. One of the ways in which this has continued to build is through the abilities to reproduce by snails.

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Jun 30, 2012 ... Boy Returns from the Beach with a Snail INSIDE HIS KNEE - Duration: 2:23. Animal Planet 7,059,271 views · 2:23 · Mantis Mating - Wildlife On ...

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

Different snails reproduce differently, but most snails are "hermaphrodites." Being a hermaphrodite means that any given snail can be both male and female at ...

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

Garden snails are hermaphroditic, meaning they have both male and female reproductive organs. This means that each individual snail of reproductive age is  ...

www.molluscs.at/gastropoda/morphology/reproduction.html

More about the Roman snail's genital apparatus. As variable as the large group of gastropods is, as various are their reproduction strategies. In a special way, ...

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

Reproduction. Freshwater snails are often hermaphrodites. In other words, they carry both sperm and eggs and can reproduce without the help of another snail.

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

Mar 10, 2015 ... Once a snail manages to shoot the dart, which transfers sperm-boosting secretions, that animal can fertilize the other's eggs. (Also see "Wild ...

animals.mom.me/asexual-reproduction-snails-6517.html

Snails are mollusks of class Gastropoda, a large and varied invertebrate class. Snails of ... Some snails are hermaphrodites, some reproduce sexually and some  ...

www.petsnails.co.uk/care/breeding.html

Comprehensive guide to keeping tropical and temperate snails. Chapter 7. Breeding.