2 edition of giant African snail found in the catalog.
giant African snail
A. R. Mead
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Mead. The University of Chicago Press. Chicago. pp.). Individual chapters of the book are available online (below). Additionally, the entire book is also available online as: a single PDF file ( Mb).
Common Name (s): Giant African Land Snail, East African Land Snail, West African Land Snail, Tiger Snail Scientific Name(s): Achatina fulica, Achatina marginata, Achatina achatina Adult Size: Achatina fulica grow to 3 or 4 inches long (shell length), and Achatina achatina can have a shell up to 11 inches long (the body inside would stretch to about 15 inches long).
African Giant Snails and Snail Farming (2nd edition) is a complete, upgraded combination of African Giant Snails and Snail Farming 1 & 2 books. Readers will find quality information on: Modern snail farming, Housing i.e.
snailery designing (including ornamental snailery) Feeding and feed combinations for snails. Giant African Land Snails as pets. Giant African Land Snail complete care book. by Joseph Dunbury | 3 Sep out of 5 stars 9. Paperback £ £ 7. It is a practical guide to farming of giant African snails with a recommendation of outdoor farming for tropical countries and information about indoor breeding.
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The Giant African Snail eats leaves, flowers, fruits, stems, bark, wood, seeds, grains, nuts, seaweed and even lichens, fungi and other snails. They also eat the same food as us humans such as cauliflower, cocoa, papaya, peanut, banana and many other vegetables often become food for this giant snail.
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In the wild, Giant African Land Snails are known to eat up to different species of plant. It is a good idea to feed your snails a wide variety of food, as they can become fussy.
Many snails love cucumber and lettuce, but it is less nutritious than other vegetables so it is important to persist with other foods. Introduction: Giant African Snail (GAS) is one of the world's largest and most damaging land snail pests.
The Global Invasive Species Database has included this snail among the “ World's Worst” invaders. It is non-host specific and can consume at least different types of plants, including breadfruit, cassava, cocoa, papaya. Giant African land snails are, as the name implies, much larger than the UK native snails that you will find in the garden, growing to a length of around 18cm long or even more, and often having a shell the size of a closed fist.
As well as making popular if unusual pets in the UK and America, they are also prized for the markings and patterns. The giant African snail has a thin shell with dark brown and cream stripes. Land-dwelling snails usually have thin, fairly light shells.
Eye. At the tips of the two longer tentacles are tiny eyes like black dots. These sense light and dark and can’t see much else. Foot. Like other snails, the giant African snail has a large, muscular “foot”.
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They can grow to 10 inches or 25 centimeters in length. In countries where they can be legally kept, they 90%(). Classed as one of the world’s most invasive species, the giant African snail (Achatina fulica) has been introduced around the world from its native home in eastern general, the shell of the giant African snail is a reddish-brown colour, with pale yellow vertical markings, although colouration can vary depending on the surrounding environmental conditions.
The fascination reached its peak when I got myself a pet Giant African Land Snail through the post when I was about twelve. Snails of all kinds are haemphrodites and when everything aligns right, they make babies in the kind of numbers that make rabbits look slow to breed.
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The first piece of equipment you will need in order to look after Giant African Land Snails is a tank. The size of tank required depends on how many snails you have and what species they are. Your tank should at least be big enough for a water dish, food and a cuttlefish bone and still have enough room for your snails move around and burrow.The largest known land gastropod is the African giant snail Achatina achatina, the largest recorded specimen of which measured cm ( in) from snout to tail when fully extended, with a shell length of cm ( in) in December It weighed exactly g (2 lb).The snails emerge in hordes at night from burrows and under rocks where they hide during the day.
Konni in Pattanamthitta district was once famous as a centre for taming elephants. Now, it is gathering a reputation for having a multiplying population of Giant African Snails .