Synonyms for milacidae or Related words with milacidae

gastrodontidae              vitrinidae              limacidae              cochlicopidae              agriolimacidae              pupillidae              helicarionidae              streptaxidae              ferussaciidae              pomatiidae              draparnaud              subulinidae              helicodonta              charopidae              euconulidae              helicodiscidae              pomatiopsidae              pristilomatidae              ellobiidae              pyramidulidae              succineidae              zonitidae              parmacellidae              zonitoides              subulina              veronicellidae              planorbarius              bithyniidae              octona              thiaridae              dyakiidae              gastrocopta              simroth              valloniidae              obvoluta              tandonia              cyclophoridae              bradybaenidae              acicula              testacella              acanthinula              clessin              hydrobiidae              atherinidae              bourguignat              urocyclidae              tropidophora              arianta              orthalicidae              testacellidae             



Examples of "milacidae"
The distribution of the Milacidae includes the western Palearctic.
Milax caucasicus is a species of air-breathing land slug, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
Tandonia nigra is a species of air-breathing land slug, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
Tandonia serbica is a species of keeled air-breathing land slug, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
Milacidae is a family of air-breathing, keeled, land slugs. These are shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusks in the superfamily Parmacelloidea.
Tandonia budapestensis is a species of air-breathing, keeled, land slug, a shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusks in the family Milacidae.
Milax is a genus of air-breathing, keeled, land slugs. These are shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusks in the family Milacidae.
Milax gagates, known by the common name greenhouse slug, is a species of air-breathing, keeled, land slug, a shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
Tandonia is a genus of air-breathing, keeled, land slugs. These are shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusks in the family Milacidae.
Tandonia sowerbyi is a species of air-breathing, keeled, land slug, a shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
Tandonia rustica is a species of air-breathing, keeled, land slug, a shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
"P. hermaphrodita" is a bacterial-feeding nematode and is a lethal parasite of several terrestrial gastropod families such as Arionidae, Milacidae and Limacidae. It is also able to reproduce on rotting matter or penetrate and remain in resistant slug and snail species where it awaits for their death and will then reproduce on the cadaver (necromeny). "P. hermaphrodita" was first isolated and documented by A. Schneider in 1859 and was intensively studied in the 1990s by researchers at Long Ashton Research centre who were focussed on finding a new biocontrol agent for slugs.
"P. hermaphrodita" was developed into a natural molluscicide to prevent crop damage from horticultural slug pests from the families Arionidae, Milacidae, Agriolimacidae, Limacidae and Vaginulidae. "P. hermaphrodita" is the only nematode of the eight families associated with molluscs, which has been developed as a biological molluscicide, first released under the name Nemaslug® by MicroBio Ltd in 1994, then acquired by Becker Underwood in 2000 and finally taken over by BASF in 2012. Nemaslug® is sold in 15 European countries and is widely used by farmers and gardeners.