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New Zealand mudsnail

New Zealand mudsnail

Photo by: Gabe Harp

Potamopyrgus antipodarum is a snail that lives in the muds of New Zealand's lakes, rivers, and estuaries. Shown are an infected snail (top) and an uninfected snail (bottom) after being removed from their shells. The spots visible on the infected snail are parasite cysts.2007Photo by: Gabe HarpNew Zealand mudsnail

Created: 2007

Copyright Holder: Photo by: Gabe Harp

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