This discussion is based upon a paper entitled "A REPORT TO THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA, ON A SURVEY FOR CERTAIN MOLLUSKS OF THE ENVIRONS OF ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA" sent to the New Brunswick Provincial Health Department in January, 1966. From this survey 17 different groups of mollusks were collected: Acmaea testudinalis Muller, Amnicola limosa Say. Gyraulus parvus Say, Helisoma campanulatum Say, Littorina littorea L., Littorina saxatilis Olivi, Lymnaea emarginata Say, Lymnaea palustris Muller, Lymnaea sp., Mya arenaria L., Mytilus edulis L., Paludestrina minuta Totten, Physa sayi Toppan, Physa sp., Polinices heros Say, Sphaerium securis Prime, and Succinea avara Say. From fresh water collections Lymnaea palustris Muller was the predominant species followed by Physa sayi Toppan and Sphaerium securis Prime. From marine collections Littorina littorea L. was the predominant species followed by Mytilus edulis L. Other biological notes from this survey were given. Specific acknowledgement for identification of these specimens by the staff, Natural History Branch, National Museum of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, is cited.
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Coleman, Richard W.
"Certain Mollusks of the Environs of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 73(1), 405-407.
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