Do you want to find more information on snails?  Here are some links to help you with your research:

Learn about the University of Wisconsin- La Crosse at the UW-L Homepage.
Find out more information about other land snails in the Wisconsin area at WI Land Snails.
If you are interested in organisms other than snails check out Multiple Organsims.

Other useful sites:

The Comprehension Report of Campeloma decisum at:

The taxonomic levels of Campeloma decisum at:

The brief discussion of Campeloma decisum at:

In-Text References:

Burch, J.B., and J.L. Tottenham. 1980. North American freshwater snails: species list, ranges, and illustrations. Museum of Zoology, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.

Burch, J.B. 1982. North American freshwater snails, identification keys, generic synonymy, supplemental notes, glossary, references, index. Museum of Zoology, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.

Cordeiro, J. 2008. <URL:>. Accessed 24 October 2011. 2011. <URL:>. Accessed 30 October 2011.

Dillon, R.T., Jr., B.T. Watson, & T.W. Stewart. 2006. The freshwater gastropods of North America. <URL:>. Accessed 8 October 2011.

Encylopedia of Life. <URL:>. Accessed 12 October 2011.

Free Dictionary. 2011. <URL:>. Accessed 30 October 2011.

Hickman, Jr., C.P., L.S. Roberts, S.L. Keen, A. Larson, D.J. Eisenhour. 2007. Animal Diversity. 5th Edition:55-443. Boston:Mc Graw Hill.

Johnson, S.G. 2006. Geographic ranges, population, structure, and ages of sexual and parthenogenetic snail lineages. Evolution 60:1417-1426.

Johnson, S.G. 1992. Spontaneous and hybrid origins of parthenogenesis in Campeloma decisum (freshwater prosobranch snail). Heredity 68:253-261.

Latin Translator. 2011. <URL:>. Accessed 22 October 2011.

Mosby's Dental Dictionary. 2008. <URL:>. Accessed 30 October 2011.

Muzzall, P.M. 2000. Occurrence of Sanguinicola occidentalis in Perca flavescens and Campeloma decisum from a Michigan creek. Journal of Parasitology 86:1360-1362.

Parrish, R., F. Brook, and I. Stringer. <URL:>. Assessed 28 October 2011.

Pearce, T. <URL:>. Accessed 27 October 2011.

Van Appledorn, M., D.A. Lamb, K. Albalak, and C.E. Bach. 2007. Zebra mussels decrease burrowing ability and growth of a native snail, Campeloma decisum. Hydrobiologia 575:441-445.

Word Empire. <URL:>. Accessed 6 December 2011.

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