Links to other sites:
For more information on the Cumberland Plateau:
-For more information regarding Global Status of Fumonelix wetherbyi and other rare animals of Tennessee:
-University of Wisconsin La Crosse home page:

Books, and other cited literature:
Bennett, J.W. 2003. Viability assessment report for rock outcrops habitat association.

Blinn, W. C. 1963. Ecology of the land snails Mesodon thryroidus and Allogona profunda. Ecology, 44:3, pp. 498-505.

Burch, J.B. 1962. How to know the eastern land snails. WMC Brown Company, Dubuque, Iowa, USA 

Dourson, D.C.2010. Kentucky's land snails and their ecological communities. Goatslug Publications, Bakersville, NC.

Garefalaki, M.-E., Triantafyllidis, A., Abatzopoulos, T.J. and Staikou, A. (2010), The outcome of sperm competition is affected by behavioural and anatomical reproductive traits in a simultaneously hermaphroditic land snail. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23: 966–976

Gillis, R. 2012. Animal biology lab manual. Biology Department, UW-La Crosse, WI.

Hickman, C.P., Roberts, L.S., Keen, S.L., Larson, A.& Eisenhour, D.J.2009.Animal diversity: Fifth Edition. McGraw Hill, New York, NY.

Hubricht, L. 1985. The distributions of the native land mollusks of the eastern United States. Fieldiana Zoology.

Perez, K.E., Cordeiro, J.R. 2008. American Malacological Society: A guide for terrestrial Gastropod identification. Carbondale, IL.

Snails, Sea Slugs and Limpets: Gastropod- Behavior and Reproductions.2012.<> copyright 2012.

Wilber, K.M.1984.The mollusca: Volume 7 Reproduction. Academic press.

Williams, P. R. 2009. Snail. P. 90-100. Reaktion Books LTD. London, UK.

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