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Baker, F.C., 1939. Fieldbook of Illinois land snails. State of Illinois Natural History Survey Division, Urbana, Illinois, USA.

Branson, B.A., The recent Gastropoda of Oklahoma, part IV. terrestrial species, families Polygyridae and bulimilidae. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 42: 60-80.

Dourson, D. 2006. A survey of terrestrial Mollusca in selected areas of the land between the lakes national recreation area. Journal of the Kentucky Acedemy of Science.

Dourson, D. and J. Dourson. 2006.Land snails of the Great Smoky Mountains (Eastern Region). Appalachian Highlands Science Learning Center Purchase Knob Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Kroll, A.J., K. Boykin, M.C. Andersen,B.C. Thompson, D.L. Daniel. 2003. Habitat characteristics of Ashmunella           (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Polgyridae) at White Sands Missile Range and Fortbliss, New Mexico. The Southwestern    Naturalist 48:14-22.

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