Pulmonate gastropods with two pairs of invaginable tentacles. The anterior pair of tentacles bears the eyes at their tip. They occasionally lack shells (slugs) and are nearly always terrestrial.
Barna Páll-Gergely commented on "Size":
@Dana Campbell: yes, they are separate groups
about 3 years ago
Dana Campbell commented on "Size":
@Barna Páll-Gergely: But Basommatophora would be a separate group from the Stylommatophora?
Dana Campbell selected "Size" to show in Overview on "Stylommatophora".
Several species are living in freshwater habitats (Basommatophora group).
about 7 years ago
There are some groups, where the animals have only one pair of tentacles (e.g. Vertiginidae).
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