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  • 1. National Biodiversity Network Species Dictionary (March 2003) External link.
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  • Helix aspersa
  • Pawlicki, J. M.; Pease, L. B.; Pierce, C. M.; Startz, T. P.; Zhang, Y.; Smith, A. M. 2004. The effect of molluscan glue proteins on gel mechanics. Journal of Experimental Biology. 207: 1127-1135.
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