Ash Gyro - Gyraulus parvus
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Usually found on aqautic vegetation within ponds, lakes, wetlands or other lentic waterbodies,
Like most snails, these are herbivorous- scrapers of algae, detritus and diatoms from other vegetation of benthic substrates
Species may be found in intermittent waters including temporary ponds and streams:
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- Berry, S.S. 1913. A list of Mollusca from the Mussellshell Valley, Montana. Nautilus 26:130-131.
- Berry, S.S. 1916. Notes of Mollusca of central Montana. Nautilus 29:124-128.
- Russell, R.H. and R.B. Brunson. 1967. A check-list of molluscs of Glacier National Park, Montana. Sterkiana 26:1-5.
- Squyer, H. 1894. List of shells from the vicinity of Mingusville, Montana. The Nautilus 8:63-65.
- Vanatta, E.G. 1914. Montana shells. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 66:367-371.
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