Ash Gyro -
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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:
Legend: View Online Publication Do you know of a citation we're missing? 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. Hendricks, P., S. Lenard, D.M. Stagliano, and B.A. Maxell. 2013. Baseline nongame wildlife surveys on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. Report to the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. Montana Natural Heritage Program, Helena, MT. 83 p. 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. Additional Sources of Information Related to "Snails / Slugs"