Deroceras laeve (Muller, 1774) Meadow Slug

Limacidae, Stylommatophora ,Gastropoda, Mollusca, Animalia

without spots or with only indistinct markings; covered with minute white flecks; neck is long, when crawling; some populations of this species are native to North America while others have been introduced from Europe; widely distributed in many habitats, but most common in wet sites such as edges of wetlands and along streams; most commonly found on or under woody debris; also common on skunk cabbage leaves in spring; eggs oval, transparent becoming yellowish, 1.5 x 1.8 mm; ranges from near sea level up to 1220 m




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