Deroceras agreste on the island of Terschelling, The Netherlands Deroceras agreste (Linné, 1758) is reported from the Dutch Wadden Sea island of Terschelling. It was collected from low, small dunes in a salt marsh, the vegetation characterized by Visser (1981) as “an unstable transitional habitat with the Sagino maritimae-Cochlearietum danicae association”, together with the snail species Pupilla muscorum, Vallonia excentrica and Cochlicopa sp. This represents the first record of D. agreste for the Netherlands.

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A.J. de Winter, & G.J.M. Visser. (1987). Deroceras agreste op Terschelling (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Agriolimacidae). Basteria, 51(1/3), 53–56.