Predatory bore-holes in shells of terrestrial snails: Roth has priority
Basteria , Volume 63 - Issue 4/6 p. 164- 164
J. R. Roth observed larvae of beetles, ‘gnawing’ holes in shells of terrestrial snails to eat the animals inside, well over a century before Schilthuizen et al. independently concluded that this kind of predation occurs.
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E. Gittenberger. (1999). Predatory bore-holes in shells of terrestrial snails: Roth has priority. Basteria, 63(4/6), 164–164.
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