Source:Idaho Bureau of Land Management, Boise, ID, p.142 (1997)
Keywords:Allogona, Anguispira, Anodonta, Cochlicopa, Cryptomastix, Discus, Euconulus, Fisherola, Fluminicola, Gonidea, Hawaiia, Helicodiscus, Hemphillia, Margaritifera, Ogaridiscus, Oreohelix, Polygyrella, Radiodiscus, Stagnicola, SWAP, Valvata, Zacoleus
Besides explaining the land snail survey's scope and range and the previous work performed in the area by malacologists, this report includes discussions of the region’s geologic history; land snail biogeography, occurrence, and ecology; the role of mollusks as biological indicators; and some information on sensitive taxa and recommendations for status. Based on the study, an overview of the survey area’s land snail fauna is provided, followed by specific discussion of individual taxon ecology, range, sites, and status. Details are provided in appendices.
ELECTRONIC FILE - Zoology: Invertebrates
NOTE that a 1997 BLM technical report cover and cover page is placed atop the revised report, which is dated 1995.
SWAP (2/19/2016) citation (with changes):
Frest TJ, Johannes EJ. 1997. Land snail survey of the lower Salmon River drainage, Idaho. Boise (ID): US Bureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office. 142 p. Technical Bulletin No.: 97-18. [accessed 2015 Jun 1]. http://www.blm.gov/style/medialib/blm/id/publications/technical_bulletin....
Generic citation: Frest, T. J., and E. J. Johannes. 1997. Land snail survey of the lower Salmon River drainage, Idaho. Revised. Idaho Bureau of Land Management Technical Bulletin 97-18. 142 p.
(Authors' affiliation was Deixis Consultants, Seattle, WA.)