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  1. Stabotage!: How to Deal with the Pit Bulls, Skunks, Snakes, Scorpions & Slugs in the Health Care Workplace by Judith Briles, 2008-11-01
  2. The Bug and the Slug in the Rug by Steve Allen, 1995-10
  3. 50 Ways to Kill a Slug: Serious and Silly Ways to Kill or Outwit the Garden's Number One Enemy by Nikoli, 2003-09-28
  4. Caribbean Sea Slugs by Angel Valdes, Jeff Hammon, et all 2006-09-15
  5. Slower Than a Slug (Rookie Readers) by Larry Dane Brimner, 2007-09
  6. Sea Slugs of Western Australia by Fred E. Wells; Clayton W. Bryce, 1996-06-01
  7. Slugs and Snails (Morgan, Sally. Looking at Minibeasts.) by Sally Morgan, 2000-07
  8. The Unreasonable Slug by Matt Cook, 2007-04-01
  9. Down in the Sea: The Sea Slug (Down in the Sea) by L. Patricia Kite, 1994-04-01
  10. The slug manual: The rise and fall of criticism by Jennifer James, 1986
  11. Snails and Slugs (Nature Close-Up) by Elaine Pascoe, 1998-07-13
  12. Slug Language by Anne Caldwell, 2008-10-01
  13. Snails, slugs, spiders and bugs: A child's guide to nature by Trudy L Rising, 1977
  14. The Slug Who Thought He Was a Snail (See & Read Book) by Penny Pollock, Lorinda Bryan Cauley, 1980-02

61. MOLLUSCA (slugs And Snails)
BioImages The Virtual FieldGuide (UK). MOLLUSCA (slugs and snails). ClassGASTROPODA (slugs and snails). Order Pulmonata (slugs and snails).
BioImages: The Virtual Field-Guide (UK)
MOLLUSCA (slugs and snails)
Class: GASTROPODA (slugs and snails) Order: Prosobranchiata (operculate snails) Order: Pulmonata (slugs and snails) Class: LAMELLIBRANCHIATA (freshwater mussels) Species: Pholas dactylus Family: Pisidiidae Family: Sphaeriidae (Mollusca) (an orb mussel) Family: Unionidae BioImages (UK) Life
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62. Pulmonata (slugs And Snails)
BioImages The Virtual FieldGuide (UK). Pulmonata (slugs and snails). Family Helicidae(typical snails). Family Limacidae (keelback slugs). Family Pupillidae.
BioImages: The Virtual Field-Guide (UK)
Pulmonata (slugs and snails)
Suborder: Basommatophora Family: Ellobiidae (hollow-shelled snails) Family: Lymnaeidae (pond snails) Family: Planorbidae (ram's horn or trumpet snails) Suborder: Stylommatophora Family: Clausiliidae (door snails) Family: Cochlicopidae (agate snails) Family: Enidae (bulins) Family: Helicidae (typical snails) Family: Limacidae (keelback slugs) Family: Pupillidae Family: Vertiginidae (whorl and chrysalis snails) BioImages (UK) Life
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63. Recipe For Boiled Sea-Slugs
Boiled Seaslugs. (Catching sea-slugs). When a man wants to take sea-slugs,he first goes for a thin shaft which is used by the salmon fishers.
Boiled Sea-Slugs.
(Catching sea-slugs).
When a man wants to take sea-slugs, he first goes for a thin shaft which is used by the salmon fishers. He takes two thin cedar sticks, each one a short span long and a little thinner than the little finger, flat on one side and he takes cedar-bark and splits it in narrow strips. The two cedar-sticks are to be hooks at the end of the sea-slug spear. He puts these near the end of the harpoon-shaft, and ties them on with split long strips of cedar-bark. When it is finished, it is this way: [A simple illustration is omitted, of spear with hook lashed on end]. Then he waits for it to be calm at low tide. When it is calm, he launches his sea-slug-gathering canoe. He takes his sea-slug-gathering paddle, and his knife for cutting off the heads of sea slugs, and also the stick for catching sea-slugs. Then he paddles to a place where he knows there are many sea-slugs. He looks down into the water; and when he sees a place where there are many of them together, he takes his stick for catching sea-slugs and pushes it down into the water. He pushes the hook-end under the sea-slugs. Then it comes up lying crosswise over his canoe. He takes the sea-slug, takes his knife, and cuts off the neck. Then he squeezes out the insides, and he throws it down hard into his canoe, saying as he is throwing it down

64. Slugs - Slugs
slugs. Found 68 articles. Then William noticed birds were picking the pickled Garden Gate slugs slugs rasp on leaves, stems, flowers and roots.
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Get Rid Of Slugs Safely

Slug Club William Beck of Oregon kept his garden slug population under control by using shallow, open pans of beer to attract the critters. They'd come for the brew, fall in the pan and drown. Then William noticed birds were picking the pickled ...
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Non-Toxic Slug Control
Slug-Ging It Out

Copper wire can save your outdoor potted plants from hungry slugs. Keep slugs away by wrapping thin copper wire once around your pot, and to secure, twist the ends with pliers. The trick? Copper wire emits just enough electrical zap to turn slugs away ...
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Slugs rasp on leaves, stems, flowers and roots. They produce holes in the leaves or just scar the leaf surface. Small seedlings in the garden can be especially vulnerabIe to these creatures. Silvery slime trials are evidence of slug infestations. Here ...
University of Kentucky
In frame New window Slugs Tall, dense stands of plants provide attractive conditions for slugs. Keep areas where they become a control problem thinned out sufficiently to allow for sunlight, air movement and good drying conditions. Natural predators of the slug include several ... University of Delaware In frame New window Sluggo, Non Toxic Slug And Snail Bait

65. Controlling Slugs And Snails In The Garden
SLUGGGGGGS! YUK! Controlling slugs and Snails in Your Garden. The new blossomsforming on your perennials, sunshine, longer days, . slugs! Sluggy.
Controlling Slugs and Snails in Your Garden
March 13, 1999
Ahhhhh! The joys of springtime abound... The new blossoms forming on your perennials, sunshine, longer days,........ slugs!
The slug... your adversary
Slugs may be a very serious problem to you if you live in the Northwest or other moisture laden areas of the country. A single lawn prawn can successfully remove an entire row of seedlings from your garden in no time at all. He can turn a perfect plant into swiss cheese over night and return to the safety of his hideaway, leaving you to wonder what happened...... As slugs wander about, doing their evil little slug deeds, they leave behind them a trail of slime which amounts to nothing less than a road sign for themselves and every other slug to follow to the grand feast. To make the situation even worse, slugs are hermaphrodites, they all have male and female reproductive systems. Yes, they can mate with themselves, and in the privacy of their own abode, each slug will produce two to three dozen eggs several times a year. The egg clusters look like little piles of whitish jelly BB sized balls. They will hatch in anywhere from 10 days to three weeks or longer, and these sluglingss can mature to adulthood in as little as six weeks. Destroy the eggs... wherever you find them.
Slugs may live for several years, getting larger with proportionately larger appetites each year. Now, do you

66. The Horrible World Of Flying Slugs
The Horrible World of Flying slugs! Ever step outside on a damp evening and haveto hurdle large oozing fleshy slugs as if they were landmines? slugs That Fly!
Gotta get IE 4.0 to see this Java Applet! The Horrible World of Flying Slugs! Slugs That Fly! Vital Statistics of the Adult Flying Slug: - Four to six inches in length
- Covered in acidic digestive mucous membrane
- Hermaphroditic, all slugs are both male and female, and always pregnant.
- Omnivorous, they eat both animal and vegetative matter. Likes to eat garbage and waste.
- Wings made of flattened membrane, like a bat, wingspan up to eight inches.
- Still horribly slow on ground, slugs achieve airspeeds of upwards of 12 knots.
How flying slugs would alter our planet: Religion
  • India would worship the slug as a deity. In New Delhi, on every corner, is a hamburger stand that must close at dusk to keep the slugs out of the meat. Bats would not be feared, even though the typical specimen of its kind is up to three times the size of our own (due to a natural diet of flying slugs). Bats are favored pets in homes across America. Voodoo rituals would consist of the worship of slugs.

67. Snails And Slugs
Snails and slugs. July 14, 1999. They especially like to feed on the hostaplant. Snails and slugs are mollusks, related to oysters and clams.
Snails and Slugs
July 14, 1999
Snails and slugs are destructive pests of landscapes and gardens, feeding on such plants as annuals, perennials, bulbs, ground covers, trees, and shrubs. They can also devour young seedlings overnight. They especially like to feed on the hosta plant.
Snails and slugs are mollusks, related to oysters and clams. Snails transport a protective shell on their backs, basically carrying their homes with them. They are generally brown and from 1 to 1-1/2 inches long. Slugs are referred to as “naked snails” because they have no shell. Gray garden slugs are brownish and from 1-1/2 to 2 inches long, while spotted garden slugs are yellowish with black spots and may be 6 inches long. Both snails and slugs lay clusters of translucent, pearly-shaped eggs under debris or beneath the soil surface. They can lay from 20 to 100 eggs several times per year.
Snails and slugs have chewing mouthparts. They cause plant damage by creating large irregularly shaped holes with tattered edges in plant leaves. They prefer to feed on succulent foliage such as seedlings and herbaceous plants and on fruit that is lying on the ground.
Snails and slugs require moisture to move around, and they secrete a slimy mucus trail, which they use for this purpose. These secretions then dry up into a shiny, noticeable trail. Snails and slugs are active at night when humidity is high from evening rains or irrigation. During the day, they hide under mulch, plant debris, rocks, boards, weeds, and ground covers.

68. Natural Home And Garden - Slugs
slugs on the Run. New Solutions. This compound is very toxic to mollusks, includingslugs and snails, and relatively safe for humans, pets, birds and insects.
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Slugs on the Run New Solutions A couple of new products have made slug control easy, effective and safer. The brand names are Sluggo, Escar-Go! and Worry Free; these are baits containing iron phosphate. This compound is very toxic to mollusks, including slugs and snails, and relatively safe for humans, pets, birds and insects. It causes the slugs to stop eating as soon as they consume it. They begin to die in 3-6 days. Dead slugs may not be visible because they often crawl into secluded places before dying. The baits can tolerate rain, and very little is needed. Scatter it close to the plants you want to protect, and near places known to harbor slugs, such as ivy plantings. It takes very little, probably less than a teaspoonful in each location. Bait not consumed by slugs will biodegrade, and is actually a soil nutrient. It can be used around vegetable crops, fruits and berries, and around domestic animals and wildlife. Time-tested Solutions
  • Copper barrier strips and screening create a very effective barrier between the slugs and your garden. The copper causes an electric shock to the slugs, thus preventing them from entering your garden. It also prevents the slugs that are already in your garden from getting out, so make sure you hand pick these until you have eliminated the population. The copper fits very nicely around your raised wood boxes, or can simply be pressed into the ground around the area you want to protect.

69. Natural Life Magazine #44 - Controlling Slugs
Controlling slugs by Wendy Priesnitz. Keeping slugs attack a wide range ofplants, causing anything from slight damage to death. Unfortunately
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by Wendy Priesnitz Keeping plants healthy in an organic garden involves avoidance techniques like creating a garden environment that encourages plants to grow while discouraging pests and diseases. Inevitably some problems will still arise unless specific action is taken. The common slug is too common a pest to even need much of an introduction. Slugs attack a wide range of plants, causing anything from slight damage to death. Unfortunately, there is no foolproof method for eradicating slugs. All one can hope for is to reduce their numbers and protect plants when they're at a vulnerable stage. Toads, frogs, and beetles eat slugs and are worth encouraging in your garden. There are few fleshy plants that slugs don't eat. But if your slug problem is particularly bad, avoid their favourites, such as hostas and marigolds. One of the best ways of dealing with slugs is to use physical barriers. Place plastic bottle cloches around plants, or sprinkle circles of lime, eggshells, or sawdust around plants. Slugs are attracted to saucers or plastic pots of milk or beer (they drown themselves in ecstacy).

70. Slugs
What do organic growers do about. slugs? David Storey. It would be nice to be ableto say that organic gardeners have a simple magic solution for slugs.
What do organic growers do about Slugs?
David Storey
It would be nice to be able to say that organic gardeners have a simple magic solution for slugs. But they haven't. Indeed there is some evidence that the slimy creatures prefer organic plants.
Organic gardeners do all they can to make their gardens less attractive to the slug. Too much weed cover or badly drained areas provide a haven for them. Travel is difficult for the slug on dry soil so watering only around the base of susceptible plants can give your plants some protection. Slugs like the lush watery growth of over-fed plants. So don't overdo the liquid feeding. Predators Slugs have many predators. Birds, hedgehogs, frogs and moles are just some of them. In country areas, keeping a few ducks is an effective way of reducing their numbers.
During dry spells, slugs go underground. But you can help the birds and other predators to get at them by turning over the soil in the areas where the slugs are most active.
Loosening the soil during cold weather will expose slug eggs to the frost and thus reduce the numbers of the next generation.

71. BigPond Slugs Broadband Users ICON News
BigPond slugs broadband users. ASIC casts a wide Net. The graduates. BigPond slugsbroadband users. Love on the run. The future home will wear a Sony badge.

72. Alcan Packaging - Pharmaceutical - Aluminum Slugs
We are the world leader in the production of aluminum slugs, supplyingover 16,000 tons a year to customers in more than 20 countries.
We are the world leader in the production of aluminum slugs, supplying over 16,000 tons a year to customers in more than 20 countries. With a daily challenge to remain Best in Class comes our unwavering commitment to excellence in our products and services, driven by our highly motivated team and "Just in Time" deliveries at competitive prices. Aluminum slugs are available for cans, collapsible tubes, bottles, pressure tanks and fire extinguishers, as well as for technical parts. FEATURES
  • Aluminum 99.5% (1050 A); 99.6% (1060 A); 99.7% (1070 A) Aluminum special alloy 0.3% manganese Outside diameter range for plain slugs: 10.80 mm to 101.00 mm Outside diameter range for slugs with a center hole: 10.90 mm to 99.80 mm Thickness: 3.00 mm to 13.50 mm Shapes: Flat, Domed or Conical EN 570 Tolerances

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73. Join The Seed Savers Revolution
Plant seeds as well as save seeds, and protect them from slugs Make the spaceand time to stay in tune with my higher Bean , and except my lower rooty
Design By Nature All Go Wild Irish Wildflower Growers Home Seed Mixtures Species-Data-Pages With Photographs Wildflower Gardening Tips ... Simple Growing Instructions Submit Data Free Online Quotation Wild Places The Story of Seed Gardens Open to the Public DBN on a Global Scale Links ... Weeds Join the seed savers revolution! Leave this site and go to the The Irish seed Savers
Read the following slightly adapted, manifesto and apply it to your life...
This international Seed Savers manifesto has been changed in regard to Irish plant growing and gardening conditions.
I, affirm that I will constantly ;................. Plant seeds as well as save seeds, and protect them from Slugs
Make the space and time to stay in tune with my higher "Bean", and except my lower "rooty" goodness. In essence I am a slug.
Never let go of the big vision even when the slugs are bigger
Put my values, including integrity, compassion, and love at the center of my compost making and slug discouragement
Believe in myself so others will, too. Believe in the power of slugs especially on a warm misty night.

74. Cold Slugs
Cold slugs. Parameters, Possible Remedy. Process, 1. Increase melt temperature2. Increase sprue break 3. Increase mold temperature 4. Increase injection speed.
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Cold Slugs
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2. Increase sprue break
3. Increase mold temperature
4. Increase injection speed
Material 1. Decrease moisture content
2. Decrease contamination
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Mold/Part Design 1. Increase cold slug well
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75. The Trail Of The Snail
Information about land and freshwater snails and slugs by family, photo gallery, and snails in literature, poetry, and art.
The trail of the snail Evolution Biology Classification Snail species ... What's new Yes,i like snails and slugs,and not the kind that appear on restaurantmenus called escargots, but the ones that live in the garden leaving slimy trails.Ok,call me weird if you like but i really love the little creepers,i rather use snailmail than email and the Snailwatcher by Patricia Highsmith is one of my favourite stories. This site contains three sub-sites:the landsnails site,the freshwatersnails site and the slugs site . Each part is designed so that it can be viewed as a separate site.Because of that you might run into information you found earlier on another part of the site. What's there for you at this site: Evolution tells how the snails evolved to what they are today. Biology has info on the biology of snails, Classification tells you about the classification of snailfamilies and the differences between the Prosobranchs and Pulmonates. The Slug pages has information on slugs and slugspecies, the Links page know what.Ofcourse there is some poetry written about such a beautiful animal. Snails are not often mentioned in literature but

76. Hort-Pro - Those Creepy Slimy Sneaky Slugs
Welcome to HortPro. THOSE CREEPY SLIMY SNEAKY slugs. SNAILS. by Bruce Zimmerman.slugs and snails are sneaky because they attack under the cover of darkness.

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John A. Morley N.P.D., B.Sc., M.Sc. Welcome to Hort-Pro THOSE CREEPY SLIMY SNEAKY SLUGS by Bruce Zimmerman Slugs and snails are sneaky because they attack under the cover of darkness. They will go to great lengths to obtain their favourite foods. Slugs to this end will stretch out to twenty times their normal length enabling them to squeeze through the smallest openings. Those slimy trails that they leave behind while unsightly also act as a sign post on the super highway to their favourite foods. Yes, on subsequent evening forages all the other snails and slugs will follow this super highway too.

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78. The Latest “Surefire” Methods Of Controlling Slugs
The Latest Surefire Methods of Controlling slugs. By Robert C. Olson. St. If therewhere a best way of controlling slugs there wouldn’t be so many ways.
    The Latest "Surefire" Methods of Controlling Slugs By Robert C. Olson St. Louis Park, Minnesota DILETTANTE SYSTEMS: If there where a "best" way of controlling slugs there wouldn’t be so many ways. Over the years one has seen scads of articles written on this subject, many of them very imaginative. This summer I heard of more new schemes than ever before. Perhaps this is because I had significant problems with these unspeakable pests and was looking for alternatives to failed strategies. When my current system didn’t appear to be permanently eliminating the slugs I looked for a new method-and there where many to choose from. The New Wave: Reliable expert information was needed. I called the department of plant pathology at the renowned University of Minnesota School of Agriculture. They didn't have a clue as to whether it would be harmful to hostas or any other horticultural material, but it wouldn't lay a glove on alfalfa they said. The supreme guru of horticulture problems in Minnesota is Deb Brown, Director of the State Horticultural Society. The department of plant pathology, which by now was interested in this, had her call me to discuss it. She didn't know either, but encouraged me to try it on a few replaceable plants and let her know at the end of the season. Good advice. Most of the usual chemicals were only slightly effective in the big outbreak occurring at my place this year. The epidemic may have been as a result of adding huge amounts of compost to each plant in early spring-as any competetive gardener would do to get bigger and better plants than any one else. A warm wet May and being out of town, thus leaving the garden unprotected for a week or more at crucial times when the slugs are actively mating and laying eggs were additional factors.

79. National Home Gardening Club - Library
Home Gardening Library Prevent slugs, Prevent slugs slugs are sneaky,slimy marauders. The yeast attracts slugs, and they drown in the beer.

80. INC: The Slugs Of Vapula
The slugs of Vapula. By (GR Cogman). The Teaser. Amighty to.). What's Really Going On. slugs of Vapula. Really. Your
The Slugs of Vapula
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The Teaser
A mighty kaboom in the Symphony, as a local (wherever is convenient) Tether is attacked and then destroyed. If the players get there in time to do something, they get to face off with a gang of skinheads, led by a dark man in a leather jacket - this man actually performs action that defaces/destroys the Tether, and disappears in the blast of Celestial power, which should strew the PCs around the place. Who is the man in leather? A Malakite of David. Who are the gang? His Soldiers and followers. What's going on? Ah, that's more interesting. Alternatively, the above actions have already taken place, and the PCs are asked to look into it by Superiors (David, or their own bosses, or whoever the Tether belonged to.)
What's Really Going On
Slugs of Vapula. Really. Your local dubious and unwise Scientific Laboratory (I'm sure there's one around) has been experimenting, with diabolical inspiration, with these slug-like creatures the size of a sausage or so, that can link to the brainstem and control a person's actions. These slugs could theoretically be controlled remotely. Wonderful. At least, the Shedites who are possessing the slugs think that it's wonderful. They're in the slug, the slug is in the human, and they're almost totally hidden. Also, no will struggle, as the slug controls the body autonomically, and they control the slug mentally.

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