Invertebrates make up about 99% of terrestrial biodiversity on our planet. Molluscs are the third most common group after Insects and Fungi. Snails and slugs represent 6% of the world’s terrestrial fauna.
AUSTRALIAN LAND SNAILS:
Australia has about 3000 species of land snails ranging from tiny snails measuring about 1mm to the largest land snail, the Giant Panda Snail, Hedleyella falconeri.
Great site John, great work
Thanks Chris. How are you going? TSW