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Partulina physa
((snails))

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Partulina physa is native to Hawaii. 


Taxonomy & nomenclature

Partulina physa information from ITIS
The Integrated Taxonomic Information System ITIS provides authoritative taxonomic information on Partulina physa, as well as other plants, animals, fungi, and microbes of North America and the world.


Threats to this species

Protection for gorgeous Hawaii tree snails
The habitat of the last population of the Big Island tree snail Partulina physa will be protected by a conservation agreement between the land owner and the Nature Conservancy (Raising Islands blog, Jan TenBruggencate, 1/14/2009).


Images

Protection for gorgeous Hawaii tree snails
The habitat of the last population of the Big Island tree snail Partulina physa will be protected by a conservation agreement between the land owner and the Nature Conservancy (Raising Islands blog, Jan TenBruggencate, 1/14/2009).


In the news

Protection for gorgeous Hawaii tree snails
The habitat of the last population of the Big Island tree snail Partulina physa will be protected by a conservation agreement between the land owner and the Nature Conservancy (Raising Islands blog, Jan TenBruggencate, 1/14/2009).


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