Susan Ellis, , Bugwood.org
Golden Apple Snail
Pomacea canaliculata

Golden Apple Snail (Pomacea canaliculata ) is a mollusk pest of fresh water. It is a native of South America and was first detected in Hawaii in 1970s.

A serious pest to rice crops and taro, this pest is noted for its prolific appetite and production of bright pink egg masses.

 
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