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Gros gris snails waking up after artificial hibernationGros gris snails waking up after artificial hibernationGros gris snails waking up after artificial hibernation© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails waking up after artificial hibernation

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One day eggs of gros gris snail in breedingOne day eggs of gros gris snail in breedingOne day eggs of gros gris snail in breeding© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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One day eggs of gros gris snail in breeding

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Gros gris snail eating vegetal yeast ; Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed.Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed.Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed. [AT]Gros gris snail eating vegetal yeastGros gris snail eating vegetal yeast ; Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed.Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed.Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed. [AT]© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snail eating vegetal yeast ; Open mouth reveals his

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Portrait of a gros gris snailPortrait of a gros gris snailPortrait of a gros gris snail© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of a gros gris snail

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Gros gris snails packaged for hibernation ; The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy.The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy.The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy. Gros gris snails packaged for hibernationGros gris snails packaged for hibernation ; The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy.The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy.The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails packaged for hibernation ; The natural

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Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day the snail remains in the shadow of the boards, it comes out at night to feed on clovers. Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under coverGros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day the snail remains in the shadow of the boards, it comes out at night to feed on clovers. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day

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Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day the snail remains in the shadow of the boards, it comes out at night to feed on turnip plants. Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under coverGros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day the snail remains in the shadow of the boards, it comes out at night to feed on turnip plants. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day

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Hatching of young gros gris snails ; Start of outbreak after three weeks of incubation. Hatching of young gros gris snailsHatching of young gros gris snails ; Start of outbreak after three weeks of incubation. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hatching of young gros gris snails ; Start of outbreak after

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs ; Three weeks old juveniles. Gros gris snails adults and youngsGros gris snails adults and youngs ; Three weeks old juveniles. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs ; Three weeks old juveniles. 

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old juveniles. Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a saladGros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old juveniles. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old juveniles. Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a saladGros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old juveniles. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old

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Sperm after mating of gros gris snails ; After mating, the genitals of both congeners are temporarily connected by a filament flexible and strong thread called sperm. Sperm after mating of gros gris snailsSperm after mating of gros gris snails ; After mating, the genitals of both congeners are temporarily connected by a filament flexible and strong thread called sperm. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sperm after mating of gros gris snails ; After mating, the

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Mating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.<br>The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (calcium dart of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right).While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (dart calcium of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right).While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (dart calcium of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right). Mating of gros gris snails on a saladMating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.
The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (calcium dart of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right).While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (dart calcium of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right).While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (dart calcium of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right). 
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Mating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it

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Mating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. Mating of gros gris snails on a saladMating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Mating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it

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Mating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. Mating of gros gris snailsMating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Mating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not

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Mating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. Mating of gros gris snailsMating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Mating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not

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Legal field of MarijuanaLegal field of MarijuanaLegal field of Marijuana© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Legal field of Marijuana

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Legal field of MarijuanaLegal field of MarijuanaLegal field of Marijuana© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Legal field of Marijuana

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Male and female inflorescences of MarijuanaMale and female inflorescences of MarijuanaMale and female inflorescences of Marijuana© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Male and female inflorescences of Marijuana

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Male inflorescence of MarijuanaMale inflorescence of MarijuanaMale inflorescence of Marijuana© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Male inflorescence of Marijuana

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Fields of barley and flax in bloomFields of barley and flax in bloomFields of barley and flax in bloom© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Fields of barley and flax in bloom

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Fields of turnip and flax in bloomFields of turnip and flax in bloomFields of turnip and flax in bloom© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Male inflorescence of corn in studioMale inflorescence of corn in studioMale inflorescence of corn in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Silks of corn in studioSilks of corn in studioSilks of corn in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Silks of corn in studio

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Poppy 'Oeillette' in bloom in studioPoppy 'Oeillette' in bloom in studioPoppy 'Oeillette' in bloom in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Poppy 'Oeillette' in bloomPoppy 'Oeillette' in bloomPoppy 'Oeillette' in bloom© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Poppies 'Oeillette' in fruit and bloomPoppies 'Oeillette' in fruit and bloomPoppies 'Oeillette' in fruit and bloom© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Poppies 'Oeillette' in fruitPoppies 'Oeillette' in fruitPoppies 'Oeillette' in fruit© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Field of poppies 'Oeillette' in fruitField of poppies 'Oeillette' in fruitField of poppies 'Oeillette' in fruit© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Field of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloomField of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloomField of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloom© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Field of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloom and villageField of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloom and villageField of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloom and village© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Field of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloomField of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloomField of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloom© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Combine harvester in a wheat fieldCombine harvester in a wheat fieldCombine harvester in a wheat field© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Harvest of textile flaxHarvest of textile flaxHarvest of textile flax© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cultivated flax and textile flax in studioCultivated flax and textile flax in studioCultivated flax and textile flax in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Vegetative cycle of cultivated flax in studioVegetative cycle of cultivated flax in studioVegetative cycle of cultivated flax in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cultivated flax in studioCultivated flax in studioCultivated flax in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cultivated flax fieldCultivated flax fieldCultivated flax field© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Common Atlantic slippersnail mating ; Three Crepidula on the back. Appears the male extended, coupled in the vaginal opening of the female first. We distinguish the gills consist of filaments. Common Atlantic slippersnail matingCommon Atlantic slippersnail mating ; Three Crepidula on the back. Appears the male extended, coupled in the vaginal opening of the female first. We distinguish the gills consist of filaments. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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