Over a ten-year period, Ian Killeen covered over 70% of the tetrads in Suffolk. The results of his survey (probably the most detailed in Britain) have been computerised; the SBIS database now holds over 45,000 records. The results were published in The Land & Freshwater Molluscs of Suffolk. (1992).
Further information on recording and identification can be found on the Conchological Society website.
Basic Suffolk Checklist on Recorder.
The Land & Freshwater Molluscs of Suffolk: An Atlas and History. I. Killeen (1992 SNS Out of print)
Other papers from Suffolk Natural History
Non-marine Mollusca survey, 1986. I.J. Killeen (1987) Open
Limax valentianus Ferussac (Mollusea: Limacidae) new to Suffolk. I.J. Killeen (1987) Open
The non-marine Mollusca of Suffolk. I.J Killeen (1986) Open
Freshwater Mussels at Campsea Ashe. Earl of Cranbrook (1974) Open
A New Suffolk locality for the Snail Monacha cartusiana (Müller). M. Bishop & S. Bishop (1972) Open
A Contribution to the Census of the Non-marine Mollusca of Suffolk. H.E.J. Biggs (1969) Open
Mollusca of Bobbit’s Hole A.G. Davies (1954) Open
An Albino Ramshorn Snail. E. Eden (1965) Open
The Mollusca of Suffolk (1938) Open
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