U.S. Army Garrison Hawai`i Invasive Snail Files

Prepared by: The O`ahu Army Natural Resource Program (OANRP),

Ph: (808) 656-7641 (East Base Office) or  655-9175 (West Base Office) 656-7741 (outreach) 656-8341 Fax: (808) 656-7471. Building 1595 Schofield Barracks, HI 96857

About this webpage: Available here are files pertaining to invasive snails These were produced by PCSU, under contract with the U.S. Army Garrison Hawai`i for the Island of O`ahu. Files appear in chronological order.

Maps to sensitive rare resources have been removed from these documents

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Joe, S. December 2013 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 7.4 Nike/Pahole Nursery Snail Invasion Detection Protocol

2013 Status Report

Joe, S. December 2012 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Appendix 3-4 Euglandina rosea Control Plan at the Puu Hapapa enclosure

2012 Status Report

Cowie, R. 2012. Appendix ES-8 Snail Invasion Detection Protocol

2012 Status Report

Holland, B.S., T. Chock, A. Lee, and S. Sugihara. 2012. Tracking Behavior in the Snail Euglandina rosea: First Evidence of Preference for Endemic vs. Biocontrol Target Pest Species in Hawaii. American Malacological Bulletin 30 (1): 153-157

Meyer, W.M., and R.H. Cowie. 2010. Feeding preferences of two predatory snails introduced to Hawaii and their conservation implications. Malacologia 53 (1): 135-144

Keir, M., and L. Weisenberger. Oral Presentation. July 2010. Controlling Alien Snails in Rare Plant Nurseries for Reintroductions. 18th Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference (HCC)

HCC 2010

Hurt and Whitelaw. November 2010 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Appendix 4-2: Euglandina rosea detection by dogs, February-March 2010 (Working Dogs for Conservation)

2010 Status Report

OANRP Staff. 2010. Appendix 4-3: Euglandina rosea exclosure construction

2010 Status Report

Meyer, W.M., and A.B. Shiels. 2009. Black Rat (Rattus rattus) Predation on Nonindigenous Snails in Hawaii: Complex Management Implications. Pacific Science 63(3): 339-347

Keir, M. December 2009. Pest Alert: Alien Snails Found in Greenhouses -Can We Keep Them Out of Our Native Forests?

Whitelaw, A., A. Hurt, K. Kawelo, S. Joe and V. Costello. Poster. July 2009. Using Detector Dogs to find Euglandina rosea. 17th Annual Hawaii Conservation Conference (HCC)

HCC 2009

Rappun, N. November 2007 Status Reports for the Makua Implementation Plan and the Draft Oahu Implementation Plan. Appendix 3-3: Euglandina exclosure project

2007 Status Report

Cowie, R.H. and W.M. Meyer III. 2007. Appendix 3-4: Year 2: Microhabitat utilization, population size estimates, and possible control of the introduced predatory snail Euglandina rosea on O'ahu, Hawai'i

2007 Status Report

Joe, S. Dceember 2006 Status Reports for the Makua Implementation Plan and the Draft Oahu Implementation Plan Chapter 6 Research Activities: Euglandina rosea problem statement

2006 Status Report

Cowie, R.H. and W.M. Meyer III. 2006. Appendix IX: Proposed Euglandina rosea research. Feeding ecology, microhabitat utilization, population size estimates, and possible control of the introduced predatory snail Euglandina rosea on Oahu, Hawaii (Year 2)

2006 Status Report

Cowie, R.H. and W.M. Meyer III. 2006. Status Reports for the Mākua Implementation Plan and the Draft O'ahu Implementation Plan. Appendix X: Year 1 results: feeding ecology of the introduced predatory snail Euglandina rosea

2006 Status Report