edited by G.M. Barker
Terrestrial molluscs have become increasingly important as crop pests in agriculture and as vectors of helminth parasites in humans and domestic livestock. This text is aimed at students and professionals concerned with the conservation of molluscan communities in natural habitats and control of pestiferous species. It draws together the available information on the diversity of organisms that constitute the natural enemies of terrestrial molluscs, providing a synthesis of knowledge and research on predators, parasites and pathogens.