Blue-grey Taildropper Publications

Blue-grey Taildropper Habitat Guide (2013) (PDF)

Visual ID Guide to the Blue-grey Taildropper(2012) (5MB PDF)

BGTD Guide 2

Annual Reports on Blue-grey Taildropper Stewardship Activities

The Blue-grey Taildropper (Prophysaon coeruleum) is a small forest-dwelling slug native to Western North America. In Canada, it is known only from scattered sites on southern Vancouver Island, where it occurs in remnant forest patches within a largely urbanized landscape. Here we report on surveys for terrestrial gastropods (land snails and slugs), focusing on the Blue-grey Taildropper, carried out in autumn 2011 within the Capital Regional District (CRD).


Blue-grey Taildropper 2016 Report: Results of Surveys Landowner Contact (2017) (PDF)
Blue-grey Taildropper 2015 Report: Results of Surveys Landowner Contact (2016)
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Blue-grey Taildropper 2014 Report: Results of Surveys Landowner Contact (2014) (PDF)
Blue-grey Taildropper 2013 Report: Results of Surveys Landowner Contact (2014) (PDF)
Blue-grey Taildropper 2012 Report: Results of Surveys Landowner Contact (2013) (PDF)
Blue-grey Taildropper 2012 Report: Results of Surveys & Landowner Contact(2013) (PDF)
Blue-grey Taildropper 2011 Report: Results of Surveys & Landowner Contact (2012) (1MB PDF)
Surveys for the Blue-Grey Taildropper and Other Gastropods at Risk with Focus on the Capital Regional District Parks, Fall 2010 (2010) (1.1MB pdf)

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