Slug or Snail Report Form Report slugs or snails to MISC and the Department of Health. Thank you for taking the time to survey your yard or garden for slugs and snails. Your efforts will help us to better understand the distribution of the various slug and snail species found on Maui and mitigate the risk of spreading rat lungworm. The data collected will be shared with the Maui Invasive Species Committee and the Department of Health but will not be shared publicly. While you may not have the slug that is the high-risk carrier of the rat lungworm parasite, the semi-slug, you still want to avoid handling slugs or snails with your bare hands. Use disposable gloves and chopsticks or tongs dedicated for that purpose. The parasite can be carried in many different slugs and snails though at a lower rate. More information on how to conduct surveys for slugs and snails can be found by clicking here: How to survey for slugs and snails. Questions marked with an * are required. All others are optional. The more you are able to enter the better we can respond.Your email (optional) Your phone number*Your name* First Last Contact person at property (if different from searcher - optional) First Last Phone number of property (if different from searcher - optional)Email of property (if different from searcher - optional) Address of Search*Please enter the address searched above or move the slug on the map below to the search location by clicking and dragging the slug or clicking on the map.MapCoordinates (optional)I am a:*General member of the public and curious about a slug or snail I found.Serious slug searcher. Designated community lead.Professional searcher. Agency affiliated searcher.Agency*MISCDOHHDOADLNRCTAHRUH - HiloUH - ManoaBishop MuseumFor reference, the following are images of semi-slugs. If you think this is a semi-slug, why? Check all that apply (optional). It looks like one of the photos above. It has a mantle (backpack like structure) that covers 1/2 to 2/3 of the body length. It has a yellowish vestigial shell that is sometimes seen through the mantle. It has a sharply keeled (ridged) tail that ends in split/forked fashion. Please drop pictures of what you found here. Pictures of the top, head, and tail are most helpful (optional). Drop files here or Is there evidence of rats present (e.g. rat droppings, chewed produce, see/hear rats )? optionalYesNoIs there food being grown on the property? If so, what is growing? (optional)What time did you start the search? Please include AM or PM.* : HH MM AM PM What time did you end the search? Please include AM or PM.* : HH MM AM PM How did you search? (optional)Visual onlyTrapsBaitWhat type of trap did you use? (optional)What type of bait did you use? (optional)Are you controlling for slugs and snails? (optional)YesNoFor reference, this page contains some of the common slugs found on Maui: http://www.starrenvironmental.com/flickr/slugs/ Can you identify any of the slugs or snails you found? If so, please list them. (optional)Number of slugs seen (can be zero)*Number of snails seen (can be zero)*Are the slugs or snails climbing on anything higher than one foot above the ground? (optional)YesNoWeather (optional)WetDryDo you have any additional notes or comments? Such as terrain or vegetation (optional).EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.