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Table 1 Description of sampling sites used for slug mass sampling between July and October 2014

From: Travelling at a slug’s pace: possible invertebrate vectors of Caenorhabditis nematodes

Code Loc type Description GPS
G Patha Path “Schwarzer Weg” 54°20′58.4″N
10°06′51.4″E
J Patha Path “Schwarzer Weg” 54°21′35.0″N
10°07′10.2″E
P Patha Small path “Russee” along a brook, between a living area and a lake 54°18′08.0″N
10°05′12.8″E
W Patha Path “Melsdorf Landstrasse” close to street 54°18′59.4″N
10°02′08.9″E
BB Patha Path “Mühlenweg” 54°20′36.4″N
10°07′03.7″E
L Park Surroundings of the lake” Russee” shady because of trees 54°17′55.9″N
10°05′01.4″E
N Park Park “Moorteichwiesen” with some smaller water areas, frequently used by humans 54°18′37.7″N
10°07′15.1″E
R Park Park “Schützenwallpark” next to a lake, many stinging-nettles, frequently used by humans 54°19′00.7″N
10°06′47.4″E
U Park Flower bed in a park “Schlossgarten” 54°19′40.9″N
10°08′40.6″E
V Park Meadow in the old botanical garden, meadow is surrounded by trees 54°19′50.8″N
10°08′47.3″E
Z Park Park “Forstbaumschule”, meadows and trees 54°20′56.1″N
10°08′29.8″E
H Garden Private garden without compost 54°22′32.3″N
10°08′07.7″E
Q Garden Path “Russee” close to garden plots, close to a brook, apple and plum trees available 54°18′14.6″N
10°05′28.9″E
S Garden Private garden with apple trees in a village close to Kiel 54°13′13.2″N
10°03′54.1″E
Y Garden Natural finish gardens in a trailer park, apple trees and other fruit trees including rotting fruits 54°18′41.4″N
10°05′00.2″E
M Compost 3 Big compost heaps in the botanical garden, different decomposing stages, partly covered by straw and pumpkins 54°20′47.0″N
10°07′03.8″E
O Compost Compost close to a beach volleyball cort, mainly grass, leaves and soil, approx. 15 m distance to a sports field 54°20′38.3″N
10°06′56.1″E
T Compost Private garden with compost, mostly grass and some kitchen garbage 54°20′30.2″N
10°05′52.0″E
X Compost Private garden with several compost heaps and an apple tree 54°20′25.1″N
10°07′35.7″E
I Meadow Meadow “Kopperpahler Au” with weed, separated by a path, partly next to a small river 54°20′46.5″N
10°05′27.9″E
K Forest Forest “Tiergehege Tannenberg” 54°21′53.0″N
10°07′04.0″E
  1. loc type location type.
  2. aA path either tarred or made out of sand, often some grass areas in close proximity, but without the big grass lawn found in parks (see Additional file 2A–E).