2 edition of land snail genus Amphidromus found in the catalog.
land snail genus Amphidromus
Frank Fortescue Laidlaw
|Series||[Chicago. Natural History Museum] Publication 924|
|Contributions||Solem, Alan, 1931- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .F4 vol. 41, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||677|
|LC Control Number||61012398|
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The land snail genus Amphidromus: a synoptic catalogue land snail genus Amphidromus book Frank Fortescue Laidlaw and Alan Solem. Related Titles. Series: Fieldiana. Zoology ; v. 41, no. 4 Series: Publication (Chicago Natural History Museum) ; By.
Laidlaw, Frank Fortescue. The land snail genus Amphidromus: a synoptic catalogue [by] Frank Fortescue Laidlaw and Alan Solem by Laidlaw, Frank Fortescue; Solem, George Alan, Pages: Download book Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text The land snail genus Amphidromus: a synoptic catalogue [by] Frank Fortescue Laidlaw and Alan by: 5.
The land snail genus Amphidromus: a synoptic catalogue [by] Frank Fortescue Laidlaw and Alan Solem. Taxonomy. Its subgeneric placement is Incertae sedis. Description. Amphidromus cognatus is large, with a shell length ranging from land snail genus Amphidromus book mm (– inches) and a diameter of 12–17 mm (– inches).
The ground colour of its shell is yellow, land snail genus Amphidromus book with a peripheral spiral brown band, a purplish apical suffusion and a light yellow or white : Camaenidae.
Full text of "The land snail genus Amphidromus: a synoptic catalogue [by] Frank Fortescue Laidlaw and Alan Solem" See other formats. Land snails of the genus Amphidromus from Thailand: (Mollusca: Pulmonata: Camaenidae) (Proceedings of the United States National Museum) [Alan Solem] on Author: Alan Solem.
Systematic review of the land snail genus Neocepolis Pilsbry, (Pulmonata: Camaenidae) from north Vietnam Article land snail genus Amphidromus book Available) in Journal of Natural History 41() June Abstract. Extensive series of Amphidromus Albers, were collected from low-altitude areas (30– m above sea level) in Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia between and Data on shell colour, genital and spermatophore morphology, and radular structure are presented.
Five species of Amphidromus (Amphidromus) are reviewed, of which four occur in by: The land snail genus Amphidromus Albers, and its subgenus Syndromus Pilsbry, (family Camaenidae) in Laos are revised.
Fourteen species from various habitats of deciduous forest and limestone areas throughout Laos are confirmed. The classification is revised and discussed, based on material examined from Laos, Cambodia, Land snail genus Amphidromus book and Thailand and after comparison with the type Cited by: 1.
Land snail, any of the approximat species of snails (phylum Mollusca) adapted to life away from species are members of the subclass Pulmonata (class Gastropoda); a few are members of the subclass lly, land snails live on or near the ground, feed on decaying plant matter, and lay their eggs in the soil.
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The collection of the Southeast Asian tree snail genus Amphidromus Albers, at the Natural History Museum, London includes more than lots of type specimens representing 85 name-bearing types, 9 paratypes and 6 paralectotypes, and one nomen nudum.
(Fig. An earlier study on the genus Amphidromus indicates temperature as an important factor; tem-perature changes may affect the future distribution of the genus (klorvuTTimonTara et al. Our observation suggests that A.
sinensis is very sensitive to climate. Land snails disperse over long distance only through passive dispersal. Achatina achatina. Linné, Subcategories: Achatina achatina achatina Achatina achatina is the biggest species of genus Achatina and also the biggest land snail in the world.
It can reach shell length of 30 cm, but the largest specimens in captivity are up to 20. Herein we present the first comprehensive annotated checklist with an up-to-date systematic framework of the land snail fauna in Laos based on both field investigations and literature surveys.
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The taxonomy of the Gastropoda is still under revision, and more and more of the old taxonomy is being abandoned, as the results of molecular studies slowly become clearer. AUSTRALIAN LAND SNAIL TAXONOMY: PHYLUM MOLLUSCA CLASS GASTROPODA SUPERORDER NERITIMORPHA Superfamily Helicinoidea Family Helicinidae Superfamily Hydrocenoidea Family Hydrocenidae.
Powelliphanta is a genus of large, air-breathing land snails, pulmonate gastropods in the family Rhytididae, found only in New are carnivorous, eating invertebrates, mostly native restricted to very small areas of moist forest, they are prey to introduced mammalian predators, and many species are threatened or : Gastropoda.
Initially he placed this snail in the genus classification of Helix, but later students placed it in the genus Allogona after examining the snail’s internal anatomy. Zoologists place the name of the authority in parentheses if the currently accepted generic name is different from the.
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Cornu aspersum, known by the common name garden snail, is a species of land such it is a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusc in the family Helicidae, which includes some of the most commonly familiar land all terrestrial molluscs, this species may well be the most widely English texts it was classified under the name Helix aspersa for over two centuries, but the Class: Gastropoda.
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The snail is found on every continent on Earth with the possible exception of Antarctica, although it is thought that there are a number of Scientific name: Achatinoidea.
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atricallosus perakensis material from various localities in Peninsular Malaysia showed that the Singapore population is distinct.