Truncatellina callicratis

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Truncatellina callicratis
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Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Gastropoda
Subclass: Heterobranchia
Superorder: Eupulmonata
Order: Stylommatophora
Family: Vertiginidae
Genus: Truncatellina
Species:
T. callicratis
Binomial name
Truncatellina callicratis
(Scacchi, 1833)

Truncatellina callicratis is a species of very small air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Vertiginidae, the vertigo snails.

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Distribution

This species is known to occur in a number of countries and islands including:

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References

  1. Pokryszko B. M., Auffenberg K., Hlaváč J. Č. & Naggs F. (2009). "Pupilloidea of Pakistan (Gastropoda: Pulmonata): Truncatellininae, Vertigininae, Gastrocoptinae, Pupillinae (In Part)". Annales Zoologici 59(4): 423-458. doi : 10.3161/000345409X484847.