Truncatophaedusa

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Truncatophaedusa
Scientific classification
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clade Heterobranchia clade Euthyneura
clade Panpulmonata
clade Eupulmonata
clade Stylommatophora
informal group Sigmurethra
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Genus:
Truncatophaedusa

Species:
Truncatophaedusa evae

Majoros, Németh, L. & Szili-Kovács, 1994.

Truncatophaedusa is a monotypic land snail genus belonging to the family Clausiliidae, the door snails, all of which have a clausilium. The sole species belonging to the genus is Truncatophaedusa evae Majoros, Németh, L. & Szili-Kovács, 1994.

Ecology

The species inhabits a small area in the Western Caucasus in the vicinity of Sochi. It is known from two localities:

Nordsieck (2007) [3] considers the genus Truncatophaedusa to be a subgenus of the genus Serrulina .

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References

  1. Majoros, Németh, L. & Szili-Kovács (1994). "Truncatophaedusa evae n. gen. n. sp.: A new representative of Serrulininae from the western Caucasus (Pulmonata: Clausiliidae).". Archiv für Molluskenkunde123(1/6): 123-126.
  2. Majoros, Németh, L. & Szili-Kovács (1994). "Truncatophaedusa evae n. gen. n. sp.: A new representative of Serrulininae from the western Caucasus (Pulmonata: Clausiliidae).". Archiv für Molluskenkunde123(1/6): 123-126.
  3. Nordsieck, Hartmut (2007). Worldwide Door Snails (Clausiliidae), recent and fossil. Hackenheim, Germany: ConchBooks. p. 214.