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Ślimaki (Gastropoda) Kotliny i Pogórza Wałbrzyskiego
 
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Museum of Natural History, Wrocław University, Wrocław, Poland
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Tomasz K. Maltz
Museum of Natural History, Wrocław University, Sienkiewicza 21, 50-335 Wrocław, Poland
Submission date: 1998-11-15
Acceptance date: 1999-01-15
Publication date: 2020-07-13
 
Folia Malacol. 1999;7(1):51–72
 
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The gastropod fauna of the glen Kotlina Wałbrzyska and highlands Pogórze Wałbrzyskie was studied in 1993–1995. A total of 89 species were collected from 63 localities. The following species are rare in the Sudetes: Segmentina nitida (O. F. Müll.), Succinea elegans Risso, Vertigo antivertigo (Drap.), Arion silvaticus Lohmander, Vitrea contracta (Wstld), Daudebardia rufa (Drap.), Tandonia rustica (Millet), Clausilia parvula Fér., Balea perversa (L.), Helicodonta obvoluta (O. F. Müll.) and Causa holosericeum (Studer). The fauna of the glen Kotlina Wałbrzyska differs from that of the highlands Pogórze Wałbrzyskie, the former being much poorer as a result of the strong anthropopressure. Zoogeographically, widely distributed species (Holarctic, Palaearctic, Eurosiberian, European) constitute most of the studied fauna (51.6%).
 
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