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Why are terrestrial gastropods of Poland threatened?
 
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Museum of Natural History, Wrocław University, Poland
Submission date: 1998-07-06
Acceptance date: 1998-09-18
Publication date: 2020-07-09
 
Folia Malacol. 1998;6(1-4):63–71
 
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Reasons for threats to land gastropods have been estimated based on literature pertaining to the native malacofauna. Both according to our own estimate, derived from ecological information on each species, and to a variety of authors, the main reason for threat is replacement of natural habitats with anthropogenic ones. Other dangers are: random events that may damage small, isolated populations, industrial pollution, mowing, grazing and tourism.
 
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