List of non-marine molluscs of Poland

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Location of Poland

There are approximately 265 species[1] of non-marine molluscs living in the wild in Poland.

Systematic list[edit]

The list is in zoological order rather than alphabetical order. The Polish common name (where one exists) of each mollusc is given first, in parentheses, and then the scientific name.

The source for the non-marine species on this list is: CLECOM-PROJECT: Checklist of species-group taxa of continental Mollusca living in the Netherlands (CLECOM Section I) 14-07-2002 with changes.

Gastropoda[edit]

Neritidae

Aciculidae

Viviparidae

Bithyniidae

Hydrobiidae

Amnicolidae

Valvatidae

Acroloxidae

Lymnaeidae

Physidae

Planorbidae

Ellobiidae

Succineidae

Cochlicopidae

Orculidae

Argnidae

Valloniidae

Pupillidae

Pyramidulidae

Chondrinidae

Vertiginidae[4]

Enidae

Clausiliidae

Ferussaciidae

Punctidae

Helicodiscidae

Discidae

Pristilomatidae

Euconulidae

Gastrodontidae

Oxychilidae

Milacidae

Vitrinidae

Boettgerillidae

Limacidae

Agriolimacidae

Arionidae

Bradybaenidae

Helicodontidae

Hygromiidae

Helicidae

Bivalvia[edit]

Margaritiferidae

Unionidae

Sphaeriidae

Dreissenidae

See also[edit]

Lists of molluscs of surrounding countries:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fauna Polski - charakterystyka i wykaz gatunków. Bogdanowicz W., Chudzicka E., Pilipiuk I. i Skibińska E. (red.). Vol. III. Warszawa: Muzeum i Instytut Zoologii PAN, 2008, p. 366. ISBN 978-83-88147-09-8
  2. ^ Dillon R. T., Wethington A. R., Rhett J. M. & Smith T. P. (2002). "Populations of the European freshwater pulmonate Physa acuta are not reproductively isolated from American Physa heterostopha or Physa integra. Invertebrate Biology 121(3): 226-234. doi:10.1111/j.1744-7410.2002.tb00062.x.
  3. ^ von Proschwitz T., Schander C. , Jueg U. & Thorkildsen S. (2009). "Morphology, ecology and DNA-barcoding distinguish Pupilla pratensis (Clessin, 1871) from Pupilla muscorum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Pulmonata: Pupillidae)". Journal of Molluscan Studies 75(4): 315-322. doi:10.1093/mollus/eyp038.
  4. ^ The Vertiginidae of Poland
  5. ^ Reise H., Hutchinson J. M. C., Forsyth R. G., Forsyth T. J. (2005) First records of the terrestrial slug Deroceras turcicum (Simroth, 1894) in Poland. - Folia Malacologica 13(4): 177–179. abstract