|Semilimax pyrenaicus shown figure 1 as Vitrina hibernica|
(A. Férussac, 1821)
Vitrina hibernica J. Taylor 1908
For terms see gastropod shell.
The body of this semi-slug is too large to be contained in the very flat and depressed ear-shaped shell. The shell body whorl is ¾ of the total breadth viewed from above. It is very thin, fragile and transparent.Shell colour is greenish or yellowish.The shell aperture has a mouth membrane which runs from the umbilicus along the inside of the outer lip.The animal is pale to dark grey or black, paler forms have large dark grey areas.The mantle lobe is very large.Genitalia:Penis with appendix, joins vagina below the insertion of spermatheca duct.
This species is known to occur in:
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- Semilimax pyrenaicus at Animalbase taxonomy,short description, distribution, biology,status (threats), images
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- Fauna Europaea Search Distribution
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