Stagnicola palustris

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Stagnicola palustris
Stagnicola palustris.jpg
Four shells of Stagnicola palustris
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Gastropoda
(unranked): clade Heterobranchia
clade Euthyneura
clade Panpulmonata
clade Hygrophila
Superfamily: Lymnaeoidea
Family: Lymnaeidae
Subfamily: Lymnaeinae
Genus: Stagnicola
Species: S. palustris
Binomial name
Stagnicola palustris
(O. F. Müller, 1774)[2]
Synonyms[3][4]
  • Lymnaea palustris
  • Lymnaea palustris f. turricula (Held, 1836)
  • Stagnicola turricula (Held, 1836)

Stagnicola palustris is a species of air-breathing freshwater snail, an aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Lymnaeidae, the pond snails.

Taxonomy[edit]

Stagnicola turricula is a synonym of Stagnicola palustris, because they are genetically independent,[5] but it is still sometimes listed separately.[6][7]

Description[edit]

The dimensions of the shell of an adult of this species are from about 10 to 18 mm in length, and about 6 to 10 mm in width.[8]

Distribution[edit]

This species of snail occurs in European countries and islands including:

Habitat[edit]

This snail lives in shallow, well-aerated freshwater habitats.

See also[edit]

Stagnicola palustris-like snails in the North America are named Stagnicola elodes, but it can be the same species.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ von Proschwitz T. & García N. (2012). "Stagnicola palustris". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>. Downloaded on 03 September 2014.
  2. ^ Müller O. F. (1774). Vermivm terrestrium et fluviatilium, seu animalium infusoriorum, helminthicorum, et testaceorum, non marinorum, succincta historia. Volumen alterum. pp. I-XXVI [= 1-36], 1-214, [1-10]. Havniae & Lipsiae. (Heineck & Faber).
  3. ^ Bargues M. D., Vigo M., Horak P., Dvorak J., Patzner R.A., Pointier J.P., Jackiewicz M., Meier-Brook C. & Mas-Coma S. (2001). "European Lymnaeidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda), intermediate hosts of trematodiases, based on nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS–2 sequences". Infection, Genetics and Evolution 1: 85-107.
  4. ^ Bargues M. D., Artigas P., Jackiewicz M., Pointier J. P. & Mas-Coma S. (2005). "Ribosomal DNA ITS–1 sequence analysis of European Stagnicoline Lymnaeidae (Gastropoda)". Heldia 6(1/2): 57-68.
  5. ^ a b c (Czech) Horsák M., Juřičková L., Beran L., Čejka T. & Dvořák L. (2010). "Komentovaný seznam měkkýšů zjištěných ve volné přírodě České a Slovenské republiky. [Annotated list of mollusc species recorded outdoors in the Czech and Slovak Republics]". Malacologica Bohemoslovaca, Suppl. 1: 1-37. PDF.
  6. ^ Prie V. & Seddon M. B. (2011). "Stagnicola turricula". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>. Downloaded on 03 September 2014.
  7. ^ "Species summary for Stagnicola turricula". AnimalBase, last modified 24 October 2008, accessed 3 September 2014.
  8. ^ "Species summary for Stagnicola palustris". AnimalBase, last modified 24 February 2009, accessed 24 February 2011.
  9. ^ (Czech) Beran L. (2002). Vodní měkkýši České Republiky - rozšíření a jeho změny, stanoviště, šíření, ohrožení a ochrana, červený seznam. Aquatic molluscs of the Czech Republic - distribution and its changes, habitats, dispersal, threat and protection, Red List. Sborník přírodovědného klubu v Uherském Hradišti, Supplementum 10, 258 pp.
  10. ^ (German) Glöer P. & Meier-Brook C. (2003). Süsswassermollusken. DJN, pp. 134, page 109, ISBN 3-923376-02-2.
  11. ^ Cordeiro J. & Perez K. (2012). "Stagnicola elodes". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>. Downloaded on 03 September 2014.

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