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Distribution and conservation status of the dune snail Succinea archeyi Powell (Stylommatophora: Succineidae) in northern New Zealand


, : Distribution and conservation status of the dune snail Succinea archeyi Powell (Stylommatophora: Succineidae) in northern New Zealand. Science for Conservation ( 129): 29 pp.

Surveys were carried out in 1994-98 to determine the location, size, habitats and conservation status of extant populations of the endemic dune snail Succinea archeyi in northern New Zealand. S. archeyi was found living in sandfield and prostrate shrubland on fifteen coastal dunefields: ten in northern and eastern Northland; and five on the eastern Coromandel Peninsula.

Accession: 003408891

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