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Systematics of the species belonging to the genus alopia gastropoda pulmonata


, : Systematics of the species belonging to the genus alopia gastropoda pulmonata. Travaux du Museum d'Histoire Naturelle "Grigore Antipa" 21: 33-42

The value of genital, radular and clausilium morphology in the taxonomy of Alopia is discussed. Species discussed include A. livida (Menke), A. lischkeana (Charpentier), A. regalis (M. Bielz), A. plumbea (Rossmassler), A. magnifica R. W. Bradet, A. mafteiana Grossu, A. lactea (E. A. Bielz) A. canescens (Charpentier), A. bogatensis (E. A. Bielz), A. bielzii (Pfeiffer), A. intercedens (Rossmassler), A. nordsiecki Grossu and A. fussiana (E. A. Bielz). In Alopia, the clausilium is a subspecies character completing the characters of the shell. It is erroneous to consider the primitiveness or the evolution of Alopiae by the presence or absence of the clausilium.

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