EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

The lymnaeidae from luxembourg


, : The lymnaeidae from luxembourg. Bulletin de la Societe des Naturalistes Luxembourgeois (86): 5-58

A general discussion of the Lymnaeidae with morphological, anatomic, biological and taxonomic data was presented. A determination key to the genus Lymnaea (L. glutinosa, L. auricularia, L. peregra, L. stagnalis, L. truncatula, L. glabra, L. palustris) was provided. L. glutinosa has never been reported in Luxembourg and L. glabra could not be found although its presence was previously reported. The remaining 5 Lymnaea spp. and their forms were described and their distribution in Luxembourg was given.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 006712500

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Salentiny, J., 1986: Les Lymnaeidae du Grand-Duche de Luxembourg. A general discussion of the Lymnaeidae with morphological, anatomic, biological and taxonomic data was presented. A determination key to the genus Lymnaea (L. glutinosa, L. auricularia, L. peregra, L. stagnalis, L. truncatula, L. glabra, L. palust...

Roszkowski, W., 1926: Materjaly do poznania rodziny Lymnaeidae. vii. Contributions to the study of the family Lymnaeidae. vii. The structure of the prostate of the Lymnaeidae. Annales Zool Mus Polonici Hist Nat Warszawa, 5: 1-14

Maubeuge, PL., 1998: Observations and geological studies on the Lower Liassic of Luxembourg, Belgium and the principality of Luxembourg Observations et etudes geologiques sur le Lias Inferieur du Luxembourg Belge et du Grand Duche de Luxembourg. Numerous geological sections of the Lower Jurasic from Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are detailed and commented. Specific data on stratigraphy, lithology, and geological cartography form this region are discussed.

Roszkowski, W., 1926: Przyczynki do poznania rodziny Lymnaeidae. ii i iii. Contributions to the study of the family Lymnaeidae. ii. and iii. Annales Zool Mus Polonici Hist Nat Warszawa, 4: 277-286

Anonymous, 1926: Contributions to the study of the family Lymnaeidae VII The structure of the prostate of the Lymnaeidae

Valero, MA.; Marti, R.; Marcos, MD.; Robles, F.; Mas-Coma, S., 1998: Lymnea truncula Mollusca Lymnaeidae in the rice fields of eastern Spain Le mollusque Lymnaea truncatula Lymnaeidae dans les rizieres de lest de lEspagne. Snail sampling in the rice fields surrounding the lake of the Albufera Natural Park (Valencia, Spain) has revealed the presence of six aquatic snail species: Lymnaea truncatula, L. palustris, L. peregra, L. auricularia, Gyraulus sinensis and Physe...

Jackiewicz, M., 1992: The morphological sequence of the internal structure of the prostate in pond snails Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Lymnaeidae Morphologische Reihenfolge des Innenbaues der Prostata bei den Schlammschnecken Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Lymnaeidae. Proceedings of the International Malacological Congress, 9: 185-186

Papaianopol, I..; Macalet, R.., 1996: The biostratigraphical significance of species of the genus Zagrabica Gastropoda, Lymnaeidae in the Dacian basin La signification biostratigraphique des especes du genre Zagrabica Gastropoda, Lymnaeidae dans le Bassin Dacique. Analele Stiintifice ale Universitatii "Al. I. Cuza" din Iasi Geologie. 1994-1995( ); 40-41: 149-160

Kierdorf-Traut, Georg., 2002: Notes on the distribution of Radix peregra Moll, Lymnaeidae in the waters of South Tyrol Notizen zur Verbreitung der Schlammschnecke Radix peregra OF Mueller in den Gewaessern Suedtirols Mollusca, Lymnaeidae. Radix peregra (O.F. Mueller) is the most frequent species of the Family Lymnaeidae in the waters of South Tyrol. The habitats of R. peregra in South Tyrol are described. This species is very unpretentious and resistant. Therefore, coexistence is p...

Jackiewicz, M., 1992: Functional morphology of pond snails Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Lymnaeidae Funktionelle Morphologie der Schlammschnecken Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Lymnaeidae. Proceedings of the International Malacological Congress, 9: 177-179