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Contribution to the knowledge of the mollusc fauna of the mountain range Hohe Schrecke in northern Thuringia Mollusca Gastropoda et Bivalvia Beitrag zur Molluskenfauna der Hohen Schrecke in Nordthueringen Mollusca Gastropoda et Bivalvia



Contribution to the knowledge of the mollusc fauna of the mountain range Hohe Schrecke in northern Thuringia Mollusca Gastropoda et Bivalvia Beitrag zur Molluskenfauna der Hohen Schrecke in Nordthueringen Mollusca Gastropoda et Bivalvia



Thueringer Faunistische Abhandlungen, 9: 35-44



The first survey of the mollusc fauna in the mountain range "Hohe Schrecke" revealed a total of 3 water snail species, 50 terrestrial snail- and slug species, and 3 species of small bivalves. The special attention of the study was regarded to mollusc assemblages of mixed oak forests (rich of red beech) and maple-ash mixed forests. Especially remarkable records of the study are alive specimens of the silvicolous snails Daudehardia rufa and Vertigo substriata as well as the record of the bivalve Pisidium obtusale in small waters on the former military training area at the ridge of the "Hohen Schrecke".

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