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Distribution and ecology of the snail Bulgarica cana Held, 1836 in Thuringia Mollusca Gastropoda Clausiliidae Verbreitung und Oekologie der Grauen Schliessmundschnecke Bulgarica cana Held, 1836 in Thueringen Mollusca Gastropoda Clausiliidae


, : Distribution and ecology of the snail Bulgarica cana Held, 1836 in Thuringia Mollusca Gastropoda Clausiliidae Verbreitung und Oekologie der Grauen Schliessmundschnecke Bulgarica cana Held, 1836 in Thueringen Mollusca Gastropoda Clausiliidae. Thueringer Faunistische Abhandlungen, 11: 35-42

The analysis of historic references (museum collections, literature) and recent samplings resulted in more than 40 thuringian records of the snail Bulgarica canals which is highly endangered in Germany. The main distribution areas of this species in Thuringia are the Vorderrhoen, the Meininger Kalkplatten and the hilly landscape Hainich-Duen-Hainleite. The habitats of the species found are exclusively deciduous hillside forest with high percentage of noble hardwood, as well as dead wood, and with a long biotope history. So Bulgarica cana seems to be a indicator of such kind of forest habitats.

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