Helix lutescens

Summary

Helix lutescens is species of air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Helicidae, the true snails. [1]

Helix lutescens
Slimak lutescens.jpg
Four shells of Helix lutescens
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Gastropoda
Subclass: Heterobranchia
Order: Stylommatophora
Family: Helicidae
Subfamily: Helicinae
Tribe: Helicinini
Genus: Helix
Species:
H. lutescens
Binomial name
Helix lutescens
Synonyms[1]

Helix (Helix) lutescens Rossmässler, 1837· accepted, alternate representation

This species of snail creates and uses calcareous love darts.

DistributionEdit

Its native distribution is pericarpathian.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b MolluscaBase eds. (2020). MolluscaBase. Helix lutescens Rossmässler, 1837. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1050279 on 2020-05-02
  2. ^ (in Slovak) Lisický M. J. (1991). Mollusca Slovenska [The Slovak molluscs]. - VEDA vydavateľstvo Slovenskej akadémie vied, Bratislava, 344 pp.
  3. ^ Helix lutescens - Polska Czerwona Księga Zwierząt - Bezkręgowce
  4. ^ pl:Polska Czerwona Księga Zwierząt - Bezkręgowce
  5. ^ Balashov I. & Gural-Sverlova N. (2012). "An annotated checklist of the terrestrial molluscs of Ukraine". Journal of Conchology. 41(1): 91-109.
  • Rossmässler, E. A. (1835-1837). Iconographie der Land- & Süßwasser- Mollusken, mit vorzüglicher Berücksichtigung der europäischen noch nicht abgebildeten Arten. (1) 1 (1): VI + 1-132. pl. 1-5 [≥ Apr. 1835]; (1) 1 (2): 6 + 1-26. pl. 6-10 [≥ Aug. 1835]; (1) 1 (3): 4 + 1-33. pl. 11-15 [≥ Mar. 1836]; (1) 1 (4): 4 + 1-27. pl. 16-20 [≥ Sept. 1836]; (1) 1 (5/6): 4 + 1–70. pl. 21–30 [≥ Jul. 1837]. [Dresden und Leipzig (Arnoldische Buchhandlung)] page(s): (1) 1 (5/6): 4, Taf. 21, Fig. 292
  • Bank, R. A.; Neubert, E. (2017). Checklist of the land and freshwater Gastropoda of Europe. Last update: July 16th, 2017.
  • Sysoev, A. V. & Schileyko, A. A. (2009). Land snails and slugs of Russia and adjacent countries. Sofia/Moskva (Pensoft). 312 pp., 142 plates