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Revision of the Argnidae, 2.

The species of Agardhiella from the eastern part of the Balkan Peninsula

(Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Pupilloidea)

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The second part of the revision of the Argnidae covers all species of the genus Agardhiella living in the eastern part of the distribution range. Next to the 11 already known species, 4 new species are described: A. domokosi n. sp., A. langaleta n. sp., A. pirotana n. sp. and A. serbica n. sp. New records of A. truncatella at the eastern part of its distribution range add to the knowledge of this species. Until now, the eastern distribution area of species of Agardhiella covers Romania, Serbia, the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria and Northern Greece. Additional records of species of Agardhiella from river debris in Hungary and a fossil record from Slovakia are presented.

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Im vorliegenden zweiten Teil der Revision der Argnidae werden die im Ostteil ihres Verbreitungsgebietes lebende Arten der Gattung Agardhiella behandelt. Neben den 11 bekarmten gültigen Arten werden 4 für die Wissenschaft neue Arten beschrieben: A. domokosi n. sp., A. langaleta n. sp., A. pirotana n. sp. und A. serbica n. sp. Zusätzliche Fundorte von A. truncatella am Ostrand ihres Verbreitungsgebietes ergänzen die bisherige Keuntnis dieser Art. Arten der Gattung Agardhiella werden aus Romania, Serbien, Ehemalige Jugoslawische Republik Mazedonien, Bulgarien und Nord-Griechenland präsentiert. Weitere Nachweise von Agardhiella-Arten aus Genistfunden aus Ungarn sowie ein fossiles Vorkommen aus der Slowakei werden vorgestellt.
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Keywords: AGARDHIELLA; ANATOMY; DISTRIBUTION PATTERN; NEW SPECIES; TAXONOMY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 June 2011

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