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On Gyralina species from the Macedonian Republic and Greece, with description of new species

(Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Pristilomatidae)

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Four new species of Gyralina Andreae 1902 are described in this paper. Gyralina (Gyralina) nautilopsis n. sp. originates from the Macedonian Republic, three others, Gyralina (Gyralina) riedeli n. sp., Gyralina (Spelaeopatula) graeca n. sp. and Gyralina (Spelaeopatula) orientalis n. sp. come from northern Greece. New records are given for Gyralina (Gyralina) cf. velkovrhi Riedel 1985 and Gyralina (Gyralina) ermonae Gittenberger 1977. A comprehensive table lists all hitherto known species of Gyralina from the Macedonian Republic and Greece.

In dieser Arbeit werden vier neue Arten von Gyralina Andreae 1902 beschrieben. Gyralina (Gyralina) nautilopsis n. sp. stammt aus der Makedonischen Republik, drei weitere, Gyralina (Gyralina) riedeli n. sp., Gyralina (Spelaeopatula) graeca n. sp. sowie Gyralina (Spelaeopatula) orientalis n. sp. aus Nord-Griechenland. Es werden neue Fundorte fur Gyralina (Gyralina) cf. velkovrhi Riedel 1985 und Gyralina (Gyralina) ermonae Gittenberger 1977 vorgestellt. Eine tabellarische Zusammenfassung mit Fundorten der bisher bekaunten Gyralina-Taxa aus der Makedonischen Republik und aus Griechenland wird gegeben.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 December 2012

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