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First record and range extension of the freshwater limpet Gundlachia radiata (Guilding, 1828) (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Planorbidae) from southeast Brazil
We report the first records of Gundlachia radiata (Guilding, 1828), a freshwater limpet, from the state of Rio de Janeiro, which extends its distribution to Southeast Brazil.
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Ferrissia fragilis (Tryon, 1863): a freshwater snail cryptic invader in Brazil revealed by morphological and molecular data
The results of our study confirm the occurrence of the cryptic invader Ferrissia fragilis (Tryon, 1863) in Brazil, a species of worldwide geographical distribution and with poorly known morphologyExpand
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First record of Melanoides tuberculatus (Müller, 1774) and Biomphalaria tenagophila (d´Orbigny, 1835) on Ilha Grande, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Small populations of Melanoides tuberculatus (Muller, 1774) and Biomphalaria tenagophila (d´Orbigny, 1835), were found at Vila do Abraao, being the first record of these species to Ilha Grande, AngraExpand
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Burnupia ingae Lanzer, 1991 (Gastropoda: Ancylidae): current distribution in Brazil
This paper describes the current distribution of Burnupia ingae Lanzer, 1991, a freshwater limpet, firstly described to Santa Catarina state, southern Brazil, showing literature revision and newExpand
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Shell morphology of the freshwater snail Gundlachia ticaga (Gastropoda: Ancylidae) from four sites in Ilha Grande, southeastern Brazil
The freshwater snail Gundlachia ticaga (Marcus & Marcus, 1962) is widely distributed in Brazil, but its morphology has been poorly studied. We compared the shell morphology of samples from four sitesExpand
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CURRENT KNOWLEDGE OF THE NON-MARINE INVERTEBRATES FAUNA OF ILHA GRANDE (ANGRA DOS REIS, RJ)
A Ilha Grande, situada ao sul do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, possui importantes remanescentes de Floresta Atlântica. Entretanto, o conhecimento sobre sua fauna de invertebrados nao-marinhos ainda eExpand
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Freshwater mollusks and environmental assessment of Guandu River, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Abstract: The Guandu River Basin is extremely important to state of Rio de Janeiro, as a water supplier of several municipalities. However, the malacological knowledge and environmental status is notExpand
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Uncancylus concentricus (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Ancylidae): new occurrence in state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The freshwater pateliform pulmonate snails considered as Ancylidae are represented in South America by seven genera according to Santos (2003): Anisancylus Pilsbry, 1924; Burnupia Walker, 1912;Expand
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Burnupia ingae Lanzer, 1991 (Gastropoda: Hygrophila): Contributions to the Knowledge on Its Morphology and First Records in Rio De Janeiro State, Brazil
Burnupia Walker, 1912, is a genus of freshwater limpet traditionally considered as belonging to the Ancylidae (Pilsbry & Bequaert, 1927; Hubendick, 1964; Brown, 1994; Lanzer, 1996; Hodgson & Healy,Expand
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