Freshwater snails of East Caprivi and the lower Okavango River Basin in Namibia and Botswana

  title={Freshwater snails of East Caprivi and the lower Okavango River Basin in Namibia and Botswana},
  author={D. Seymour Brown and Bruce A Curtis and Shirley Bethune and Christopher C. Appleton},
A systematic account is given of the aquatic gastropod fauna of the lower Okavango River in Namibia and Botswana, and of the East Caprivi area in Namibia, based on collections made mostly in 1983–86 from about 100 different sites. A total of 20 living species are reported, 9 of them for the first time from this area: Bellamya monardi, Lobogenes michaelis, Cleopatra elata, Afrogyrus coretus, Segmentorbis angustus, S. kanisaensis, Bulinus scalaris, B. depressus and B. tropicus. All are found… CONTINUE READING
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