News of Pseudamnicola (Corrosella) of Spain and France (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Truncatelloidea)

@article{Boeters2015NewsOP,
  title={News of Pseudamnicola (Corrosella) of Spain and France (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Truncatelloidea)},
  author={Hans D. Boeters and Henri Callot-Girardi and Thomas Knebelsberger},
  journal={Folia Malacologica},
  year={2015},
  volume={23},
  pages={95-119}
}
Pseudamnicola (Corrosella) Boeters, 1970 from Spain and France is reviewed: delimitation of the subgenus against the nominotypical subgenus is supported with geographical, anatomical and conchological data. Four new species are described, three from Spain: P. (C.) collingi n. sp., P. (C.) valladolensis n. sp. with two subspecies P. (C.) v. valladolensis n. ssp. and P. (C.) v. kahbei n. ssp., and P. (C.) tajoensis n. sp., and one from France: P. (C.) tejedoi n. sp. Another two species: P. (C… 
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