The Supposed Transcaucasian Endemite Adzharia renschi Hesse, 1933 is a South American Bulimulus Species (Gastropoda: Bulimulidae)

@inproceedings{Hausdorf2015TheST,
  title={The Supposed Transcaucasian Endemite Adzharia renschi Hesse, 1933 is a South American Bulimulus Species (Gastropoda: Bulimulidae)},
  author={Bernhard Hausdorf},
  year={2015}
}
In his seminal monograph about the anatomy and systematics of the Enidae (Gastropoda: Pulmonata), Hesse (1933) described a new genus and species, Adzharia renschi, based on material he received from the Zoological Museum Berlin (ZMB) with the locality data “summit of the pass near Chula in Adzharia”. No collector or date is specified on the labels of the type material (ZMB 75980a and b). This genus is characterized by some characters not known from any other enids, such as an odontognath-like… 

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