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    Nick Hope marked the English common name "emerald nerite" from "Smaragdia rangiana (Recluz, 1841)" as trusted.

    about 2 hours ago

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    Nick Hope marked the English common name "Rang's Neritina" from "Smaragdia rangiana (Recluz, 1841)" as trusted.

    about 2 hours ago

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    Jennifer Hammock split the classifications by BOLDS images II from Puperita to their own page.

    3 months ago

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    Jennifer Hammock split the classifications by NMNH Invertebrate Zoology resource from Phenacolepas to their own page.

    3 months ago

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    Jennifer Hammock split the classifications by Inventaire National du Patrimoine Naturel from Nerita to their own page.

    3 months ago

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    Frank Hu commented on "Septaria porcellana Linnaeus, 1758":

    Wide distrbution around Taiwan. From stream to river, calm water to fast fllowing water.

    9 months ago

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    Frank Hu commented on "Septaria sanguisuga Reeve, 1856":

    Found in fast fllowing stream, fresh water but near sea. Locate in north east coast of Taiwan. male & female are equal size.

    9 months ago

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    Katja Schulz commented on "Associations":

    Jan Kameníček is correct. Schneckli's article mentions Perca flavescens, Orconectes limosus, and Astacus astacus as POTENTIAL predators, but does not claim that they are "known" predators of this species. He just says that these species occur in the same habitat and are known to prey on aquatic snails in general: "Im Freiland Deutschlands wurde an Fundorten der Gemeinen Kahnschnecke nach Beobachtungen verschiedener user des Aquarienschnecken-Forums neben anderen Wasserschnecken auch Flußkrebse (Orconectes limosus, Astacus astacus) sowie diverse Fischarten (z.B. Perca fluviatilis, Rutilus rutilus) gefunden. Sowohl von den Flußkrebse als auch von den genannten Fischen ist bekannt, daß sie sich auch Wasserschnecken ernähren."

    over 1 year ago

  • Profile picture of Jan Kameníček who took this action.

    Jan Kameníček commented on "Associations":

    Hello. Your article Theodoxus fluviatilis contains wrong information about predators of this snail. It states that the predators are Perca flavescens, Orconectes limosus and Astacus astacus. The information is taken from Animal Diversity Web, which takes it from Schneckli 2009. However, the Schneckli's article does not say that the mentioned species are predators of T. fluviatilis. See the original German version: https://web.archive.org/web/20120704074343/http://www.allesumdieschneck.de/html/theodoxus_fluviatilis.html Jan Kamenicek

    over 1 year ago

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    Jan Kameníček commented on "Associations":

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    over 1 year ago • deleted: over 1 year ago

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