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Specimen Records:386
Specimens with Sequences:363
Specimens with Barcodes:343
Species:25
Species With Barcodes:22
Public Records:304
Public Species:14
Public BINs:24
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Succinea

Succinea, common name the amber snails, is a genus of small, air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod molluscs in the family Succineidae.

Species in this genus usually live in damp habitats such as marshes. The common name refers to the fact that live snails in this genus are translucent and similar to amber in appearance.

Species[edit]

Species within the genus Succinea include:

Synonyms:

Additional species, taken from IUCN Red List:

Ecology[edit]

Parasites of Succinea spp. include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Draparnaud J. P. R. (1801). Tableau des mollusques terrestres et fluviatiles de la France. pp. [1-2], 1-116. Montpellier, Paris. (Renaud; Bossange, Masson & Besson).
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Mollusca". Diversidad Biológica Cubana, accessed 23 March 2011.
  3. ^ Shuttleworth R. J. (1854). "Beiträge zur näheren Kenntniss der Land- und Süsswasser-Mollusken der Insel Portorico". Mitteilungen der naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Bern Nr. 310-330: 33-56. page 55.
  4. ^ Powell A. W. B., New Zealand Mollusca, William Collins Publishers Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand 1979 ISBN 0-00-216906-1
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z "Succinea Draparnaud, 1801". ITIS, accessed 4 January 2011.
  6. ^ Villalobos M. C., Monge-Nájera J., Barrientos Z. & Franco J. (1995). "Life cycle and field abundance of the snail Succinea costaricana (Stylommatophora: Succineidae), a tropical pest". Revista de Biología Tropical 43: 181-188. PDF.
  7. ^ Meijer T. (2010). "Palaeomalacology of the Brabant Loam (the Netherlands)". In: Bakels C., Fennema K., Out W. A. & Vermeeren C. (eds). Of Plants and Snails: A collection of papers presented to Wim Kuijper in gratitude for forty years of teaching and identifying. Sidestone Press, Leiclen. 179-192. ISBN 978-90-8890-051-8.
  8. ^ Cowie R. H., Dillon R. T., Robinson D. G. & Smith J. W. (2009). "Alien non-marine snails and slugs of priority quarantine importance in the United States: A preliminary risk assessment". American Malacological Bulletin 27: 113-132. PDF.
  9. ^ Olsson I.-M., Stéen M. & Mann H. (1993). "Gastropod hosts of Elaphostrongylus spp. (Protostrongylidae, Nematoda)". Rangifer 13(1): 53-55. PDF.
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