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The non-marine molluscs of the Canary Islands are a part of the molluscan fauna of Canary Islands (wildlife of Canary Islands).

A number of species of non-marine molluscs are found in the wild in Canary Islands.

Extinct gastropods in Canary Islands include: ....

Contents

Freshwater gastropods

Land gastropods

Land gastropods in Canary Islands include:

Testacellidae

Milacidae

  • Milax nigricans - non-indigenous on Tenerife since 2009[2]

Limacidae

Oxychilidae

Hygromiidae

Helicidae

Bivalvia

See also

Lists of molluscs of surrounding countries:

  • List of non-marine molluscs of Span, Wildlife of Spain
  • List of non-marine molluscs of Portugal, Wildlife of Portugal
  • List of non-marine molluscs of Morocco, Wildlife of Morocco
  • List of non-marine molluscs of Western Sahara, Wildlife of Western Sahara

References

  1. ^ Testacella scutulum AnimalBase, accessed 22 December 2008.
  2. ^ a b c d Kappes H., Delgado J. D., Alonso M. R. & Ibáñez M. (September-October 2009) "Native and introduced gastropods in laurel forests on Tenerife, Canary Islands". Acta Oecologica 35(5): 581-589. doi:10.1016/j.actao.2009.05.004
  3. ^ a b Alonso M. R., Ponte-Lira C. E., Castillo C., Yanes Y., Groh K. & Ibáñez M. (2006) "A new Canariella species (Gastropoda: Helicoidea: Hygromiidae) of the new subgenus Majorata, both endemic to the Jandía Peninsula (Fuerteventura, Canary Islands)". Zootaxa 1316: 45-56. abstract
  4. ^ a b Ibáñez M., Silverio F., Alonso M. R. & Ponte-Lira, C. E. (2006) "Two Canariella species (Gastropoda: Helicodea: Hygromiidae) endemic to the Northwest Tenerife (Canary islands)". Zootaxa 1258: 33-45. abstract

Further reading

  • Alonso M. R. & Ibáñez M. (24 May 2007) "Anatomy and function of the penial twin papillae system of the Helicinae (Gastropoda: Helicoidea: Helicidae) and description of two new, small Hemicycla species from the laurel forest of the Canary Islands". Zootaxa 1482: 1-23. 41 plates. abstract.

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