Dataset: UF
Search Criteria: Germany; Saxony; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Florida Museum of Natural History


UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Clausilia cyclostoma Philippi
118086-Mollusca   
Germany, Saxony, Konigstein

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Clausilia cyclostoma Philippi
118088-Mollusca   
Germany, Saxony, Konigstein

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Clausilia insignis
118132-Mollusca   
Germany, Saxony, Konigstein

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Clausilia insignis
118133-Mollusca   
Germany, Saxony, Konigstein, Frejoatura

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Clausilia intercedens Schmacker
118142-Mollusca   
Germany, Saxony, Konigstein, Grosser

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Clausilia intercedens Schmacker
118144-Mollusca   
Germany, Saxony, Konigstein, Bogotel

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Clausilia nefasta Kimakowicz
118193-Mollusca   
Germany, Saxony, Konigstein

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Euomphalia strigella (Draparnaud 1801)
167459-Mollusca   
Germany, Saxony, N/A

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Oxychilus alliarius (Miller 1822)
206997-Mollusca   
Germany, Saxony, Hanover


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