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A new Chinese species of Eostrobilops Pilsbry, 1927 with a checklist of Eostrobilops and Enteroplax Gude, 1897 species (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Strobilopsidae).

Páll-Gergely B, Hunyadi A, Asami T - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: The new species is found approximately 500 and 800 km from the two nearest species Eostrobilopsinfrequens (northern Vietnam), and Eostrobilopsdiodontina (Hunan, China), respectively.A checklist of extant Eostrobilops Pilsbry, 1927 and Enteroplax Gude, 1899 species is provided.A map showing all Eostrobilops records is provided.

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Affiliation: Department of Biology, Shinshu University, Matsumoto 390-8621, Japan.

ABSTRACT
Eostrobilopshumicolus Páll-Gergely & Hunyadi, sp. n. is described from Guangxi Province, China. It is characterized by the combination of a small shell (diameter: 2.3-2.4 mm), strongly ribbed dorsal surface, an infraparietal lamella not reaching the callus, and long basal folds. The new species is found approximately 500 and 800 km from the two nearest species Eostrobilopsinfrequens (northern Vietnam), and Eostrobilopsdiodontina (Hunan, China), respectively. A checklist of extant Eostrobilops Pilsbry, 1927 and Enteroplax Gude, 1899 species is provided. Enteroplaxyaeyamensis Habe & Chinen, 1974, Enteroplaxkanjiokuboi Minato & Tada, 1992 and Enteroplaxtaiwanica Minato & Tada, 1992 are moved to the genus Eostrobilops because of the lack of an elevated parietal callus and a peripheral thread. A map showing all Eostrobilops records is provided.

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Distribution of Eostrobilops species. 1, 2Eostrobilopscoreana (Pilsbry, 1927) 3Eostrobilopscoreanaecho (Kuroda & Miyanaga, 1939) and Eostrobilopskongoensis (Kuroda & Miyanaga, 1939) 4, 5Eostrobilopsnipponica (Pilsbry, 1927) 6Eostrobilopsnipponicareikoae Matsumura & Minato, 1980 7Eostrobilopshirasei (Pilsbry, 1908) 8Eostrobilopsdiodontina (Heude, 1885) 9Eostrobilopshumicolus sp. n. 10Enteroplaxkanjiokuboi (Minato & Tada, 1992) and Enteroplaxtaiwanica (Minato & Tada, 1992) 11Enteroplaxyaeyamensis (Habe & Chinen, 1974) 12Eostrobilopsinfrequens Maassen, 2006 13Eostrobilopstriptychus Vermeulen, 1992.
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Figure 3: Distribution of Eostrobilops species. 1, 2Eostrobilopscoreana (Pilsbry, 1927) 3Eostrobilopscoreanaecho (Kuroda & Miyanaga, 1939) and Eostrobilopskongoensis (Kuroda & Miyanaga, 1939) 4, 5Eostrobilopsnipponica (Pilsbry, 1927) 6Eostrobilopsnipponicareikoae Matsumura & Minato, 1980 7Eostrobilopshirasei (Pilsbry, 1908) 8Eostrobilopsdiodontina (Heude, 1885) 9Eostrobilopshumicolus sp. n. 10Enteroplaxkanjiokuboi (Minato & Tada, 1992) and Enteroplaxtaiwanica (Minato & Tada, 1992) 11Enteroplaxyaeyamensis (Habe & Chinen, 1974) 12Eostrobilopsinfrequens Maassen, 2006 13Eostrobilopstriptychus Vermeulen, 1992.

Mentions: Vermeulen (1992a) compared Enteroplaxyaeyamensis with Eostrobilopstriptychus. He mentioned that Enteroplaxyaeyamensis “occasionally shows an interparietalis” and “may have an interparietalis”. This information is probably erroneous, because neither the original description (Habe and Chinen 1974), nor Minato (1982) mentioned an interparietalis lamella. Moreover, Vermeulen (1992a) mentioned that Enteroplaxyaeyamensis has two basal folds, whereas Eostrobilopstriptychus possesses three. However, the description and figure of Minato (1982) describes three basal folds, and interstitial basal plicae were mentioned in the original description of Enteroplaxyaeyamensis.


A new Chinese species of Eostrobilops Pilsbry, 1927 with a checklist of Eostrobilops and Enteroplax Gude, 1897 species (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Strobilopsidae).

Páll-Gergely B, Hunyadi A, Asami T - Zookeys (2015)

Distribution of Eostrobilops species. 1, 2Eostrobilopscoreana (Pilsbry, 1927) 3Eostrobilopscoreanaecho (Kuroda & Miyanaga, 1939) and Eostrobilopskongoensis (Kuroda & Miyanaga, 1939) 4, 5Eostrobilopsnipponica (Pilsbry, 1927) 6Eostrobilopsnipponicareikoae Matsumura & Minato, 1980 7Eostrobilopshirasei (Pilsbry, 1908) 8Eostrobilopsdiodontina (Heude, 1885) 9Eostrobilopshumicolus sp. n. 10Enteroplaxkanjiokuboi (Minato & Tada, 1992) and Enteroplaxtaiwanica (Minato & Tada, 1992) 11Enteroplaxyaeyamensis (Habe & Chinen, 1974) 12Eostrobilopsinfrequens Maassen, 2006 13Eostrobilopstriptychus Vermeulen, 1992.
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Figure 3: Distribution of Eostrobilops species. 1, 2Eostrobilopscoreana (Pilsbry, 1927) 3Eostrobilopscoreanaecho (Kuroda & Miyanaga, 1939) and Eostrobilopskongoensis (Kuroda & Miyanaga, 1939) 4, 5Eostrobilopsnipponica (Pilsbry, 1927) 6Eostrobilopsnipponicareikoae Matsumura & Minato, 1980 7Eostrobilopshirasei (Pilsbry, 1908) 8Eostrobilopsdiodontina (Heude, 1885) 9Eostrobilopshumicolus sp. n. 10Enteroplaxkanjiokuboi (Minato & Tada, 1992) and Enteroplaxtaiwanica (Minato & Tada, 1992) 11Enteroplaxyaeyamensis (Habe & Chinen, 1974) 12Eostrobilopsinfrequens Maassen, 2006 13Eostrobilopstriptychus Vermeulen, 1992.
Mentions: Vermeulen (1992a) compared Enteroplaxyaeyamensis with Eostrobilopstriptychus. He mentioned that Enteroplaxyaeyamensis “occasionally shows an interparietalis” and “may have an interparietalis”. This information is probably erroneous, because neither the original description (Habe and Chinen 1974), nor Minato (1982) mentioned an interparietalis lamella. Moreover, Vermeulen (1992a) mentioned that Enteroplaxyaeyamensis has two basal folds, whereas Eostrobilopstriptychus possesses three. However, the description and figure of Minato (1982) describes three basal folds, and interstitial basal plicae were mentioned in the original description of Enteroplaxyaeyamensis.

Bottom Line: The new species is found approximately 500 and 800 km from the two nearest species Eostrobilopsinfrequens (northern Vietnam), and Eostrobilopsdiodontina (Hunan, China), respectively.A checklist of extant Eostrobilops Pilsbry, 1927 and Enteroplax Gude, 1899 species is provided.A map showing all Eostrobilops records is provided.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biology, Shinshu University, Matsumoto 390-8621, Japan.

ABSTRACT
Eostrobilopshumicolus Páll-Gergely & Hunyadi, sp. n. is described from Guangxi Province, China. It is characterized by the combination of a small shell (diameter: 2.3-2.4 mm), strongly ribbed dorsal surface, an infraparietal lamella not reaching the callus, and long basal folds. The new species is found approximately 500 and 800 km from the two nearest species Eostrobilopsinfrequens (northern Vietnam), and Eostrobilopsdiodontina (Hunan, China), respectively. A checklist of extant Eostrobilops Pilsbry, 1927 and Enteroplax Gude, 1899 species is provided. Enteroplaxyaeyamensis Habe & Chinen, 1974, Enteroplaxkanjiokuboi Minato & Tada, 1992 and Enteroplaxtaiwanica Minato & Tada, 1992 are moved to the genus Eostrobilops because of the lack of an elevated parietal callus and a peripheral thread. A map showing all Eostrobilops records is provided.

No MeSH data available.


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