Iglica cf. hauffeni ( Brusina, 1886 ), Brusina, 1886

Hofman, Sebastian, Rysiewska, Aleksandra, Osikowski, Artur, Grego, Jozef, Sket, Boris, Prevorčnik, Simona, Zagmajster, Maja & Falniowski, Andrzej, 2018, Phylogenetic relationships of the Balkan Moitessieriidae (Caenogastropoda: Truncatelloidea), Zootaxa 4486 (3), pp. 311-339: 330

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4486.3.5

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scientific name

Iglica cf. hauffeni ( Brusina, 1886 )
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Iglica cf. hauffeni ( Brusina, 1886)  

Figs. 7–10 View FIGURES 2–22 , 43–46 View FIGURES 43–54

Paludina pellucida Hauffen, 1856: 466   , pl.7; fig. 3.

Vitrella Hauffeni Brusina, 1886: 53.

Vitrella hauffeni   — Sturany & Wagner 1914: 117.

Lartetia haufeni   — Kuščer, 1932: 53.

Iglica haufenii   — Karaman 1935: 53.

Iglica (Iglica) hauffeni (Brusina)   — Schütt (1975): 4, figs. 2–4.

Iglica hauffeni ( Brusina, 1886)   — De Mattia 2005: pl. 5 figs. 47–50

Iglica hauffeni   det. Kuščer—De Mattia 2005: figs. 52–54

" Iglica   haufeni   — De Mattia 2007: F. 6.

Material examined: ZMUJ2105–ZMUJ2106, ZMUJ2205–ZMUJ2206

Hauffen (1886) described Paludina pellucida “in der Grotte   am Glaven”, which means in the cave, but “glaven” means “main” in Slovenian, and there is no such geographic name. Brusina (1886) replaced this homonymous name with Vitrella hauffeni   , described from “Krain”. According to Slapnik et al. (2010) the type locality of Iglica hauffeni   is the small village of Dobeno, 10 km north of Ljubljana, although this localization assignment remains not necessarily justified. Schütt (1975) reported the lectotype of Paludina pellucida Hauffen   from Senckenbergische Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany: SMF4882, from the Hauffen collection. According to Brusina (1886) the types were deposited in the “Laibacher Museum” which means the Museum in Ljubljana, but no more data on the type material is available. I. hauffeni   is known from a few localities in a small area (caves and springs north and northwest of Ljubljana, Slovenia: Karaman 1935, Schütt 1975, Bole 1976, Bole & Velkovrh 1986, Bole et al. 1993, Velkovrh 2001, Mori 2003, De Mattia 2007). Our specimens were collected within the area defined above, in the cave Babja Luknja near Goričane, 7 km northeast of Ljubljana. Our specimens have been collected within the geographic range given by Schütt (1975) and De Mattia (2007), and their shells resemble the ones of I. hauffenii   presented by Schütt (1975) and De Mattia (2005, 2007).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Mollusca

Class

Gastropoda

Order

Littorinimorpha

Family

Hydrobiidae

Genus

Iglica

Loc

Iglica cf. hauffeni ( Brusina, 1886 )

Hofman, Sebastian, Rysiewska, Aleksandra, Osikowski, Artur, Grego, Jozef, Sket, Boris, Prevorčnik, Simona, Zagmajster, Maja & Falniowski, Andrzej 2018
2018
Loc

Paludina pellucida

Hauffen, 1856 : 466
Loc

hauffeni

Sturany & Wagner 1914 : 117
Loc

Lartetia haufeni

Kuščer, 1932 : 53
Loc

Iglica haufenii

Karaman 1935 : 53
Loc

Iglica (Iglica) hauffeni

Schütt (1975) : 4