Mieniplotia scabra (OF Mueller , 1774),

Ng, Ting Hui, Dulipat, Jasrul, Foon, Junn Kitt, Lopes-Lima, Manuel, Alexandra Zieritz, & Liew, Thor-Seng, 2017, A preliminary checklist of the freshwater snails of Sabah (Malaysian Borneo) deposited in the BORNEENSIS collection, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, ZooKeys 673, pp. 105-123: 106

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.673.12544

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:EACC134E-B3FD-4545-B5DC-DD79E81EE9BD

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Mieniplotia scabra (OF Mueller , 1774)
status

 

Mieniplotia scabra (OF Mueller, 1774)  Figure 3F

Synonyms.

Helix aspera  Gmelin, 1791; Melania spinulosa  Lamarck, 1822; Melania doreyana  Lesson, 1831; Melania spinescens  Lesson, 1831; Melanium granum  von dem Busch, 1842; Melania scabrella  Mousson, 1848; Melania acanthica  Lea, 1850; Melania denticulata  Lea, 1850; Melania pagoda  Lea, 1850; Melania datura  Dohrn, 1858; Melania elegans  Reeve, 1859; Melania pugilis  Reeve, 1859; Melania rugosa  Brot, 1860; Melania snellemanni  Schepman, 1880; Melania bockii  Brot, 1881; Melania savinieri  Morlet, 1884; Melania subcancellata  Boettger, 1890; Melania pinguicola  Martens in Weber, 1897; Melania varia  Bullen, 1904; Melania intrepida  Fulton, 1914; Melania sykesi  Degner, 1928.

Material examined.

BOR/MOL8300, BOR/MOL8306, BOR/MOL8310, BOR/MOL8690.

Distribution and habitat.

Off Kota Kinabalu on Pulau Gaya, and northern Sabah in Pitas. Collected from rivers.

Remarks.

This cryptogenic species is widespread across tropical Asia and is invasive around the world ( Cianfanelli et al. 2016).