Synonyms for allopeas or Related words with allopeas

powelli              subulina              distorta              subulinidae              cecilioides              watsoni              bicarinata              fenestrata              declivis              nodulosa              octona              bellula              dilatatus              alluaudi              crenulatus              pleurobranchus              tenuicornis              costatus              dohrni              crassicostata              denticulatus              nesopupa              recluz              grouvelle              championi              kraussi              leptinaria              caelata              angulicollis              brevicornis              pupoides              carpenteri              chlorostoma              galatheae              annulicornis              plicatula              lentiginosa              barbarae              catalai              hancocki              mortoni              pusionella              coxalis              crossei              ferussaciidae              brazieri              flavopictus              atripes              antennatus              unifasciata             



Examples of "allopeas"
"Allopeas gracile" occurs throughout the (sub)tropics worldwide.
The genus "Allopeas" includes the following species:
Allopeas micra is a species of small, tropical, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Subulinidae.
Allopeas, common name the "awl snails", is a genus of small, tropical, air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Subulinidae.
Allopeas gracile, common name the graceful awlsnail, is a species of small, tropical, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Subulinidae.
Allopeas clavulinum, common name the spike awlsnail, is a species of small, tropical, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Subulinidae. This species is also known as Lamellaxis clavulinus.
"Platydemus manokwari" has had several effects on the ecology of the communities that it has been introduced to. In the Pacific Islands that "P. manokwari" has invaded, several native land snails, specifically the "Partula", "Mandarina", juvenile "M. aureola", "B. similaris", "Allopeas kyotoense", and "Meghimatium bilineatum" have either gone extinct or their numbers have drastically reduced. "P. manokwari" is such an efficient and invasive species that it has caused the decline and extinction of gastropods in several islands and is known as one of the ‘100 world’s worst invaders’.
The landsnail fauna can be analyzed according to the elevational range of the species. There is a distinction between the windward (east) and leeward (west) side of the island, according to the parishes in which the localities are situated. While most species exhibit a rather wide elevational range, several are restricted in this respect. Very few species only occur at lower elevations: "Diplopoma", "Allopeas", "Beckianum" and "Huttonella" species. These taxa are largely introduced species. More interestingly, some species are restricted to higher localities: "Lucidella" sp., veronicellids (except the introduced "Veronicella cubensis" and "Veronicella sloanei"), "Naesiotus stenogyroides", "Amphibulima pardalina" and "Laevaricella perlucens". These do not occur, however, on the upper slopes of the higher peaks, but seem to be restricted to the hygrophytic vegetation zone, i.e. the cloud forest.