Synonyms for tandonia or Related words with tandonia
Examples of "tandonia"
serbica" resembles "
kusceri", with which it occurs often sympatrically, "
serbica" is smaller and "
kusceri" has no ink-stains. Vas deferens of "Tamdonia serbica" is shorter, delimited from epiphallus, epiphallus shorter, penis larger. Wiktor (1996) pointed out that no spermatophores have ever been observed in "
kusceri", and brought up the hypothesis that "
kusceri" and "
serbica" could be dimorphic forms of the same species in different stages of sexual activity.
Within the genus "
" there are the following 29 species:
, the retractor penis inserts at the boundary between the penis and epiphallus.
nigra is a species of air-breathing land slug, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
serbica is a species of keeled air-breathing land slug, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
sowerbyi is a species of air-breathing, keeled, land slug, a shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
The distribution of the genus "
" includes Europe to North Africa and Asia Minor. The largest number of species are in the southern Alps.
budapestensis is a species of air-breathing, keeled, land slug, a shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusks in the family Milacidae.
is a genus of air-breathing, keeled, land slugs. These are shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusks in the family Milacidae.
rustica is a species of air-breathing, keeled, land slug, a shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Milacidae.
Some slugs are pests in agriculture and gardens. "Deroceras reticulatum" is a worldwide slug pest. Local importance slug pests include: "Deroceras" spp., "Milax" spp., "
" sp., "Limax" spp., "Arion" spp. and some species of Veronicellidae: "Veronicella sloanei".
Some species of slugs, for example "
budapestensis", have a prominent ridge running over their back along the middle of the tail (sometimes along the whole tail, sometimes only the final part). This ridge is called a 'keel'.
This slug mainly lives in secondary, anthropogenous (man-made) habitats, such as farmland. The habitat of "
budapestensis" includes parks, gardens, ruins and cultivated fields. It lives as a synanthrope. It occur in natural environments in Britain only where human disturbance is involved. In south Bulgaria it is found usually between 300 and 1000 m, but locally up to 2200 m. It requires humidity and is active at night. It buries into heavy soils.
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