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Do rock-dwelling land snail species avoid their congeners?

This was the question of a recently finished study of our workin group. An Open Access paper, "Range-constrained co-occurrence simulation reveals little niche partitioning among rock-dwelling Montenegrina land snails (Gastropoda: Clausiliidae)", was recently published...

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A new paper on Caucasotachea vindobonensis

A phylogeographical reconstruction of the 'Viennese Snail' (Caucasotachea vindobonensis), contributed by our working group, has been published recently. This gastropod species is currently distributed mostly in the Central- and Eastern European steppic region, and ... read more

Alpine Land Snails Workshop 2017 – On the rocks

The Workshop "Alpine Land Snails 2017" will traditionally take place again in Johnsbach, Styria, Austria. Austrian biologists and colleagues from Germany, Russia, Slovenia, Greece, Montenegro and Hungary will gather in this extraordinary place in Gesäuse to perform...

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Visit from Montenegro

In June the working group Alpine Land Snails (NHM Vienna) was glad to welcome Prof. Vladimir Pešić and Prof. Vesna Vukašinović-Pešić in Vienna to discuss the progress of our joint OeAD-WTZ (Project No. ME 10/ 2016) project on the rock dwelling door snail species...

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Black Nerite (Theodoxus prevostianus) reintroduction

In a recently published paper (Fehér et al. 2017) we have reported on the successful reintroduction of a rare and endangered species, the Black Nerite, Theodoxus prevostianus (C. Pfeiffer, 1828). This is a freshwater neritid species , occurring in hypothermal springs...

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Montenegro excursion – April 2017

Members of the working group Alpine Land Snails of the NHM have visited Montenegro recently in the frame of a co-operation project with the University of Montenegro funded by the OeAD-WTZ (Project No. ME 10/ 2016). Under supervision of Prof. Vladimir Pesic we...

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