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Bieler, R. & Slapcinsky, J. (2000). A case study for the development of an island fauna: Recent terrestrial mollusks of Bermuda. Nemouria. 44: 1-99.
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Bieler, R. & Slapcinsky, J.
2000
A case study for the development of an island fauna: Recent terrestrial mollusks of Bermuda
Nemouria
44: 1-99
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Bulimus bermudensis Prime, 1853 (additional source)
Bulimus nitidulus L. Pfeiffer, 1839 accepted as Pupoides albilabris (C. B. Adams, 1841) (source of synonymy)
Carychium bermudense Gulick, 1904 (additional source)
Euconulus turbinatus Gulick, 1904 (additional source)
Helix bermudensis L. Pfeiffer, 1845 accepted as Poecilozonites bermudensis (L. Pfeiffer, 1845) (basis of record)
Helix circumfirmata Redfield, 1853 accepted as Poecilozonites circumfirmatus (Redfield, 1853) (basis of record)
Helix discrepans L. Pfeiffer, 1863 accepted as Poecilozonites circumfirmatus (Redfield, 1853) (source of synonymy)
Helix hypolepta Shuttelworth, 1854 accepted as Hojeda hypolepta (Shuttleworth, 1854) (basis of record)
Helix reiniana L. Pfeiffer, 1863 accepted as Poecilozonites reinianus (L. Pfeiffer, 1863) (basis of record)
Helix somersetii Prime, 1853 (additional source)
Hojeda hypolepta (Shuttleworth, 1854) (basis of record)
Leidyula sloanii (Cuvier, 1816) (basis of record)
Obeliscus swiftianus (L. Pfeiffer, 1852) (additional source)
Poecilozonites O. Boettger, 1884 (additional source)
Poecilozonites (Discozonites) blandi Pilsbry, 1924 accepted as Poecilozonites reinianus (L. Pfeiffer, 1863) (source of synonymy)
Poecilozonites bermudensis (L. Pfeiffer, 1845) (basis of record)
Poecilozonites blandi Pilsbry, 1924 † accepted as Poecilozonites reinianus (L. Pfeiffer, 1863) (source of synonymy)
Poecilozonites circumfirmatus (Redfield, 1853) (basis of record)
Poecilozonites circumfirmatus var. caliban Peile, 1924 accepted as Poecilozonites circumfirmatus (Redfield, 1853) (source of synonymy)
Poecilozonites circumfirmatus var. corneus Pilsbry, 1890 accepted as Poecilozonites circumfirmatus (Redfield, 1853) (source of synonymy)
Poecilozonites peilei Vanatta, 1925 accepted as Poecilozonites circumfirmatus (Redfield, 1853) (source of synonymy)
Poecilozonites reinianus (L. Pfeiffer, 1863) (basis of record)
Poecilozonites reinianus var. goodei Pilsbry, 1889 accepted as Poecilozonites reinianus (L. Pfeiffer, 1863) (source of synonymy)
Punctum bristoli (Gulick, 1904) (basis of record)
Succinea bermudensis L. Pfeiffer, 1857 (basis of record)
Succinea gabrieli Tomlin, 1932 accepted as Succinea bermudensis L. Pfeiffer, 1857 (basis of record)
Vertigo bermudensis Pilsbry, 1919 (basis of record)
Vertigo marki Gulick, 1904 (additional source)
Vertigo numellata Gulick, 1904 (additional source)
Zonitoides bermudensis Pilsbry & Vanatta, 1909 accepted as Zonitoides arboreus (Say, 1817) (source of synonymy)
Zonitoides bristoli Gulick, 1904 accepted as Punctum bristoli (Gulick, 1904) (basis of record)
Bermuda for Obeliscus swiftianus (L. Pfeiffer, 1852)  (origin: alien)
Bermuda Islands for Gonaxis kibweziensis (E. A. Smith, 1894)  (origin: alien)
Bermuda Islands for Poecilozonites bermudensis (L. Pfeiffer, 1845)  (origin: native - endemic)
Bermuda Islands for Poecilozonites circumfirmatus (Redfield, 1853)  (origin: native - endemic)
Bermuda Islands for Poecilozonites circumfirmatus (Redfield, 1853)  (origin: native - endemic)
Bermuda Islands for Poecilozonites reinianus (L. Pfeiffer, 1863)  (origin: native - endemic)
Bermuda Islands for Tayloria quadrilateralis (Preston, 1910)  (origin: alien)
 Extinction

Last reported alive in 1926. Extinct? [details]

 Extinction

Specimens with verifiable data date from the early 1900s. Possibly extinct. [details]

 Fossil range

Described as fossil. Subsequently found to be extant. [details]

 Fossil range

Described as fossil and later found living on Bermuda. [details]

 Fossil range

Described as fossil, but empty Recent shells were documented in the early 1900s. Possibly extinct. [details]

 Fossil range

Described as fossil. Later recognized as the most common living living Vertigo species on Bermuda. [details]

 Fossil range

Described as fossil. Reported as extant on Bermuda in 2000. [details]

 Taxonomic remark

Generic position uncertain. [details]

 Taxonomic remark

Generic position uncertain. [details]


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