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Hygromiidae

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Hygromiidae is a taxonomic family of small to medium-sized air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the superfamily Helicoidea.

Anatomy

Some snails in genera within this family create and use love darts as part of their courtship and mating behavior.

In this family, the number of haploid chromosomes lies between 26 and 30 (according to the values in this table).[1]

Taxonomy

The family Hygromiidae consists of the following subfamilies (according to the taxonomy of the Gastropoda by Bouchet & Rocroi, 2005):

  • subfamily Hygromiinae Tryon, 1866
    • tribe Hygromiini Tryon, 1866 - synonym: Cernuellini Schileyko, 1991
    • tribe Archaicini Schileyko, 1978
    • tribe Helicellini Ihering, 1909 - synonym: Jacostidae Pilsbry, 1948 (inv.)
    • tribe Leptaxini C. Boettger, 1909
    • tribe Metafruticicolini Schileyko, 1972
    • tribe Trochulini Lindholm, 1927 - synonym: Trichiinae Ložek, 1956; Helicopsini H. Nordsieck, 1987
  • subfamily Ciliellinae Schileyko, 1970 - synonym: Canariellini Schileyko, 1991
  • subfamily Geomitrinae C. Boettger, 1909
    • tribe Geomitrini C. Boettger, 1909 - synonym: Ochthephilinae Zilch, 1960 (n.a.)
    • tribe Paedhoplitini Schileyko, 1978
    • tribe Trochoideini H. Nordsieck, 1987
  • subfamily Monachainae Wenz, 1930 (1904) - Carthusianini Kobelt, 1904; Euomphaliinae Schileyko, 1978; Hesseolinae schileyko, 1991
  • subfamily Ponentininae Schileyko, 1991

Genera

Genera with the family Hygromiidae include:

The type genus of this family is Hygromia Risso, 1826.

subfamily Hygromiinae


subfamily Ciliellinae

subfamily Geomitrinae

subfamily Monachainae

subfamily Ponentininae

subfamily ?

References

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Hygromiidae: Brief Summary

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Hygromiidae is a taxonomic family of small to medium-sized air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the superfamily Helicoidea.

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