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Endangered Snails of Europe

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Common Name Range ***
Acicula spp.Gibraltar, Spain
Actinella spp. (5)Portugal (Madeira)
Alzoniella hartwigschuettiAustria
Amphorella spp. (3)Portugal
Arganiella exilisFrance
Belgrandiella spp. (12)Austria, France, Slovakia
Boettgeria obesiusculaPortugal
Bofilliella subarcuataFrance, Spain
Bythinella spp. (8)Austria, Belgium, France, Germany
Bythiospeum spp. (12)Austria, France, Germany
Candidula setubalensisPortugal
Cantareus mazzulliiItaly
Caseolus spp. (3)Portugal (Madeira)
Cecilioides spp. (2)Gibraltar, Portugal (Madeira)
Chondrina oligodontaItaly
Ciliellopsis oglasaeItaly
Cochlostoma canestriniiItaly
Cryptazeca spp. (5)France, Spain
Cylichnidia ovuliformisPortugal
Deroceras tarraceuseSpain
Discula spp. (12)Portugal
Discus guerinianusPortugal (Madeira)
Falkneri cameraniItaly
Fissuria bouiFrance
Geomitra coronataPortugal (Madeira)
Geomitra delphinuloidesPortugal (Madeira)
Geomitra monizianaPortugal (Madeira)
Geomitra tiarellaPortugal (Madeira)
Graziana klagenfurtensisAustria
Hauffenia spp. (3)Austria, Slovakia
Helicella spp. (3)Spain
Helix spp. (2)France, Portugal
Hemicycla spp. (2)Spain
Hydrobia scamandriFrance
Hygromia golasiAndorra
Ichnosomunda sacchiiItaly
Idiomela subplicataPortugal
Iglica kleinzellensisAustria
Insulivitrina reticulataSpain
Lamnifera pauliFrance, Spain
Lampadia webbianaPortugal
Lampedusa spp. (2)Malta
Lauria fanalensisPortugal (Madeira)
Leiostyla spp. (16)Portugal
Lemniscia spp. (2)Portugal
Leptaxis spp. (5)Portugal
Litthabitella ellipticaFrance
Lobaunia danubialisAustria
Melanopsis etruscaItaly
Moitessieria spp. (3)France
Napaeus isletaeSpain (Canary Islands)
Obelus despreauxiiSpain (Canary Islands)
Ochthephila spirulinaPortugal
Oxychilus spp. (4)Greece, Italy, Portugal
Palacanthilhiopsis vervieriiFrance
Paladilhia pleurotomaFrance
Parmacella tenerifensisSpain
Plagigeyeria conilisFrance
Platyla spp. (2)France, Italy, Portugal
Pseudamnicola spp. (2)France
Pyrenaearia spp. (2)Spain
Renea spp. (5)France, Italy
Retinella stabileiItaly
Sadleriana pannonicaHungary, Slovakia
Sculptiferussacia clausiliaeformisSpain
Spelaeodiscus tatricusSlovakia
Spirorbula spp. (2)Portugal
Suboestophora jeresaeSpain
Tacheocampylaea tacheoidesItaly
Theba arinagaeSpain (Canary Islands)
Trochoidea spp. (3)Malta, Spain
Truncatellina arcyensisFrance
Tyrrheniellina josephiItaly
Vitrea pseudotrolliFrance, Italy
Xerosecta giustiiItaly
Zonitoides jaccetanicusSpain
Zospeum biscaienseSpain
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***What snails are listed here?:

The Europe section of this site lists the folllowing snails appearing on select endangered species lists:
  • Snails that dwell in or migrate to any region found in Europe and any nearby islands of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Snails that dwell in the East Atlantic Ocean (Azores).
  • Snails of Iceland.
  • Snails that dwell in the Adriatic Sea and Sea of Azov.
  • Snails that dwell in the Black and Caspian Sea.
  • Snails that dwell in Corsica.
  • Snails that dwell in Cyprus.
  • Snails of the Palearctic.
  • Snails of Russia.
  • Snails of Eurasia.
  • Some species dwelling on the North African Coast.
  • Snails of the Mediterranean Sea and islands located in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Snails dwelling in islands of Spain (Canary, Balearic).
 In some cases, the creatures listed in this section may also be found on other continents or in other areas, which is why you may see additional areas noted in the range column.

Disclaimer: This list combines species from several endangered species lists. Using the total count of species found on this site as an official count of endangered species of the world is not recommended. For more information on what creatures are listed on this site, please visit our About Us page.

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