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Plži přírodní rezervace Draplavý v CHKO Beskydy
Gastropods of the Draplavý Nature Reserve in the Beskydy PLA

Radovan Coufal

The Draplavý Nature Reserve is located in the northeastern part of the Beskydy PLA, near the Staré Hamry Town. The subject of protection is a gulch eroded in mostly calcium-rich flysch bedrock by the Draplavý Brook, where the tree composition is rather natural, while in the surroundings a spruce monoculture is present. During the survey in 2020, 32 species were recorded (31 terrestrial and 1 aquatic). In total, 36 species (35 terrestrial and 1 aquatic) are known from the area. The species composition consisted predominantly of forest dwellers (27; 75%), followed by euryoecious (4; 11%), hygrophilous (4; 11%) and aquatic (1; 3%) species. The most remarkable species are Daudebardia brevipes (VU), Vitrea transsylvanica (VU), and Macrogastra tumida, although all mentioned taxa occur in very low abundances.

Keywords: faunistics, Gastropoda, Moravia, Beskydy Protected Landscape Area

Coufal R., 2020: Plži přírodní rezervace Draplavý v CHKO Beskydy [Gastropods of the Draplavý Nature Reserve in the Beskydy PLA]. – Malacologica Bohemoslovaca, 19: 107–113.

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