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Příspěvek k poznání vodních měkkýšů CHKO Blaník (Česká republika)
A contribution to the knowledge of aquatic molluscs of the Blaník PLA
Luboš BeranThis paper brings a review of a malacological survey of the Blaník Protected Landscape Area (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic). Aquatic molluscs at 35 different sites (wetlands, springs, brooks, small river, pools, ponds) were studied from 1996 to 2006. Altogether, 28 species of aquatic molluscs (14 gastropods, 14 bivalves) represented 36% of the total Czech aquatic mollusc fauna were found. The scattered population of endangered bivalve Unio crassus was confirmed in the Blanice River. A population of Gyraulus acronicus, a rare boreal element of the Czech malacofauna, was documented from one site. There an occurrence of only one non-native mollusc was confirmed at the area under study. Gyraulus parvus was identified from Býkovický Rybník pond.
Beran L., 2006: Příspěvek k poznání vodních měkkýšů CHKO Blaník (Česká republika) [A contribution to the knowledge of aquatic molluscs of the Blaník PLA (Czech Republic)]. – Malacologica Bohemoslovaca, 5: 46–50. https://doi.org/10.5817/MaB2006-5-46
Publication date: 3. 10. 2006. PDF (514 kb)
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