Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


Among the materials collected on the territory of Tashkent in 2018, Helix buchi was found not previously known for Central Asia. The presence of this species on the territory of Tashkent may be the result of anthropochory. The variability of conchological and anatomical features is given.

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