Zospeum bellesi

Gittenberger, E., 1973. Eine Zospeum–Art aus den Pyrenäen, Zospeum bellesi spec. nov. Basteria, 37: 137–140.

 

Type locality

“Cueva de Aso, cañón de Añisclo Sercué zwischen Vio und Boltaña, Huesca”.

 

Toponymic note and update

Cave of Aso, in Sercué, between Vió [Sercué and Vió are inhabited places in the municipality of Fanlo, province of Huesca] and Boltaña, municipality in the province of Huesca, Spain.

Types

Holotype: Museu de Ciències Naturals (Zoologia) de Barcelona, MZB 89–8575 (shell).

Paratypes: Museu de Ciències Naturals (Zoologia) de Barcelona, MZB 89–8576 (2 shells).

Types in other museums

Paratypes: Naturalis, Nationaal Natuurhistorisch Museum, Leiden, 54982 (8 paratypes).

Current name

Zospeum bellesi  Gittenberger, 1973

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