Ancylidae


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After Oligocheta, Chironomidae was the second major group (for all subfamilies) followed by Ancylidae and Polycentropodidae (Trichoptera).
Number of individuals Near Sites (10) Distant sites (6) Dry Rainy Dry Rainy season season season season Ancylidae 183 98 119 23 Mytilidae 0 8 0 0 Thiaridae 0 30 0 19 Bivalvia NI * 0 26 0 1 Ostracoda 0 0 0 221 Glossiphonidae 45 388 8 98 Tubificidae 27 1899 4 250 Aelosomatidae 59 0 22 0 Lumbriculidae 34 0 1 0 Piscicolidae 1 3 1 0 Chironomidae 479 28 147 65 Tipulidae 0 6 0 8 Polycentropodidae 45 7 10 3 Caenidae 2 0 0 0 Trichorythidae 0 0 1 0 Libellulidae 10 0 1 0 Acari 5 0 0 0 TOTAL 890 2489 314 688 * NI--non identified.
Ancylidae (Gastropoda: Basommatophora) na America do Sul: Sistematica e distribuicao.
Catalogue of Ancylidae of South and Central America and the West Indies, with description of a new species.
nymph) Lymnephilidae Sp d Phreodrilidae Antarctodrilus proboscidae Siponotidae Ancylidae Ferrissia sp.
Dina parva Erpobdella punctata Mooreobdella Mooreobdella fervida Mooreobdella microstoma Glossiphoniidae Helobdella Helobdella stagnalis Placobdella unidentified leeches X X leech cocoons Phylum Mollusca Gastropoda Ancylidae Ferrissia C Hydrobiidae Amnicola X Lymnaeidae X Lymnaea Physidae C Aplexa Physa X X Physella Planorbidae Gyraulus X Helisoma Planorbula X Promenetus X Promenetus?
Uncancylus concentricus (d'Orbigny, 1835) belongs to the Ancylidae family and is distributed throughout the Neotropical region from Costa Rica to Lago Buenos Aires, Patagonia, Argentina.
Within the Neotropical region, the Ancylidae are represented by seven genera, Anisancylus Pilsbry, 1924; Gundlachia Pfeiffer, 1849; Uncancylus Pilsbry, 1913; Hebetancylus Pilsbry, 1913; Burnupia Walker, 1912; Ferrissia, Walker, 1903; and Laevapex Walker, 1903 (Lanzer, 1991, 1996; Dos Santos, 2003).
Despite the importance of these freshwater gastropods in terms of ecology and medicine, the Ancylidae family has been poorly studied over the last decades, while the few investigations conducted along those lines have thus far been complicated by persistent systematic uncertainties (Jorgensen et al.
During the sampling period 20 species and 2 subspecies of the Gastropoda were found, belonging to the families Planorbidae, Chilinidae, Physidae, Ancylidae, Cochliopidae, Lithogliphidae, and Ampullariidae along with 5 species of the Bivalvia of the families Corbiculidae, Sphaeridae, and Mytilidae.
The Ancylidae family was represented by two species: Hebetancylus moricandi (D'Orbigny, 1837) was found the most frequently with peak values in spring, slightly lower levels in winter and summer, and a minimum representation in autumn.
While Pomacea canaliculata, Pisidium, Eupera and Ancylidae were more frequent in permanent wetlands with larger area and located at lower altitudes, Omalonyx convexus, Lymnaea columella, Drepanotrema and Biomphalaria were observed mainly in wetlands with lower area and located at higher altitudes.
Our results showed that Biomphalaria and Ancylidae were mainly observed in wetlands with lower water conductivity.
2 ANCYLIDAE Gundlachia PLANORBIDAE THIARIDAE Aylacostoma behni Hylton Scott, 1951 PHYSIDAE (n/i) Crustacea Ostracoda Cypridopsis vidua Muller, 1776 Isocypris Cytheridella ilosvayi Daday, 1905 Cytheridella sp.