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Mountain Lake, Virginia, USA
elevation 4000 feet.
Precision of location: Alexandria Digital Library (with USGS GNIS data)
Site Named Here: By name of island, bay, strait, lake, river, or stream, etc., named in source publication
|Stenostomum virginianum||Jul 1930||collected in quiet pools.|
|Anokkostenostomum saliens||1938 or earlier|
|Stenostomum kepneri||1938 or earlier||collected from several localities in the region of Mountain Lake.|
|Anokkostenostomum tuberculosum||1938 or earlier||collected in large numbers.|
|Anokkostenostomum pegephilum||1938 or earlier||collected in large numbers from two springs in the region of the Mountain Lake Biological Station, at elevations of 3700 and 3900 feet (temp 42 degrees F and 46 degrees F).|
|dactyligera dactyligera||1935 or earlier||collected near south bank of lake.|
|Castrella truncata||1939 or earlier|
|viridata ovipara||1956 or earlier||Mountain Lake specimens are Typhloplana viridata but designated as a new sub-species, ovipara, since they have no viviparous stage of reproduction.|
|Microdalyellia gilesi||1941 or earlier||Mountain Lake and Blue Ridge Mountains.|
|Rhynchomesostoma rostratum||1939 or earlier|
|Geocentrophora baltica||1939 or earlier||Mountain Lake Station.|
|Castrella pinguis (1)||1939 or earlier|