Turbellaria --- Distribution records

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Collecting site

Lago Maggiore (Verbano, Majeur, Locarno, Langensee), Switzerland

latitude: 45.950001    
longitude: 8.65    

Precision of location: Alexandria Digital Library (with NGA GNDB data)
Site Named Here: By name of island, bay, strait, lake, river, or stream, etc., named in source publication

Collected here:

Macrostomum orthostylum1913 or earlier78 mmud
Dalyellia cuspidata1913 or earlier30-40 m
Phaenocora unipunctata1913 or earlier78 m
Castrada spinulosa1913 or earlier40 m
Castrada quadridentata1913 or earlierIn the larger lakes, and deeper lakes.
Trigonostomum neocomense1913 or earlier30-40 m
Macrostomum orthostylum1911 or earlier
Microstomum lineare1911 or earlier8-17 m
Macrostomum appendiculatum1911 or earlierTeich bei Locarno am Lago Maggiore.
Macrostomum orthostylum1911 or earlier78 m
Dalyellia cuspidata1911 or earlierTeich bei Locarno am Lago Maggiore.
Castrella truncata1911 or earlierLago Maggiore, Ufer.
Phaenocora unipunctata1911 or earlier78 mLago Maggiore, in 78 m Tiefe.
Strongylostoma radiatum1911 or earlier8-10 mLago Maggiore.
Castrada spinulosa1911 or earlier8-40 mLitoral und Tiefe.
Trigonostomum neocomense1911 or earlier30-40 mLago Maggiore, Tiefe (vor Locarno, 30 bis 40 m).
Gyratrix hermaphroditus1911 or earlier4 mLago Maggiore, Litoral (4 m).
Otomesostoma auditivum1911 or earlier8-78 mLago Maggiore: Litoral und Tiefe (8-78 m).
Phaenocora unipunctata1912 or earlier78 mSchweiz, viele Fundorte, bis 1500 m ü.M. und 78 m Tiefe im Lago Maggiore.
Microdalyellia erythrocephalaAug 11, 1942Lago Maggiore, Delta der Toce-Mündung.