Turbellaria --- Distribution records

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site collection date depth substrate salin locality kind comments reference
A Lago Nahuel Huapi, Puerto Blest, Rio Negro, AgentinaAug 1989     freshwater   four specimens, from a small pond near lake Nahuel Huapi. Noreña-Janssen C (1995) 243
B from Marina to Angelica, Cordoba, ArgentinaApr 1989     freshwater   one specimen, from a series of ponds from Marina to Angelica. Noreña-Janssen C (1995) 243
C Skutustaoir, north IcelandJul 1-Aug 2, 1937     freshwater   pool near Skutustaoir (Myvatn), several specimens. Steinböck O (1948) 22-23
D Phoenix Park, Irelandprior to 1936     freshwater   pond Southern R (1936) ; from Young JO 1970 (citation)- p. 221
E The Scalp, Irelandprior to 1936     freshwater   pond Southern R (1936) ; from Young JO 1970 (citation)- p. 221
F Scotland (Schottland), United Kingdom1896 or earlier           Gamble FW (1896) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
G Scotland (Schottland), United Kingdom1913 or earlier     freshwater     Graff Lvon (1913) 137
H Artificial spring in Ramales de la Victoria, Spain1997-1999     Limnetic     Noreña C, Damborenea C, Faubel A & Brusa F (2007) 1992, 1994
I Ason River near Santa Ulalla Sanctuary, Spain1997-1999     Limnetic     Noreña C, Damborenea C, Faubel A & Brusa F (2007) 1992, 1994
J Hatch Mere, Hatchmere, Chester (Cheshire), United KingdomMay 1966 - Feb 1967 littoral   freshwater   calcium rich lake (38.0 mg/l). Young JO (1973) 204
K England, United Kingdom1913 or earlier           Whitehead H (1913) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
L Stevenage, United Kingdom1965-1967     freshwater   found in a percolating filter at the Water Pollution Research Laboratory. Young JO (1970) 222
M Theydon Bois, United Kingdomprior to 1913     freshwater     Whitehead H (1913) ; from Young JO 1970 (citation)- p. 221
N Cambridge, United KingdomAug 27, 1962     freshwater   Coe Fen. Identification confirmed by Young from specimens deposited at the British Museum. Crompton DWT, Smith MH (1963) ; from Young JO 1970 (citation)- p. 221
O France (Frankreich)1913 or earlier     freshwater     Graff Lvon (1913) 137
P Lille, Nord Pas de Calais, France1890 or earlier           Hallez P (1890) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
Q Geneve (Genf, Ginevra, Geneva), Switzerland1900 or earlier     freshwater   Saleve nahe bei Geneve (auf französischem Gebiet) Fuhrmann O (1900) from Hofsten 1912 (citation)- p. 626
R Geneve (Genf, Ginevra, Geneva), Switzerland1900 or earlier     freshwater   Tümpel auf dem Reculet nahe bei Geneve (Jura, auf französischem Gebiet, ca. 1500 m ü. M.) Fuhrmann O (1900) from Hofsten 1912 (citation)- p. 626 and Du Plessis 1897 (citation)
S Orbe, Switzerland1897 or earlier     freshwater   Tümpel und Gräben in der Umgebung von Orbe und Yverdon. Du Plessis G (1897) from Hofsten 1912 (citation)- p. 626
T Yverdon-les-Bains (Yverdon, Yverden), Switzerland1897 or earlier     freshwater   Tümpel und Gräben in der Umgebung von Orbe und Yverdon. Du Plessis G (1897) from Hofsten 1912 (citation)- p. 626
U Neuchâtel (Neuchatel, Neuenburg), Switzerland1906 or earlier     freshwater   Tümpel auf dem Pouillerel (Neuchateler Jura, 1220 m ü. M.). Thiébaud M, Favre J (1906) from Hofsten 1912 (citation)- p. 626 and Thiébaud & Favre 1906 (citation)
V Jura (Le Jura) Mountains, France and Switzerland1913 or earlier     freshwater   in lakes up to 1500 m altitude. Graff Lvon (1913) 137
W Hambachtal, Germany1963 or earlier           Luther A (1963) 132
X Münchenstein (Munchenstein), Switzerlandprior to 1894     freshwater   summer and winter. Fuhrmann O (1894) 218-222, 276
Y Helgoland, Germany1940 or earlier           Arndt W (1940) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
Z Reinach, Switzerlandprior to 1894     freshwater     Fuhrmann O (1894) 218-222, 276
A1 Lago Maggiore (Verbano, Majeur, Locarno, Langensee), Switzerland1912 or earlier 78 m       Schweiz, viele Fundorte, bis 1500 m ü.M. und 78 m Tiefe im Lago Maggiore. Hofsten N v (1912) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
B1 Lago Maggiore, Italy1950 or earlier           Steinböck O (1951) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
C1 Lago Maggiore (Verbano, Majeur, Locarno, Langensee), Switzerland1913 or earlier 78 m   freshwater     Graff Lvon (1913) 137
D1 Lago Maggiore, Italy1949 or earlier           Steinböck O (1949) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
E1 Lago Maggiore (Verbano, Majeur, Locarno, Langensee), Switzerland1911 or earlier 78 m   freshwater   Lago Maggiore, in 78 m Tiefe. Hofsten N v (1911) from Hofsten 1912 (citation)- p. 626
F1 Handschuhsheim (Handschuchsheim), Germany1963 or earlier           Luther A (1963) 132
G1 Heidelberg, Germany1963 or earlier           Luther A (1963) 132
H1 Denmark (Dänemark)1913 or earlier     freshwater     Graff Lvon (1913) 137
I1 Denmark (Dänemark)1905 or earlier           Brinkmann A (1905) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
J1 Hohner See, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyMay 18, 1956         (1 Ex.) Rixen J-U (1961) 500
K1 Schleswig-Holstein, Germany1961 or earlier           Rixen J-U (1961) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
L1 Harbor of Haseldorf, Elbe River Estuary, GermanyMay-Nov 1991   mud freshwater   many specimens; lenitic area of high sedimentation; muddy substrates covered with diatoms. Banks covered with Phragmites. Müller D, Faubel A (1993) 379
M1 Mühlenberger Loch, GermanyMay-Nov 1991   mud freshwater   many specimens. sheltered area of high sedimentation, mud sediments rich with detritus and covered with algae. Müller D, Faubel A (1993) 379
N1 Hasseldieksdamm, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyMar 5, 1957         Hasseldieksdammer Gehölz in Kiel, Buchenwaldtümpel (5 Ex.) Rixen J-U (1961) 500
O1 Hasseldieksdamm, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyMar 11, 1957         Hasseldieksdammer Gehölz in Kiel, Buchenwaldtümpel (1 Ex.) Rixen J-U (1961) 500
P1 Tannenberger Gehölz in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyApr 2, 1957         Teich im Tannenberger Gehölz in Kiel (6 Ex.) Rixen J-U (1961) 500
Q1 Vieburger Gehölz in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyApr 12, 1958         Buchenwaldtümpel (1 Ex.) Rixen J-U (1961) 500
R1 Schrevenborn, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyApr 19, 1956         Buchenwaldtümpel bei Schrevenborn (25 Ex.) Rixen J-U (1961) 500
S1 Rosensee, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyJul 9, 1957         Rosenfelder See, auf schlammigem Sandgrund (1 Ex.) Rixen J-U (1961) 500
T1 Selent, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyJun 3, 1957         Selent, Abflussgraben der Meierei (10 Ex.) Rixen J-U (1961) 500
U1 Hohe Tauern (Alti Tauri), Austria1925 or earlier           Meixner J (1925) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
V1 Greifswald, Germany1848 or earlier       type locality In den ersten Tagen des Januar wurde Derostomum Schmidtianum zuerst in der länge von 1" in einem kleinen Wiesengraben in ziemlicher Menge beobachtet. Schultze Max (1851) 52
W1 Germany (Deutschland)1913 or earlier     freshwater     Graff Lvon (1913) 137
X1 Rovigno (Rovigno d'Istria, Rovinj), Croatia1933 or earlier         Jugoslavien: Rovigno Steinböck O (1933) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
Y1 Rovigno (Rovigno d'Istria, Rovinj), Croatia1933 or earlier   mud freshwater   shady pools in Hütteroth Park. Steinböck O (1933) 10
Z1 Italy (Italien)1950 or earlier         Zentral Italien Papi F (1952) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
A2 Kurmark, Germany1942 or earlier           Weise M (1942) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
B2 Czechoslovakia (Tschechoslovakei)1880 or earlier           Vejdovsky F (1880) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
C2 Praha (Prague, Cheshskaya Praga, Praga, Prag), Czech Republic1886 or earlier           Sekera E (1886) [location from Louise Bush notes on literature for this species, see card]
D2 western and middle, Czech Republic (Böhmen, Bohmen, Bohemia)1913 or earlier     freshwater     Graff Lvon (1913) 137
E2 Graz (Gratz), Austria1909 or earlier           Bendl WE (1909) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
F2 Lisina (Lesina), Bosnia and Herzegovina1913 or earlier     freshwater     Graff Lvon (1913) 137
G2 Lisina (Lesina), Bosnia and Herzegovina1889 or earlier           Lippitsch K (1889) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
H2 Abisko, Sweden1916 or earlier         Torne Lappmark, Abisko, permanente Tümpel. Hofsten N v (1917) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
I2 Hungary (Ungarn)1913 or earlier           Graff Lvon (1913) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
J2 Pikku Malla, Lapland, FinlandJul 11, 1950         Kilpisjärvi, Pikku Malla, Bach auf der Südseite, ca 600 m ü.M., Wasser 8ºC, Tier weiss. Luther A (1963) 132
K2 Kilpisjarvi (Kilpisjärvi), FinlandJul 11, 1950         Kilpisjärvi, Pikku Malla, Bach auf der Südseite, ca 600 m ü.M., Wasser 8ºC, Tier weiss. Luther A (1963) 132
L2 Warszawa (Warschau, Varsavia, Varshava, Warsaw, Varsovie), Poland1926 or earlier         near Warsaw. thin-shelled eggs. Gieysztor M (1926) abstract
M2 Warszawa (Warschau, Varsavia, Varshava, Warsaw, Varsovie), Poland1926 or earlier           Gieysztor M (1926) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
N2 Torne Lappmark (Tornea Lappmark), Sweden1916 or earlier         Torne Lappmark, Abisko, permanente Tümpel. Hofsten N v (1917) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
O2 Zoologischen Station Tvärminne (Tvarminne), Hanko (Hango, Hangö), Finnish Bay, FinlandApr-May 1950         Zoolog. Station, Hästhagen, kleiner Graben mit fliessendem Wasser, 6-10º C Luther A (1963) 132
P2 Lappohja (Lappvik), Finnish Bay (Finnischen Meersbusen), FinlandAug 1951         Tenala, Lappvik, grosser Tümpel, 10-15 cm tief, 16-19ºC., in Vegetation u. Bodenproben. Luther A (1963) 132
Q2 Tenala (Tenhola), FinlandAug 1951         Tenala, Lappvik, grosser Tümpel, 10-15 cm tief, 16-19ºC., in Vegetation u. Bodenproben. Luther A (1963) 132
R2 Sofiya (Sofia), Bulgaria1926 or earlier           Valkanov A (1926) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
S2 Pirin-Gebirge (Piringebirge, Pirin), Bulgaria1934 or earlier           Valkanov A (1934) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
T2 Urjala (Urdiala), FinlandJun 2, 1956         Urajala, Raikko, Kalkkilehto Luther A (1963) 132
U2 Transilvania (Transylvania, Siebenburgen, Siebenbürgen, Ardeal, Erdely)1913 or earlier     freshwater     Graff Lvon (1913) 137
V2 Lohjanjarvi (Lohjanjärvi, Lojo-See, Lojosjö, Lojosee), Finland1902         Lojo = Lohja, Ufertümpel des Lojo-Sees. Luther A (1963) 132
W2 Janakkala, Finland1963 or earlier         Janakkala, Rauhaniemi, überschwemmte Uferwiesen des Puujoki, Vääksy, Uferwiese des Päijänne. Luther A (1963) 132
X2 Plovdiv, Bulgaria1926 or earlier           Valkanov A (1926) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
Y2 Sirkka (Sikkola), FinlandJul 1, 1950         Sirkka, Myllyoja, Callitriche, Moos, etc, weisse u. grüne Tiere. Luther A (1963) 132
Z2 Haaga (Haga), FinlandMay 11, 1952         Helsingfors = Helsinki, Haga, Graben mit schwach fliessendem Wasser, 14.8 ºC Luther A (1963) 132
A3 Puujoki, Finland1963 or earlier         Janakkala, Rauhaniemi, überschwemmte Uferwiesen des Puujoki, Vääksy, Uferwiese des Päijänne. Luther A (1963) 132
B3 Helsinki (Helsingkiranta, Helsinginkyla, Helsinge, Helsingfors, Khel’sinki, Yelsinki), FinlandMay 11, 1952         Helsingfors = Helsinki, Haga, Graben mit schwach fliessendem Wasser, 14.8 ºC Luther A (1963) 132
C3 Baltikum (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, West Prussia , East Prussia and Memel 1885 or earlier         (Ph. megalops) Braun M (1885) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
D3 Lammi, FinlandMay 26, 1956         Lammi, Biol. Station, grosser Tümpel unterhalb des Parks, 19 ºC Luther A (1963) 132
E3 Sorettianjärvi, FinlandJul 1950         Quelle des Sorettianjärvi (s. oben) Luther A (1963) 132
F3 Kittilä (Kittila), FinlandJul 1, 1950         Kittilä Luther A (1963) 132
G3 Tuusulanjarvi (Tuusulanjärvi, Tusbyträsk, Tusby träsk), FinlandMay 5, 1901           Luther A (1963) 132
H3 Nilivaara, FinlandJul 1950         Nilivaara, Wiesengräben mit Moos, Caltha etc. am Ufer des Sotkajärvi Luther A (1963) 132
I3 Hautajärvi, FinlandJul 1950         Hautajärvi, kleiner Bach am Ufer, 10-12 ºC., weisse u. grüne Exx. Luther A (1963) 132
J3 Carpathian Mountains, Romania1970 or earlier     freshwater   In the Carpathian sources and the stagnant freshwater basins of the Romanian Plain. Mack-Fira V (1970) ; from Mack-Fira 1974 (citation)- p. 262
K3 Päijänne, Finland1963 or earlier         Janakkala, Rauhaniemi, überschwemmte Uferwiesen des Puujoki, Vääksy, Uferwiese des Päijänne. Luther A (1963) 132
L3 Vesijarven Kanava (Vaaksy, Vääksy, Vaaskyn), Finland1963 or earlier         Janakkala, Rauhaniemi, überschwemmte Uferwiesen des Puujoki, Vääksy, Uferwiese des Päijänne. Luther A (1963) 132
M3 Sotkajärvi, FinlandJul 1950         Sotkajärvi an Myriophyllum Luther A (1963) 132
N3 Borgå (Porvoo, Borgo, Porvo, Porvoon Maalaiskunta), FinlandMay 1948         Wiesentümpel Luther A (1963) 132
O3 Luusua, FinlandJul 1, 1950         Quelle bei Luusua, durchrieseltes Moos (s. oben) Luther A (1963) 132
P3 Plain of Romania (Romanian Plain), Ilfov County, Romania1970 or earlier     freshwater   In the Carpathian sources and the stagnant freshwater basins of the Romanian Plain. Mack-Fira V (1970) ; from Mack-Fira 1974 (citation)- p. 262
Q3 Dorpat (Tartu, Terbata, Tartto, Derpt, Yurev, Yur'yev), Estonia1885 or earlier         (Ph. megalops) Braun M (1885) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
R3 Salojärvi, Finland1917 or earlier         Umgebung von Viipuri = Viborg, Salojärvi (Ph. megalops Nasonov 1917, p. 1107) Nasonov NV (1917) 1107; from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
S3 Mangalia Lake (village Limanu), RomaniaOct 17, 1968     freshwater   Numerous specimens, in a holocrene freshwater source without vegetation. Mack-Fira V (1974) 262
T3 Viborg (Viipuri, Wiborg, Vipuri), Leningradskaya Oblast', Russia1917 or earlier         Umgebung von Viipuri = Viborg, Salojärvi (Ph. megalops Nasonov 1917, p. 1107) Nasonov NV (1917) 1107; from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
U3 Rauvanniemi (Rauhaniemi), Finland1963 or earlier         Janakkala, Rauhaniemi, überschwemmte Uferwiesen des Puujoki, Vääksy, Uferwiese des Päijänne. Luther A (1963) 132
V3 Saint Petersburg (Sankt-Peterburg, Petrogrado, Petrograd, Leningrad), Russia1924 or earlier           Nasonov NV (1877) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
W3 Murom (Murom am Oka, Муром) , Russia1940 or earlier           Corde WJ (1940) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
X3 Saratov (Saretow, Saratow), Russia1902 or earlier         Wolga bei Saratov Zykoff W (1902) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
Y3 Kirov (Wjatka, Киров, Khlynov , Kirow, Viatka, Vyatka, Vjatka), Russia1921 or earlier           Nasonov NV (1921) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
Z3 Perm (Perm'), Russia1921 or earlier           Beklemischev VN (1921) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
A4 Tien Shan(Tien-Shan, Tien Range, Tien Shan Mountains, T'ien-shan Shan-mo, T'ien-Shan Range, Thian Schan, Tyan' Shan', Thian Shan, Tienschan), Kyrgyzstan1908 or earlier         Tien-Schan, 3500 m ü.M., schwach salziger See, Gebiet des Lob-noor Bendl WE (1908) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
B4 Sumatra (Sumatera, Andalus,Andalas), Indonesia1933 or earlier         bis 1350 m ü.M. Reisinger E (1933) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
C4 Amurskaya Oblast (Amur Oblast, Amurgebiet), Russia1950 or earlier           Beklemischev VN (1950) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132
D4 Khabarovsk (Chabarovsk, Chabarowsk), Russia1950 or earlier           Beklemischev VN (1950) from Luther 1963 (citation)- p. 132