Turbellarian taxonomic database

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(Polycelis tibetica (2)) = Polycelidia tibetica (2)

  site map site # (info) collection date kind depth substrate salin comments reference
A Kashmir map 38541934 or earlier default type     freshwater common in Kashmir and Indian Tibet above 2440 m altitude. Found up to 4700 m, highest record for a triclad. Hyman LH (1934): abstract
B Indian Tibet (Ladakh) map 38551934 or earlier default type     freshwater common in Kashmir and Indian Tibet above 2440 m altitude. Found up to 4700 m, highest record for a triclad. Hyman LH (1934): abstract
C Sonamarg, Jammu and Kashmīr, India map 67671934 or earlier         Many localities in Kashmir and Indian Tibet (Sonamarg, Matayan, Dras, Kargil, Himis, Gonpa, Loh, Bao, Kyam, and Tso) Hyman LH (1934): from Kawakatsu & Liu 1987 (citation)- p. 43
D Matayan (Matāyān), Jammu and Kashmīr, India map 67681934 or earlier         Many localities in Kashmir and Indian Tibet (Sonamarg, Matayan, Dras, Kargil, Himis, Gonpa, Loh, Bao, Kyam, and Tso) Hyman LH (1934): from Kawakatsu & Liu 1987 (citation)- p. 43
E Dras (Drās), Jammu and Kashmīr, India map 67691934 or earlier         Many localities in Kashmir and Indian Tibet (Sonamarg, Matayan, Dras, Kargil, Himis, Gonpa, Loh, Bao, Kyam, and Tso) Hyman LH (1934): from Kawakatsu & Liu 1987 (citation)- p. 43
F Kargil, Jammu and Kashmīr, India map 67701934 or earlier         Many localities in Kashmir and Indian Tibet (Sonamarg, Matayan, Dras, Kargil, Himis, Gonpa, Loh, Bao, Kyam, and Tso) Hyman LH (1934): from Kawakatsu & Liu 1987 (citation)- p. 43
G Himis Gömpa, Jammu and Kashmīr, India map 67711934 or earlier         Many localities in Kashmir and Indian Tibet (Sonamarg, Matayan, Dras, Kargil, Himis, Gonpa, Loh, Bao, Kyam, and Tso) Hyman LH (1934): from Kawakatsu & Liu 1987 (citation)- p. 43
H northeastern Tibet (Xizang Zizhiqu, Thibet, Sitsang, Thibet, Bod, Tubut, Hsi-tsang Tzu-chih-ch'u), Tibet Autonomous Region, China map 67721959 or earlier         alpine region of the northeastern are of Tibet (Hsitsand). Hyman LH (1934): and Tu & Po 1959 (citation)from Kawakatsu & Liu 1987 (citation)- p. 43

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