Turbellarian taxonomic database

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

  site site # (info) collection date kind depth substrate salin comments reference
A Kashmir 3854
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1934 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) 3855
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1934 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 6767
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1934 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 6768
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1934 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 6769
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1934 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 6770
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1934 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 6771
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1934 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 6772
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1959 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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