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Jekelius, E. (1932). Fauna Neogenă a României. Die Molluskenfauna der dazischen Stufe des Beckens von Braşov. Memoriile Institutului geologic al României. 2, 1-118.
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Jekelius, E.
1932
Fauna Neogena a României. Die Molluskenfauna der dazischen Stufe des Beckens von Brasov
Memoriile Institutului geologic al României
2, 1-118
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Ancylus alutae Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Bulimus tentaculatus (Linnaeus, 1758) accepted as Bithynia tentaculata (Linnaeus, 1758) (basis of record)
Carinifex quadrangulus Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † accepted as Gyraulus quadrangulus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (new combination reference)
Coretus sulekianus (Brusina, 1874) † accepted as Planorbarius sulekianus (Brusina, 1874) † (basis of record)
Gyraulus (Gyraulus) quadrangulus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † represented as Gyraulus quadrangulus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (status source)
Gyraulus (Gyraulus) radmanesti (Fuchs, 1870) † accepted as Fuchsogyra radmanesti (Fuchs, 1870) † (additional source)
Gyraulus arminiensis Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Gyraulus arminiensis f. contractus Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Gyraulus arminiensis Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Gyraulus arminiensis f. depressus Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Gyraulus arminiensis Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Gyraulus quadrangulus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (basis of record)
Gyraulus quadrangulus f. complanatus Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Gyraulus quadrangulus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (original description)
Gyraulus quadrangulus f. tectus Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Gyraulus quadrangulus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (original description)
Gyraulus radmanesti (Fuchs, 1870) † accepted as Fuchsogyra radmanesti (Fuchs, 1870) † (basis of record)
Gyraulus transsylvanicus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (basis of record)
Hydrobia aitai Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Hydrobia alutae Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Hydrobia alutae f. carinata Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Hydrobia alutae Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Hydrobia arminiensis Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Tanousia arminiensis (Jekelius, 1932) † (original description)
Hydrobia barzaviae Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Hydrobia margarita Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) margaritus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † represented as Pseudamnicola margaritus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (additional source)
Hydrobia prisca Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † accepted as Pyrgula prisca (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (status source)
Lymnaea (Acella) transsilvanica (L. Roth, 1881) † accepted as Acella transsilvanica (L. Roth, 1881) † (basis of record)
Lymnaea (Radix) alutae Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Radix alutae (Jekelius, 1932) † (original description)
Micromelania nuda Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Odontohydrobia dacica Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Planorbis (Tropidiscus) transsylvanicus Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † accepted as Gyraulus transsylvanicus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (new combination reference)
Planorbis radmanesti Fuchs, 1870 † accepted as Fuchsogyra radmanesti (Fuchs, 1870) † (additional source)
Planorbis transsylvanicus Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † accepted as Gyraulus transsylvanicus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (new combination reference)
Planorbis transylvanicus Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † accepted as Gyraulus transsylvanicus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (new combination reference)
Planorbis transylvanicus transylvanicus [sic] † accepted as Gyraulus transsylvanicus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (new combination reference)
Prososthenia budusi Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Aluta) Jekelius, 1933 † accepted as Brasovia Neubauer, Kroh, Harzhauser, Georgopoulou & Mandic, 2015 † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Aluta) carinata Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Brasovia carinata (Jekelius, 1932) † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Aluta) trochiformis Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Brasovia trochiformis (Jekelius, 1932) † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Aluta) trochisimilis Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Brasovia trochisimilis (Jekelius, 1932) † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Corona) Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) Jekelius, 1933 † represented as Pseudamnicola Paulucci, 1878 (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Corona) bithynoides Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) bithynoides Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Pseudamnicola bithynoides Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Corona) laevigata Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) laevigatus (Jekelius, 1932) † represented as Pseudamnicola laevigatus (Jekelius, 1932) † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Corona) margarita (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) margaritus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † represented as Pseudamnicola margaritus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (basis of record)
Pseudamnicola (Corona) margarita f. bifrons Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) margarita f. bifrons Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Pseudamnicola margaritus bifrons Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Corona) margarita f. globulosa Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) margarita f. globulosa Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Pseudamnicola margaritus globulosus Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Corona) margarita f. nuda Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) margarita f. nuda Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Pseudamnicola margaritus nudus Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Corona) pagoda f. maior Jekelius, 1932 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) pagoda maior (Jekelius, 1932) † represented as Pseudamnicola pagodus maior (Jekelius, 1932) † (original description)
Pseudamnicola (Corona) transilvanica (Brusina, 1902) † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) transilvanicus (Brusina, 1902) † represented as Pseudamnicola transilvanicus (Brusina, 1902) † (additional source)
Pseudamnicola (Sandria) bodosensis (L. Roth, 1881) † accepted as Tanousia bodosensis (L. Roth, 1881) † (basis of record)
Pseudamnicola (Sandria) kochi (Brusina, 1902) † accepted as Tanousia adnata (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (basis of record)
Pyrgula angulataeformis Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Pyrgula dacica Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Pyrgula elegans Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Pyrgula elegantissima (Frauenfeld, 1864) † (additional source)
Pyrgula elegantissima f. ilieni Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Pyrgula elegantissima (Frauenfeld, 1864) † (original description)
Pyrgula eugeniae (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (additional source)
Pyrgula margarita (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) margaritus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † represented as Pseudamnicola margaritus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (additional source)
Pyrgula pagoda (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) pagodus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † represented as Pseudamnicola pagodus (Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875) † (additional source)
Pyrgula transilvanica Brusina, 1902 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) transilvanicus (Brusina, 1902) † represented as Pseudamnicola transilvanicus (Brusina, 1902) † (new combination reference)
Pyrgula transylvanica Brusina, 1902 † accepted as Pseudamnicola (Barassia) transilvanicus (Brusina, 1902) † represented as Pseudamnicola transilvanicus (Brusina, 1902) † (new combination reference)
Theodoxus semiplicatus f. nigra Jekelius, 1932 † (basis of record)
Valvata (Cincinna) bifrons Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † accepted as Valvata (Cincinna) eugeniae bifrons Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † represented as Valvata eugeniae bifrons Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † (status source)
Valvata (Cincinna) gibbulaeformis Brusina, 1902 † accepted as Valvata (Cincinna) eugeniae gibbulaeformis Brusina, 1902 † represented as Valvata eugeniae gibbulaeformis Brusina, 1902 † (status source)
Valvata (Cincinna) piscinalis f. trochiformis Jekelius, 1932 † represented as Valvata piscinalis trochiformis Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Valvata (Cincinna) piscinalis subcarinata Brusina, 1878 † accepted as Valvata subcarinata Brusina, 1878 † (basis of record)
Valvata (Tropidina) bifrons Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † accepted as Valvata (Cincinna) eugeniae bifrons Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † represented as Valvata eugeniae bifrons Neumayr in Herbich & Neumayr, 1875 † (status source)
Valvata gibbulaeformis Brusina, 1902 † accepted as Valvata (Cincinna) eugeniae gibbulaeformis Brusina, 1902 † represented as Valvata eugeniae gibbulaeformis Brusina, 1902 † (status source)
Viviparus aitaiensis Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Viviparus alutae Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Viviparus graciosus Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)
Viviparus pseudovukotinovici Jekelius, 1932 † (original description)








































































































































































































 Type locality

Căpeni (Forrás brook) ("Forrasbach"), Covasna, Romania; Piacenzian, late Pliocene [details]

 Type locality

Ilieni, Covasna, Romania; Piacenzian, late Pliocene [details]

 Type locality

Sfântu Gheorghe (Debren valley), Covasna, Romania; Piacenzian, late Pliocene [details]


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