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Lueger, J.P. (1981). Die Landschnecken im Pannon und Pont des Wiener Beckens. Denkschriften der Akademie der Wissenschaften. 120: 1-124.
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Lueger, J.P.
1981
Die Landschnecken im Pannon und Pont des Wiener Beckens
Denkschriften der Akademie der Wissenschaften
120: 1-124
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Abida costata Lueger, 1981 † accepted as Granaria costata (Lueger, 1981) † (original description)
Acme (Acme) edlaueri (Schlickum, 1970) † accepted as Acicula edlaueri Schlickum, 1970 † (basis of record)
Acme (Platyla) Moquin-Tandon, 1856 accepted as Platyla Moquin-Tandon, 1856 (basis of record)
Acme (Platyla) subpolita Gottschick, 1921 † accepted as Platyla subpolita (Gottschick, 1921) † (basis of record)
Aegopis (Pontaegopis) Lueger, 1981 † accepted as Archaeozonites (Pontaegopis) Lueger, 1981 † represented as Archaeozonites F. Sandberger, 1872 † (original description)
Apula (Steklovia) halavatsi Schlickum, 1979 † accepted as Apula goniostoma (F. Sandberger, 1872) † (source of synonymy)
Argna suemeghyi (Bartha, 1956) † accepted as Argna oppoliensis (Andreae, 1902) † (basis of record)
Azeca tridentiformis austriaca Lueger, 1981 † (original description)
Cepaea (Cepaea) bulla Lueger, 1981 † represented as Cepaea bulla Lueger, 1981 † (original description)
Clausilia (Clausilia) voesendorfensis (Papp & Thenius, 1954) † accepted as Macrogastra voesendorfensis (Papp & Thenius, 1954) † (basis of record)
Gastrocopta (Sinalbinula) hartmutnordsiecki Schlickum, 1979 † accepted as Gastrocopta nouletiana (Dupuy, 1850) † (source of synonymy)
Gastrocopta (Vertigopsis) meijeri Schlickum, 1978 † accepted as Gastrocopta moravica (Petrbok, 1959) † (basis of record)
Gastrocopta fissidens infrapontica Wenz, 1927 † (basis of record)
Helicigona (Campylaea) gaali Soós, 1934 † accepted as Apula goniostoma (F. Sandberger, 1872) † (source of synonymy)
Helicigona (Kosicia) pelissae Soós, 1934 † accepted as Apula goniostoma (F. Sandberger, 1872) † (source of synonymy)
Helicigona atava Wenz, 1927 † (additional source)
Helicigona wenzi Soós, 1934 † (basis of record)
Helix (Aegista) ponticus Halaváts, 1923 † accepted as Apula goniostoma (F. Sandberger, 1872) † (source of synonymy)
Helix (Fruticicola) moedlingensis Schlosser, 1907 † accepted as Leucochroopsis kleinii (Klein, 1846) † (source of synonymy)
Hyalinia (Polita) miocaenica Andreae, 1902 † accepted as Perpolita miocaenica (Andreae, 1902) † (new combination reference)
Janulus joossi Schlickum, 1979 † accepted as Discus pleuradrus (Bourguignat, 1881) † (source of synonymy)
Klikia (Apula) coarctata (Klein, 1853) † accepted as Apula coarctata (Klein, 1853) † (basis of record)
Klikia (Apula) coarctata planispira Lueger, 1981 † accepted as Klikia (Apula) planispira Lueger, 1981 † accepted as Apula planispira (Lueger, 1981) † (original description)
Klikia (Klikia) trolli Lueger, 1981 † represented as Klikia trolli Lueger, 1981 † (original description)
Klikia (Steklovia) fraudulosa (Steklov, 1966) † accepted as Apula fraudulosa (Steklov, 1966) † (basis of record)
Klikia (Steklovia) magna Lueger, 1981 † accepted as Apula magna (Lueger, 1981) † (original description)
Klikia kaeufeli Wenz, 1927 † (additional source)
Lauria austriaca Wenz, 1921 † accepted as Leiostyla austriaca (Wenz, 1921) † (new combination reference)
Monacha (Monacha) lorentheyi Soós, 1934 † accepted as Apula goniostoma (F. Sandberger, 1872) † (source of synonymy)
Nordsieckia fischeri pontica Lueger, 1981 † accepted as Nordsieckia pontica Lueger, 1981 † (original description)
Perpolita disciformis Lueger, 1981 † (original description)
Perpolita miocaenica (Andreae, 1902) † (basis of record)
Pseudidyla vindobonensis Papp & Thenius, 1954 † accepted as Macrogastra vindobonensis (Papp & Thenius, 1954) † (additional source)
Trichia (Leucochroopsis) moedlingensis (Schlosser, 1907) † accepted as Leucochroopsis kleinii (Klein, 1846) † (source of synonymy)
Triptychia (Milneedwardsia) lageti schultzi Lueger, 1981 † accepted as Triptychia schultzi Lueger, 1981 † (original description)
Tropidomphalus (Pseudochloritis) abrettensis (Fontannes, 1876) † accepted as Pseudochloritis abrettensis (Fontannes, 1876) † (additional source)
Vertigo (Vertigo) callosa Reuss in Reuss & Meyer, 1849 † represented as Vertigo callosa Reuss in Reuss & Meyer, 1849 † (basis of record)
Vertigo (Vertigo) pusilla O. F. Müller, 1774 represented as Vertigo pusilla O. F. Müller, 1774 (basis of record)
Vertigo (Vertigo) pusilla moedlingensis Wenz & Edlauer, 1942 † accepted as Vertigo moedlingensis Wenz & Edlauer, 1942 † (additional source)
Vertigo angustior oecsensis (Halaváts, 1903) † accepted as Vertigo ocsensis (Halaváts, 1903) † (additional source)
Vitrea subrimatula Wenz, 1921 † (additional source)
Holotype NHMW 81.218, identified as Cepaea (Cepaea) bulla Lueger, 1981
Holotype NHMW 81.219, identified as Klikia (Steklovia) magna Lueger, 1981
Holotype NHMW 81.220, identified as Klikia (Apula) coarctata planispira Lueger, 1981
Holotype NHMW 81.221, identified as Klikia (Klikia) trolli Lueger, 1981
 Status

Junior homonym of Helix pontica P. Fischer in Tchihatcheff, 1866. Schlickum (1979) introduced Apula (Steklovia) ... [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (brickyard), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone D), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Velm, Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone G-H), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Götzendorf, Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone F), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Lanzendorf, Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone B/C), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (brickyard), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone D), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Götzendorf, Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone F), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Mödling (Eichkogel), Lower Austria, Austria; Tortonian (mammal zone MN 11), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Velm, Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone G-H), Tortonian, late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Götzendorf, Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone F), late Miocene [details]


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