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First record of the predatory semi-slug Daudebardia rufa (Draparnaud, 1805) from the UK (Eupulmonata: Daudebardiidae)

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... 20. Daudebardia rufa, a semi-slug, was first recorded in the UK from clay pits near Caerphilly in south Wales (Rowson et al., 2016). It is spreading but very localized in occurrence. ...
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... The park harbours a large collection of old trees, has humid areas and several low maintenance areas where leaf litter can accumulate. Interestingly, a population of its closely resembling congener D. rufa (Draparnaud, 1805) has recently been found in the UK (Owen et al. 2016). Although the authors expressed uncertainty whether D. rufa is an overlooked native species or an introduced species, our find of D. brevipes in Ghent shows that generally rare Daudebardia spp. ...
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