Check List 12(3): e19483, doi: 10.15560/12.3.1881
Terrestrial molluscs from the Ontario Far North
expand article infoRobert G. Forsyth, Michael J. Oldham§
‡ Research Associate, New Brunswick Museum Research Associate, Royal British Columbia Museum, Canada§ Natural Heritage Information Centre, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Canada
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From 2009–2014, incidental collections of terrestrial molluscs were made from the Far North of Ontario, Canada. Thirty-four species of terrestrial molluscs were identified from these collections, including one exotic species, Deroceras reticulatum, and three newly reported species from the Far North, Vallonia pulchella, Vertigo cf. genesii, and Gastrocopta similis. Vertigo cf. genesii is newly reported from Ontario. Some species have not been collected in Ontario for many years and some of these only once before. Subnational conservation ranks are discussed for higher-ranked species.
Mollusca; Gastropoda; Canada; Hudson Bay; James Bay; land snails; slugs; distribution; inventory; arctic coast; boreal forest; tundra