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Juday, Chancey (ed.) / Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
volume XXI (1924)

Baker, Frank Collins
The fauna of the Lake Winnebago region,   pp. [109]-146 PDF (11.3 MB)


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Baker-The Fauna of The Lake Winnebago Region.     135
                               VIVAPARZ
   Liliplax subcarinta (Say). Lakes Winnebago and Butte des Morts, and
 Omro, Fox River, common.
   Campeloma ruf urm (Haldeman). Same localities as above.
                                PHYSIDAE
  Physa sayii Tappan. Lake Winnebago and Butte des Morts, common.
  These Physas are smaller than sayii from other localities, especially river
habitats, and may be the result of a lake environment, as has been the case
with so many other lake forms herein listed.
  Physa integra Haldeman. Terrell's gravel pit, near Lake Butte des Morts,
in small stream flowing from artificial pond. Rare.
  Physa integra billingsi Heron. The Lake Winnebago and Butte des Morts
specimens of integra seem referable to billingsi. Common.
  Physa gyrina hildrethiana Say. Swale half mile north of Oshkosh.
  Physa gyrina oleacea Tryon. Summer-dry pond in woods on Plummers
Point, near Lake Butte des Morts. Abundant.
  .Aplexa hypnorum (Linn.). Swale half mile north of Oshkosh.
                              PLAXORBIDAE
  Planorbis trivolvis Say. Omro, Fox River, among vegetation, common. Lakes
Butte des Morts and Winnebago in protected situations.
  Planorbis trivolvis fallax Haldeman. Lakes Winnebago and Butte des Morts.
In more exposed situations than typical trivolvia.
  Planorbis trivolvi8 pseudotrivolvis Baker. Lake Winnebago and Butte des
Morts in marshy places. Listed as Planorbis glabratus by Andrews (1915,
  Planorbis truncatwu Miles. Lakes Winnebago and Butte des Morts. The
most abundant Planorbis in the lake.
  Planorbis campanulatum Say. Lakes Winnebago and Butte des Morts, com-
mon.
  Planorbis antrosus Conrad. Same localities as above. Abundant only in
places.
  Planorbis antrosus striatus Baker. Same localities. The majority of the
antrosus are referable to the striate form.
  Planorbis deflectus Say. Lakes Butte des Morts and Winnebago, common.
  Planorbis exacuous Say. Same localities as above, not common.
  Planorbi8 parvus Say. Common in the two lakes. Rare at Omro, Fox River.
  Planorbis umbilicatellus CkAl. Shallow pool under railroad bridge on shore
of Lake Butte des Morts, north of Oshkosh, rare; swale north of Oshlkosh,
rare;
pool on Plummers point, in woods, Lake Butte des Morts, common. The first
record for Wisconsin.
  Segmentina armigera (Say). Small pool beneath railroad tracks north of
Oshkosh on shore of Lake Butte des Morts, not common.


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