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  • Print publication year: 2010
  • Online publication date: November 2010
  • First published in: 1904

Appendix to the Article on the Mollusca


Since going to press the writer is indebted to Mrs Hughes for the following additional localities and notes on living forms from her own observations.

Neritina fluviatilis; Hauxton Mill, Ditton.

Vieipara vivipara; the record on p. 123 is based on a single specimen in Wisbech Museum, which is possibly a young V. contecta.

Limnaea truncatula; Wisbech Canal (brackish water), River Nene, Roslyn Pit at Ely.

Planorbis crista; White House Drove near Littleport, March.

Vitrea rogersi; fairly common, Cambridge, Harston, Hauxton.

V. radiatula; Hauxton Mill.

Zonitoides excavatus; Madingley, March.

Euconulus fulvus; Grantchester, Madingley, etc.

Sphyradium edentulum; Roman Road on the Gogmagog.

Hygromia granulata; Hauxton, Whittlesford, Waterbeach.

Acanthinula aculeata; found again recently in Madingley Wood by Mrs Hughes and Mr Laidlaw (see p. 121).

Vallonia pulchella; Thorney, Cherryhinton, but less common than V. costata, which is found all over the county (see p. 122).

Helicigona lapicida; alive at Fen Ditton (see p. 130); seems dying out.

Helix hortensis; not common, but occurs at Fen Ditton, Haslingfield, Fulbourn, Cherryhinton and March.

Ena obscura; fairly common in and about Cambridge.

Caecilioides acicula; in holes in gravel, Cambridge Station, the Observatory, and alive at Hauxton (see p. 121).

Jaminia cylindracea; Bracondale (Cambridge), Babraham, Hauxton, Baitsbite, Duxford.

Vertigo pygmaea; Roman Road on the Gogmagog.

Balea perversa; on willows along Bourne Brook and on elms N.W. of March.

Clausilia laminata; Madingley, Haslingfield, Cherryhinton, Fen Ditton.