Schileykula maculata Páll-Gergely & Asami 2013
Schileykula maculata n. sp. from the castle of Kale (Gümüşhane Prov., north-eastern Turkey) is characterized by a ribbed shell, relatively bulging whorls, a sharp parietal callus and weak lamellae. The mantle bears large black spots, and the retractor muscle of the penis, which is fused with the proximal part of
the epiphallus, a feature that has not been observed in other species of the genus so far.
Key words: Orculidae, Schileykula, anatomy, new species
Barna Páll-Gergelya & Takahiro Asami. 2013. A new, ribbed Schileykula species from north-eastern Turkey (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Orculidae). North-Western Journal of Zoology. (North-West J. Zool). http://biozoojournals.3x.ro/nwjz/content/v9n1/nwjz.132304.Pall-Gergely.pdf