Monacha cartusiana fg01.jpg

Classis : Gastropoda 
cladus Heterobranchia
cladus Euthyneura
cladus Panpulmonata
cladus Eupulmonata
cladus Stylommatophora
grex informalis Sigmurethra 
Superfamilia : Helicoidea 
Familia : Hygromiidae 
Subfamilia : Monachainae 
Genus : Monacha 
Fitzinger, 1833[1]
   
Species typica
Monacha cartusiana (Müller, 1774)

Monacha est genus parvorum et mediorum molluscorum terrestrium pulmonatorum familiae Hygromiidarum classis Gastropodorum, cochlearum pilosarum et earum sociorum.

DistributioRecensere

Distributio generis Monachae Europam Occidentalem et Mediam, regionem Mediterraneam, Asiam Minorem et Turciam comprehendit (plus quam quinquaginta species),[2] Georgia, Russia, Arabia, Irania, Atropatene (1 species).[3] In Armenia deest.[3] Maxima specierum diversitas in regione Pontica fit.[3]

SpeciesRecensere

Species generis sunt:[3]

Subgenus Monacha

Subgenus Paratheba

Subgenus Metatheba

Subgenus incertum

Species Ashfordiana granulata (Alder, 1830) etiam in genere Monacha saepe ponitur.

NotaeRecensere

  1. L. I. Fitzinger (1833), "Systematisches Verzeichniß der im Erzherzogthume Oesterreich vorkommenden Weichthiere, als Prodrom einer Fauna derselben," Beiträge zur Landeskunde Oesterreich's unter der Enns 3:88–122.
  2. B. Hausdorf (2000), "The genus Monacha in Turkey (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Hygromiidae)," Arch. Molluskenk. 128:61–151.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 B. Hausdorf (2000), "The genus Monacha in the Western Caucasus (Gastropoda: Hygromiidae)," Journal of Natural History 34(8):1575–1594. PDF. doi:10.1080/00222930050117495.
  4. B. Hausdorf et B. Páll-Gergely (2009), "Monacha oecali new species from southern Turkey (Gastropoda:Hygromiidae)," Journal of Conchology 40(1):15–18. abstractum.
  5. B. Páll-Gergely (2010), "New and little known land snails from Turkey (Gastropoda: Pulmonata)," Zoology in the Middle East 50:89–94. abstractum.