Lithoglyphus naticoides (C. Pfeiffer 1828) - Fluss-Steinkleber
[recent data, last modified 15.01.2005]

Lithoglyphus naticoides - Foto: V. Wiese

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Status quo (red dots: data newer than 2000):
Lithoglyphus naticoides inhabits large rivers or similar habitats. As it spread to Schleswig-Holstein from the southeast, its localities are restricted to the southeastern part of this federal country. It prefers hard substrates. The shell is sometimes heavily incrusted. The shell is about 8-10 mm in length. The colours of head and tentacles (yellow and black stripes) are typical for the species.

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