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Dataset on: Las babosas (Mollusca Gastropoda, Pulmonata) de Teruel (Aragón, España) y el Rincón de Ademuz (Valencia, España)

Borredà, V.,; Martínez–Ortí, A.,


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&lt;p&gt;This paper presents the results of a study of slugs that was&amp;nbsp;carried out over the last three decades in the province of Teruel and Rinc&amp;oacute;n de Ademuz&amp;nbsp;(Valencia, Spain). Previous studies in the area were practically non&amp;ndash;existent. We provide a&amp;nbsp;list of species and localities and comment on the most relevant species from the anatomical,&amp;nbsp;taxonomic, or geographic point of view.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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