Laver spire shells Hydrobia ulvae, copyright G.-U. Tolkiehn.

Belongs within: Truncatelloidea.

The Hydrobiinae are a group of minute snails that are mostly found in brackish or marginal marine environments around the North Atlantic.

See also: The Hydrobiinae: North Atlantic mud-snails.

    |--Pyrgorientalia Radoman 1973 [Pyrgorientaliinae] BR05
    |    `--*P. zilchi (Schütt 1964) [=Chilopyrgula zilchi] BR17
    |--Pseudocaspia Starobogatov 1972 [Pseudocaspiidae] BR05
    |    |--*P. issykkulensis (Clessin 1894) [=Caspia issykkulensis] BR17
    |    |--P. kainarensis Starobogatov 1972 BV86
    |    |--P. ljovuschkini Starobogatov 1972 BV86
    |    `--P. starostini Starobogatov 1972 BV86
    `--Hydrobia Hartmann 1821 BR05
         |--*H. acuta (Draparnaud 1805) KC60 (see below for synonymy)
         |--H. accrensis Connolly 1929 V07
         |--H. ameghini O05
         |--H. balatonica B91
         |--H. chopardiana (de Loriol 1865) [=Bithinia chopardiana] B91
         |--H. compacta C64
         |--H. gondwanica Cox 1953 TTE93
         |--H. parchappi O05
         |--H. stagnalis B91
         |--H. truncata DPS84
         |--H. ulvae (Pennant 1777) BM88 [incl. H. ulvae var. barleei N79]
         |--H. ventrosa [incl. Paludestrina stagnalis] B68
         `--H. zhichengensis NG13

*Hydrobia acuta (Draparnaud 1805) KC60 [=Cyclostoma acutum KC60, Bulimus (Elisma) acutus G40, Helix acuta PB27, Paludestrina acuta PB27; incl. Bulimus articulatus G40, Helix bifasciata G40, Elisma fasciata G40, Bulimus fasciatus G40, Lymnaea fasciata G40, Turbo fasciatus G40, Bulimus variabilis G40]

*Type species of generic name indicated


[B91] Bandel, K. 1991. Gastropods from brackish and fresh water of the Jurassic–Cretaceous transition (a systematic reevaluation). Berliner Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen, Reihe A 134: 9–55.

[B68] Bernard, F. R. 1968. Sexual dimorphism in Polinices lewisi (Naticidae). Nautilus 82 (1): 1–3.

[BM88] Bieler, R., & P. M. Mikkelsen. 1988. Anatomy and reproductive biology of two western Atlantic species of Vitrinellidae, with a case of protandrous hermaphroditism in the Rissoacea. Nautilus 102 (1): 1–29.

[BV86] Bole, J., & F. Velkovrh. 1986. Mollusca from continental subterranean aquatic habitats. In: Botosaneanu, L. (ed.) Stygofauna Mundi: A Faunistic, Distributional, and Ecological Synthesis of the World Fauna inhabiting Subterranean Waters (including the Marine Interstitial) pp. 177–208. E. J. Brill/Dr W. Backhuys: Leiden.

[BR05] Bouchet, P., & J.-P. Rocroi. 2005. Classification and nomenclator of gastropod families. Malacologia 47 (1–2): 1–397.

[BR17] Bouchet, P., J.-P. Rocroi, B. Hausdorf, A. Kaim, Y. Kano, A. Nützel, P. Parkhaev, M. Schrödl & E. E. Strong. 2017. Revised classification, nomenclator and typification of gastropod and monoplacophoran families. Malacologia 61 (1–2): 1–526.

[C64] Carpenter, P. P. 1864. Supplementary report on the present state of our knowledge with regard to the Mollusca of the west coast of North America. Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 33: 517–686.

[DPS84] Davis, G. M., & M. C. Pons da Silva. 1984. Potamolithus: morphology, convergence, and relationships among hydrobioid snails. Malacologia 25 (1): 73–108.

[G40] Gray, J. E. 1840. A Manual of the Land and Fresh-water Shells of the British Islands, with figures of each of the kinds. By William Turton, M.D. A new edition, thoroughly revised and much enlarged. Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans: London.

[KC60] Knight, J. B., L. R. Cox, A. M. Keen, R. L. Batten, E. L. Yochelson & R. Robertson. 1960. Gastropoda: systematic descriptions. In: Moore, R. C. (ed.) Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology pt I. Mollusca 1: Mollusca—General Features, Scaphopoda, Amphineura, Monoplacophora, Gastropoda—General Features, Archaeogastropoda and some (mainly Paleozoic) Caenogastropoda and Opisthobranchia pp. I169–I331. Geological Society of America, and University of Kansas Press.

[NG13] Ni, X., D. L. Gebo, M. Dagosto, J. Meng, P. Tafforeau, J. J. Flynn & K. C. Beard. 2013. The oldest known primate skeleton and early haplorhine evolution. Nature 498: 60-64.

[N79] Norman, A. M. 1879. The Mollusca of the fiords near Bergen, Norway. Journal of Conchology 2: 8–77.

[O05] Outes, F. F. 1905. Sobre un instrumento paleolítico de Luján (Provincia de Buenos Aires). Anales del Museo Nacional de Buenos Aires, serie 3, 6: 169–173.

[PB27] Pilsbry, H. A., & J. Bequaert. 1927. The aquatic mollusks of the Belgian Congo, with a geographical and ecological account of Congo malacology. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 53 (2): 69–602, pls 10–77.

[TTE93] Tracey, S., J. A. Todd & D. H. Erwin. 1993. Mollusca: Gastropoda. In: Benton, M. J. (ed.) The Fossil Record 2 pp. 131–167. Chapman & Hall: London.

[V07] Verdcourt, B. 2007. Miscellaneous notes on tropical African non-marine Mollusca. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 99: 189–197.

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