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Blanfordia bensoni Dorsal view of a live Blanfordia bensoni Conservation status Vulnerable[1] Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Gastropoda Order: Littorinimorpha (unranked): clade Caenogastropoda clade Hypsogastropoda Superfamily: Rissooidea Family: Pomatiopsidae Subfamily: Pomatiopsinae Genus: Blanfordia Species: B. bensoni Binomial name Blanfordia bensoni (A. Adams, 1861)[2] Synonyms[2][4] Tomichia Bensoni A. Adams, 1861 Blanfordia hirasei Pilsbry, 1900 Pomatiopsis Hirasei Pilsbry, 1900[3] Blanfordia bensoni is a species of land snail which has an operculum, a terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Pomatiopsidae.[5] Blanfordia bensoni is the type species of the genus Blanfordia.[4] Contents 1 Distribution 2 Description 3 Ecology 4 References 5 External links Distribution This species is endemic to Japan.[5] The type locality is "Matsumai, Yesso",[2] Hokkaido. It is a Vulnerable species.[1] Description The height of the shell is 8.5 mm.[6] Drawing of apertural view of a shell. The scale is 1 mm. Drawing of Blanfordia bensoni. Ecology This species lives as a terrestrial snail in inland forests.[5] References ^ a b (Japanese) "オカマメタニシ". 日本のレッドデータ検索システム [Japanese Red List Data Book], accessed 17 July 2011. ^ a b c Adams A. (1861). "On some new Genera and Species of Mollusca from the North of China and Japan". Annals and Magazine of Natural History (3)8: 299-309. 308. ^ Pilsbry H. A. (1900). "Notices of some new Japanese mollusks". The Nautilus 14(1): 11-12. page 12. ^ a b Davis G. M. (1979). "The origin and evolution of the gastropod family Pomatiopsidae, with emphasis on the Mekong river Triculinae". Academy of natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Monograph 20: 1-120. at Google books. ^ a b c Kameda Y. & Kato M. (2011). "Terrestrial invasion of pomatiopsid gastropods in the heavy-snow region of the Japanese Archipelago". BMC Evolutionary Biology 11: 118. doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-118. ^ Barker G. M. (2001). Gastropods on Land: Phylogeny, Diversity and Adaptive Morphology. In" Barker G. M. (ed.) The biology of terrestrial molluscs. CABI Publishing, Oxon, UK, 2001, ISBN 0-85199-318-4. 1-146, page 37. External links Blanfordia japonica bensoni at National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) website. This Pomatiopsidae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e