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Abstract

High numbers, wide distribution, large species diversity, low mobility and low ability to overcome geographical barriers, ease of material collection and sensitive response to changes in the environment make a group of land mollusks a convenient object of biogeographically and ecological research.

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Malacofauna land mollusks Palearctic and Holarctic xerophiles complex Central Asian upland Asian anteroasian

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A. Pazilov, F. Gaibnazarova, & Z. Mukhammadiev. (2021). Complexes of land mollusks of various biotopes of the ugam and pskom mountain ranges. International Journal of Human Computing Studies, 3(1), 45-51. https://doi.org/10.31149/ijhcs.v3i1.1223

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