Leiostyla spp. 
 
 
Also Called:
Madeiran Land Snail
Group:
Snails
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Portugal


Species/Common Names:
Leiostyla abbreviata
Leiostyla callathiscus
Leiostyla cassidula
Leiostyla cheiligona
Leiostyla concinna
Leiostyla corneocostata
Leiostyla degenerata
Leiostyla ferraria
Leiostyla filicum
Leiostyla gibba
Leiostyla heterodon
Leiostyla laevigata
Leiostyla monticola
Leiostyla relevata
Leiostyla simulator
Leiostyla vermiculosa

Facts Summary:
Leiostyla is a genus of snails of concern and found in the following area(s): Portugal.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Leiostyla abbreviataCR-IUCN1996Portugal
2. Leiostyla callathiscusNT-IUCN2010Portugal
3. Leiostyla cassidulaCR-IUCN1996Portugal
4. Leiostyla cheiligonaVU-IUCN1996Portugal
5. Leiostyla concinnaEN-IUCN2010Portugal
6. Leiostyla corneocostataVU-IUCN1996Portugal
7. Leiostyla degenerataNT-IUCN2010Portugal
8. Leiostyla ferrariaVU-IUCN1996Portugal
9. Leiostyla filicumVU-IUCN1996Portugal
10. Leiostyla gibbaCR-IUCN1996Portugal
11. Leiostyla heterodonVU-IUCN2010Portugal
12. Leiostyla laevigataVU-IUCN1996Portugal
13. Leiostyla monticolaVU-IUCN2000Portugal
14. Leiostyla relevataNT-IUCN2010Portugal
15. Leiostyla simulatorCR-IUCN1996Portugal
16. Leiostyla vermiculosaVU-IUCN1996Portugal

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