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Monday, July 11, 2005

Invertebrate: Dlinza Forest Pinwheel


Dlinza Forest Pinwheel (Trachycystis clifdeni) is a Critically Endangered snail known only from Dlinza forest, South Africa. The forest is protected under KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife, however, it is a very small area (only 250 hectares) within an urban location and there is concern that the species may be negatively impacted by extreme stochastic weather conditions and climate change.

photo © Dai G. Herbert


  • It's a snail, if we don't know it exists, why would we care if it's gone?

    By Blogger Pikkel Weezel, at 13:34  

  • what kind of a comment is that, pikkel weezel?! You must be stupid, really! By your thought, then, if we don't know that you exist (pikkel weezel), we don't care if you´re gone either!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 21:59  

  • true dat

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 20:45  

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