Amphidromus perversus (Linnaeus, 1758)

    Amphidromus perversus is a large, dextral or sinistral species. There are currently four named subspecies. Ground color is  white, yellow or orange and there are 12 named color forms. It ranges from Sumatra and Java to Borneo, Sulawesi (Celebes) and Bali and is found on many satellite islands within this general area.

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Amphidromus perversus (Linnaeus, 1758)

Amphidromus perversus form interruptus Muller, 1774

Amphidromus perversus (Linnaeus, 1758)

Amphidromus perversus form interruptus Muller, 1774
Amphidromus perversus form niveus P. and F. Sarasin, 1899 Amphidromus perversus form strigosus von Martens, 1867
Amphidromus perversus form niveus P. and F. Sarasin, 1899 Amphidromus perversus form strigosus von Martens, 1867

Amphidromus perversus form sultanus Lamarck, 1822

Amphidromus perversus butoti Laidlaw and Solem, 1961

Amphidromus perversus form sultanus Lamarck, 1822

Amphidromus perversus butoti Laidlaw and Solem, 1961

A. perversus butoti color form infraviridis von Martens, 1867

Amphidromus perverus butoti color form melannoma (Pfeiffer, 1852)

A. perversus butoti color form infraviridis von Martens, 1867

A. perverus butoti color form melannoma (Pfeiffer, 1852)

Amphidromus perverus butoti color form perversus Linnaeus, 1758

Amphidromus perversus rufocinctus Fruhstorfer, 1905

Amphidromus perverus butoti color form perversus Linnaeus, 1758

Amphidromus perversus rufocinctus Fruhstorfer, 1905

Amphidromus perversus solemi Abbas & Krull 2009

Amphidromus perversus solemi Abbas & Krull 2009 (Holotype Illustrated)

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