Eiseniella tetraedra (Savigny, 1826), Savigny, 1826

Kutuzović, Davorka Hackenberger & Kutuzović, Branimir Hackenberger, 2013, Checklist of the earthworm fauna of Croatia (Oligochaeta: Lumbricidae), Zootaxa 3710 (1), pp. 1-30: 14

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Eiseniella tetraedra (Savigny, 1826)
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Eiseniella tetraedra (Savigny, 1826)  

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1826 Enterion tetraedrum Savigny, Mem. Acad. Sci. Inst. Fr., 5: 184.

1991 Eiseniella tetraedra tetraedra + Eis.   t. intermedia + Eis. t. pupa: Mršić, Acad. Sci. Art. Slov. (Hist. Nat.), 31: 514.– 523. 2003 Eiseniella tetraedra: Csuzdi & Zicsi, Pedozool. Hung.   , 1: 153.

Ecological category. Epigeic.

Habitat. Limicolous, in moist, damp habitats, river, stream or pond banks.

Zoogeographical distribution type. Peregrine.

Distribution in Croatia. One of the most common earthworm species in Croatia, spread all over the territory in all three regions. Szüts (1919): Josipdol; Zicsi (1968): Krka, Plitvička jezera, Hrvatska Kostajnica, Jankovac (Papuk); Rucner & Rucner (1971): Rozga; Karaman (1972): Kampor (Rab), Pag, rijeka, Split, Kosa (Split), Plitvička jezera, Solin, Martinščica (Cres), Žrnovnica; Šapkarev (1979): Batina, Beli Manastir, Kozjak (Plitvice)   , Novska, Omiš, Plitvička jezera, Split, Zagreb, Osijek; Mršić (1985, 1986, 1987 b): Baška, Islam Latinski, Čeralije, Pazin; Hackenberger: Stara Drava (Osijek), Kopačevo, Križnica, Petrijevci, Turkovići, Potok Musulinski, Jankovac (Papuk).