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Research Materials of Terrestrial Molluscs in China

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Language: Contributions are either in English, or in Chinese with an English summary

This book is a compilation of 42 articles on Chinese land snails published in various Chinese Journals [e.g. Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica, Sichuan Journal of Zoology, Journal of Xinjiang University (Natural Science Edition), Journal of Nanchang University (Engineering & Technology), Natural Science Journal of Hainan University, Journal of Guizhou Normal University (Natural Sciences), Journal of Fujian Forestry Science and Technology, Acta Agriculturae Boreali-occidentalis Sinica, Marine Sciences, Zoological Research, Journal of Natural Science of Hunan Normal University, Wuyi Science Journal] between 1980 and today.

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Contents

1. New Records Of Chinese Land Snails(I,II)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Chen Deniu

2. Terrestrial Mollusc Fauna and Ecological Distribution in Zhejiang Province
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Qian Zhouxing
From 1978,1979,2002,a survey of terrestrial mollusc was made in various places of Zhejiang Province,China,e.g. Hangzhou, Tonglu, Linan, Xiaoshan, Changxin, Ningbo, Daishan, Ninghai, Lishui, Jinyun, Qingyuan, Longquan, Suichang, Shaoxin, Changhua, Sanmen, Changshan, Zhuji, Yuyao and Tianmushan cities or counties, and 2126 specimens of 43 species and subspecies belonging to 26 genera of 13 families of 2 orders of land snails were collected (Table 1).

3. Species Diversity of Soil Gastropods from Changbai Mountain
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Wang Zhongming
From May to October 1993, an on-the-spot research of soil gastropods was carried out in the Changbai Mountain Forestry Research Stations, Jilin. Only 15 species of soil gastropods were recognized to belong to 13 genera of 9 families, The results show that values of species richness index and Shannon-Wiener index are the lowest in May and highest in August, then decreased gradually. The average Shannon-Wiener index is high in May and low in July. The pureness index is high in May and low in October. The Shannon-Wiener index of soil gastropods living in the layer of dead leaves is higher than that of the soil

4. Terrestrial Mollusca in NanLing National Park
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Hu Ziqiang
The land snails of the Nanling National Park was investigated from April to November, 2002. There are 39 species of land snails found, of which one is new species, belonging to 27 genera in 10 families of 2 subclass. They mainly include the family Cyclophoridae, Clausiliidae, Subulinidae, Arioplantidae, Corrillidae, Camaenidae and Bradybaenidae. The paper analyzes their species structure, fauna feature, species distribution and population size.

5. The Diversity and Distribution of Terrestrial Mollusca in Lushan Nature Reserve
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Wu Xiaoping
An investigation into the resource of terrestrial mollusk of lushan nature reserve in Jiangxi province, was made from July 2005 to May 2007. Sixty-five species were collected (including 10 species undefined), belonging to 15 families, and 36 genera. The species distribution in Lushan nature reserve was described and the fauna of terrestrial mollusk was compared with other areas. Based on the previous literatures, there are 16 species of the locus type specimens of terrestrial mollusk in Lushan nature reserve.

6. The Land and Freshwater Molluscs of Natural Reserves in Hainan
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Xiong Yan
The land and freshwater molluscs resource were investigated in natural reserves of Hainan. Twenty-four species of land snails and 16 species of freshwater molluscs were collected, which were subordinate to 19 genera of 9 families within a class and 11 genera of 7 families within two classes respectively. The analysis of fauna showed that: the land and freshwater molluscs fauna share the characters of the oriental area and these species uniquely distribute in tropical area; the molluscs fauna in Hainan island is in close relation to that in Guangdong mainland; the vertical dispersion of snails is obvious, the species number decreasing with the increase in latitude; the molluscs fauna in Hainan are characterized by a large percent of the species that are macrotype and as the intermediate hosts for human and animals.

7. The Species Composition and Faunal Analysisof Terrestrial Mollusca in Mangshan Nature Reserves
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Yin Haiqiang
Thirty-nine species of terrestrial mollusca (belong to 19 genera in 10 Families) in the Mangshan Nature Reserves are reported. The nature environment, faunal characteristics are introduced and the correlation of the species composition, ecological distribution and the habitat are analyzed.

8. The species composition and faunal analysis of terrestrial mollusk in Wanfenglin,Guizhou
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Chen Gongxuan
Initial investigation on the resource of terrestrial mollusk in Wanfenglin has been made. About 1500 specimens have been collected and identified, belonging to 49 species (including 8 species undefined), 12 families and 25 genera. The results of faunal analysis show that Oriental region are absolute superior in Wanfenglin, accounting for 88% of the total, and the South-Western China species are the chief portion in this area, accounting for 42%, while there are a few Palaearctic region species.

9. Study on Species Diversity of Land Seashell in Wuyi Mountain Nature Reserve
(Chinese with English Summary)
Zhou Weichuan
Species diversity of land seashell in Wuyi Mountain Nature Reserve was studied in this paper. Results showed that the work was undertaken in 14 different habitats of 3 districts, Sangang, Pikeng and Guadun. A total of 6903 specimens were collected in a total of 140 sites, and 60 species belonging to 2 subclasses, 4 orders, 18 families, and 34 genera were recognized, including 1 new species (Sinoennea pupoidea sp.nov.), 2 new record species in China and 33 new record species in Fujian.

10. Species Biodiversity of Terrestrial Mollusca in Yangjifeng Nature Reserve in Jiangxi Province
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Zhou Fangbing
An investigation on the species biodiversity of terrestrial mollusks of Yangjifeng Nature Reserve in Jiangxi province was carried out from November 2007 to May 2008. Forty-seven species belonging to 13 families, 27 genera were collected (including 2 undefined species). Sixteen of the 47 species were newly recorded species in Jiangxi province. The results of faunal analysis showed that the main faunal element were Oriental realm species which accounted for 63.83% of the total species.

11. Species diversity of terrestrial mollusk in Nanjiang Valley Park, Kaiyang, Guizhou, China
(Chinese with English Summary)
By He Linjing
The species compositions and diversity of terrestrial mollusk, collected in four different kinds of habitats in Nanjiang Valley Park, were reported in the paper. About 5000 specimens identified belong to 65 species, 2 ordes, 11 families and 36 genera.The results of diversity analysis show that values of species richness indexes DMA in 4 different kinds of habitats rang from 1.092 to 4.492; species diversity index H’ ranges from 0.812 to 0.903; and evenness indexes Jsw rang from 0.235 to 0.505. On the basis of similarity coefficients CC in Table 3, the four different kinds of habitats can be clearly clustered into 2 groups by the systematic clustering: original forest group and secondary habitat group. If original forest is once thoroughly exploited, all the forest species and guantity of terrestrial mollusk will decrease and even disappear.

12. Investigation and fauna on terrestrial mollusk in Getu River scenic spot
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Shiwei
An investigation was conducted on the species biodiversity of terrestrial mollusks of the Getu River Scenic Area in Ziyun county of Guizhou province. About 1538 specimens were collected and identified to 44 species including 6 species undefined belonging to 9 families and 24 genera. The results of faunal analysis showed that the main faunal element was the Oriental realm species accounting for 84.21% of the total, and the South-Western China species was the chief portion in this area, accounting for 39.47%, while there were a few Palaearctic region species, accounting for 10.53% of the total. Widespread species only made up 5.26%.

13. Investigation on Terrestrial Molluscs in Shaanxi Province, China
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Liu Yanhong
A survey on species and distribution of terrestrial Molluscs was carried out in various habitats from March 1990 to April 1992 in Shaanxi Province.More than 10,000 specimens were collected and identified. A total of 76 species and subspecies, belonging to 31 genera, 16 families, was found. Of which 10 species were firstly reported in the world and 20 species were firstly recorded in Shaanxi. The list of 10 new species were as follows: Diplommatina longxianensis sp.nov., Gastrocopta liubanensis sp.nov., Gastrocopta shiquanensis sp.nov., Boysidia fengxianensis sp.nov., Boysodia dilamellaris sp.nov., Euphaedusa longxianensis sp.nov., Euphaedusa zhenanensis sp.nov., Gastroptychia minutus sp.nov., Deroceras (Agriolimax) bilineatus sp.nov., Deroceras (Agriolimax) melasma sp.nov. belong to new species. Bradybaena (Austa) ravida ravida, Cathaica fasciola, Cathaica pulveraticula, Bradybaena kiangsiensis, Deroceras (Agriolimax) agresist (Linnaeus), Limax flavus (Linnaeus), Philomycus bilineatus (Benson) to those widwespread in both Palaearctic and Oriental realms, and as agricultural pests, and Laeocathaica subsimilis (Deshayes) harm the Chinese prickly ash.

14.
A comparative study on radular morphology of fifteen species of terrestrial mollusk
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Zhou Fangbing
The radula of 15 species of terrestrial mollusks, belonging to 7 families 15 genera, are compared on the basis of scanning electron microscopic (SEM) observation and described in detail. The results indicate that all of them consist of several rows of lateral teeth and marginal teeth except Chamalycacus nanus, which is belongs to the family Cyclophoridae. The radula bears many transverse rows of teeth, and a number of teeth in a transverse row. But the teeth all bear cusps. There are many obvious differences in number and shape of lateral teeth and marginal teeth of different families. The cusps in the same generas were similar with each other.

15. A New Species Of Cyclophoridae From Guizhou Province, China (Prosobranchia, Mesogastropoda, Cyclophoridae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Li Yan
This paper deals with a new species of the genus Arinia collected from Guizhou Province. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.

16. Two New Species Of Land Snails From China (Prosobranchia: Mesogastropoda: Cyclophoridae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Ran Jingcheng
This paper deals with two new species of Cyclophoridae collected from Guizhou Province. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

17. A New Species Of Land Snail From Mangshan, Hunan Province, China(Prosobranchia, Mesogastropoda, Cyclophoridae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Hu Ziqiang
This paper describes a new species of Cyclophoridae collected from Mangshan Mountain Hunan Province, China. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Diplommatina mangshanensis sp. nov.(Figs.1-2) Holotype alt 3.00 mm, diam. 1.75 mm; alt. of aperture 0.88 mm, diam. of aperture 1.00 mm; collected from Mangshan (24°9"N, 112°8"E), Hunan Province, China, 10 Sep 2001. Paratypes 9, 6 of which are young snails, alt. 2.75-3.00 mm, diam. 1.50-1.75 mm; alt. of aperture 0.75-1.13 mm, diam. of aperture 0.63-1.03 mm; collected with holotype, 10 Sep. 2001. Shell small, slightly thick, transparent, lustrous, pupa-formed. Whorls 512, moderately convex, with high spiral part, the primordial 1-2 whorls very convex. Apex blunt, the protoconch (1-112 whorls) smooth, suture deep.

18. A New Species Of The Genus Chamalycaeus From China (Gastropoda, Prosobranchia, Mesogastropoda, Cyclophoridae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Zhang Weihong
In the present paper, a new species of the genus Chamalycaeus is described. The materials were collected by the authors in Tibet Autonomous Region, China in 1980. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.Chamalycaeus zayuensis sp.nov. (Figs.1-4) Holotype, alt.5.0 mm, diam.3.57 mm, alt.of aperture 1.86 mm, diam.of aperture 1.86 mm; collected from Tashan Town, Zayu County (28°04’N, 97°E), Tibet Autonomous Region, China, 7 June 1980.

19. Two New Species Of Land Snails From Gansu Province, China (Prosobranchia: Mesogastropoda: Cyclophoridae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Chen Deniu
This paper deals with two new species of Cyclophoridae collected from Gansu Province, China. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

20. On The Genus Holcauchen Moellendorff And A New Species From China (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora, Enidae)
(In English)
By Zhang Weihong
This paper describes 12 Chinese species of the genus Holcauchen Moellendorff. Among them one species, Holcauchen kangdingensis is described as new. A key to the Chinese species is given. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing

21. On The Genus Serina Gredler From China With Descriptions Of A New Species (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Stylommatophora, Enidae)
(In English)
By Chen Deniu
The present paper describes the 15 species of genus Serina Gredler, 1898 found in China, including one species, Serina deginensis, that is described as new to science. A key to the Chinese species is given. Type specimens deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.

22. Note On The Genus Funiculus Heude (Euthyneura, Enoidea), With Description Of A New Species
By Wu Min
The genus Funiculus Heude, 1888, comprising F. delavayanus, F. debilis, F. probates, F. asbestinus, F. coriaceus and F. laurentianus before this work, was revised in brief. The 7th species Funiculus songi sp. nov. was described from Yunnan, based on the diagnostic shell shape and the apertural structure. Besides, this species gives the chance for learning the anatomy of the genus.

23. Investigation on terrestrial mollusk in Guiyang, Guizhou Province, China (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia, Pulomnata)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Luo Taichang
The terrestrial mollusk fauna in Guiyang, Guizhou Province, China, is rich in subtropical oriental realm elemental with both subtropical and warm – temperate, and oriental realm elements with subtropical – temperate, moist forest and moist subtropical forest in nature. Fifty-nine species of terrestrial mollusk have been found, belonging to 2 subclasses, 2 orders, 14 families, and 35 genera, with 4 new species (which have been reported before in other 3 papers). Guiyang, Guizhou Province belongs to oriental realm, where 8 species (14.29% of the total) belong to the Southwest China; where 26 species (46. 43% of the total) belong to the Central China and Southwest China; where 8 species (14.29% of the total) belong to the Central China, South China and Southwest China; where Opeas striatissmum (Gredler 1882) (1.79% of the total) belongs to Cental China, Southwest China, South China and North China; where Buliminopsis buliminoides (Heude,1882) (1.79% of the total) belongs to Central China and North China; there are four species (7.14% of the total) belong to widespread species.

24. Investigation and fauna on terrestrial mollusk in the Nature Reserve of Pogang, Xingyi, Guizhou, China
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Liu Chang
Initial investigation in the resource of terrestrial mollusk in the nature reserve of Pogang has been made. About 2954 species have been collected, belonging to 66 species (including 8 species undefined), 12 families, and 32 genera. The results of faunal analysis of terrestrial mollusk show that Oriental region are absolute superior in the nature reserve of Pogang occupying 89% of the total, and the South-Western China species are the chief portion in this area, occupying 33%, while there are a few Palaearctic region species, occupying 7% of the total, and widespread species only occupy 4%.

25. A New Species Of Land Snail From Guizhou Province, China (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora, Clausiliidae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Li Daohong
The present paper describes a new species of the genus Euphaedusa Borttger, 1877: Euphaedusa libonensis sp. nov. The materials were collected by the authors from cave in Guizhou Province, China in 2001

26. A New Species Of The Genus Euphaedusa From Yannan Province, China (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora, Clausillidae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Tian Ming
In the present paper a new species of land snail is described. The materials were collected by the authors in Shilin County, Yunnan Province, China, July 1996. Type specimens are deposited in the Kunming Medical University,China.

27. A New Species Of The Genus Phaedusa From Yunnan (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora, Clausiliidae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Tian Ming
In the present paper a new species of land snail is described. The materials were collected by the authors in Shilin County, Yunnan Province, China, Aug. 2010. Type specimens are deposited in the Kunming Medical University, China.

28. A New Species Of The Genus Euphaedusa From China (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora, Clausiliidae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Luo Yu
In the present paper a new species of land snail is described. The materials were collected by the authors in Changan County, Shaanxi Province, China, Apr. 1992. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China.

29. A New Species Of The Sinoennea Kobelt From Fujian, China (Pulmonata, Styommatophora, Streptaxidae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Zhou Weichuan
The genus Sinoennea Kobelt belongs to the family Streptaxidae. Its distribution range was limited in East Asia and South Asia. The present paper deals with a new species of genus Sinoennea Kobelt from China: Sinoennea fuzhouensis sp. nov. The materials were collected by the authors in Forest Park, Fuzhou City, Fujian Province, China in 2005. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.

30. A New Species Of The Genus Sinoennea From China (Pulmonata,Styommatophora, Streptaxidae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Zhou Weichuan
A new species of the genus Sinoennea is described in the present paper. The materials were collected in Fujian Province, China in 2008 by the authors. Type specimens are deposited in the Fujian Entry-Exit Inspection & Quaratine Bureau, Fuzhou and the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. Sinoennea pupoidea sp. nov. (Figs. 2-5) Holotype, alt. 2.94 mm, diam. 1.68 mm, alt of aperture 0.57 mm, diam. of aperture 0.57 mm, collected from Longkoutong Town, Longyan City.

31. Preliminary Study on Phylogenetic Relationships and Zoogeography of Genus Boysidia Ancey, 1881 (Stylommatophora: Pupillidae) From China
(In English)
By Zhang Weihong
The phylogeny of Chinese Boysidia has been investigated by cladistic methods using the Hennig 86 program (Version 1.5). Seventeen morphological characters were used in this analysis. Hypselostoma tubiferum and Gyliauchen hungerfordianus were chosen as outgroups. The preferred parsimonious cladogram was calculated by the command ie~* with progressive weighting method. In the resulting phylogenetic reconstruction, seventeen Chinese species of genus Boysidia were divided into two groups that supported the proposition of J. Thiele (1931). On the basis of the Dispersal-Vicariance analysis, a historical biogeographical scenario was hypothesized: the form of the present distribution pattern of Boysidia in China may be related to the most strong uplift of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.

32. Two New Species Of Land Snails From Shaanxi Province, China (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora: Pupillidae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Chen Deniu
In the present Parper, two new species of Stylommatophora land snails are described. The materials were collected from Shaanxi Province. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Academia Sinica, Beijing, China.

33. A New Boysidia Species From China (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora, Pupillidae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Zhang Zonglu
A new species of Pupillidae land snail, Boysidia (Bensonella) nanjiangensis sp.nov. is described from Kaiyang County, Guizhou Province, China.The main feature: having 6-12 whorls, 6 teeth in the aperture, including 1 large flat-shaped slightly winding parietal lamella, 1 strong flat-shaped winding columellar lamella, 1 small nipple-formed basal fold, 1 bigger nipple-formed infrapalatal fold and 2 small nipple-form interpalatal folds.

34. Studies On The Genus Boysidia Ancey From China With Descriptions Of Six New Species (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora: Pupillidae)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Chen Deniu
Boysidia Ancey, 1881 is a small group in Chondrininae and known to be distributed in South Asia and Southeast Asia. A total of 14 species were recorded in South Qinling Mountains, China. This paper deals with 14 species of which 6 are new to science. Descriptions of the new species and key to the 14 species are given in the text. All specimens, including the types of new species are kept in the Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

35. A Study Of Phylogenetic Relationships And Zoogeography Of Genus Vallonia Risso,1826 From China (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora, Valloniidae)
(In English)
By Zhang Weihong
The phylogeny of Chinese Vallonia has been investigated by cladistic methods using the Hennig 86 program (Version 1.5). Nineteen morphological characters were used in this analysis. The preferred parsimonious cladogram was calculated by the commands mh*; and bb*; with progressive weighting method. In the resulting phylogenetic reconstruction, sixteen Chinese species of Vallonia were divided into two groups: a Western group and Eastern group. On the basis of the Dispersal-Vicariance analysis, a historical zoogeographical scenario was hypothesized.

36. A New Species Of The Genus Bradybaena From Tibet, China (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora: Bradybaenidae)
(In English)
By Wu Min
The present paper gives the description of a new species, Bradybaena (s.s.) jigongensis sp.nov. from a lately collection in Tibet.

37. One New Species Of Chinese Endemic Snails Of Trichocathaica (Gastropoda: Stylommatophora: Bradybaenidae)
(In English)
By Wu Min
Two species of Chinese endemic bradybaenids Trichocathaica are conchologically and anatomically described in the present paper. T. foliosquama is new to science.

38. Description Of A New Species Of Cathaica From Qinghai, China (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Stylommatophora: Bradybaenidae)
(In English)
By Wu Min
A new species of pulmonate gastropods, Cathaica (Campylocathaica) darlagensis sp. nov. collected from Qinghai Province, China, is described in the present paper. Compared with Cathaica (Campylocathaica) cunlunensis (Möllendorff, 1899), its most affinitive species, the new species has a larger value of H/D, a much straighter lower lip and different pattern of color bands. All the specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.

39. A New Species Of Pseudobuliminus From Sichuan, China (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Stylommatophora: Bradybaenidae)
(In English)
By Wu Min
A new species of the genus Pseudobuliminus collected from Sichuan Province, China, is described in the present paper. Compared with its similar species Pseudobuliminus (Pseudobuliminus) piligerus (Möllendorff, 1899), the new species owns a larger value of H/B and a relatively smaller dart sack apparatus. All the specimens involved are deposited in Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing

40. Study on the Bradybaenid Landsnails in NW Sichuan (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Stylommatophora)
(In English)
By Wu Min
A new species Pseudiberus (Pseudiberus) maoensis sp.nov. was proposed, and the first dissection study was carried out upon Bradybaena (Bradybaena) pseudocampylaea (Möllendorff), Bradybaena (Bradybaena) sueshanensis Pilsbry, and Bradybaena (Bradybaena) controversa monotaeniata Pilsbry. All examined specimens as well as types are housed in the Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.

41. Five New Species Of Land Snails From The Tibet Autonomous Region, China (Gastropoda: Mesogastropoda, Stylommatophora)
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Chen Deniu
In the present paper, five new species of land snails are described. The materials were collected by the authors in Tibet Autonomous Region, China in 1980-1997. Type specimens are deposited in the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.

42. A Preliminary Survey Of Land Snails In Fuzhou
(Chinese with English Summary)
By Wang Yiming
The present paper deals with the land snails in Fuzhou. Altogether 15 species had been collected during the years 1984-1986. They belong to 12 genera in 10 families of 2 orders. Two species marked with an asterisk are recorded for the first time from Fujian province. Amony the 15 species, 4 of them confine their zoogeographical distribution in the Oriental Realm (Table 1)constituting 26.6% of the total number of species; 11 of them confine their zoogeographical distribution in the Oriental and Palaearctic realms constituting 73.33% of the total number of species. Bradybaena similaria and Bradybaena ravida are most abundant in number in this area.


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