Just published, a new issue of the Tentacle, the newsletter on conservation issues edited by Rob Cowie.
Full of interesting new short notices, the following are related to the Neotropics:
Outerbridge, M., Ovaska, K. & Garcia, G. – Back from the brink: recovery efforts for endemic land snails of Bermuda (p. 16-18): on a captive breeding programme and translocation of Poecilozonites snails.
Torres, S. & Darrigan, G. – Distribution and conservation status of freshwater Bivalvia (Unionida, Mytilida, Venerida) in Argentina (p. 19-21): containing results of a recently published paper and a plea for creating new protected habitats for freshwater environments in the country.
Kostick, H.L. – Interesting finds in Jamaica. Report from the field 2018 (p. 26-27): report on range extensis for two species, and the observation of a predatory New Guinea flatworm.
Agudo-Padrón, I. – Conservation of non-marine molluscs in Central southern Brasil: Recent additions to the inventory of Santa Catarina State ((p. 29-30): recent additions in land snails were Peltella palliolum, Gastrocopta servilis, Omalonyx matheroni, Streptaxis tumescens, and one alien, viz. Ovachlamys fulgens. Also 4 freshwater native to the region and one alien were new additions.
Agudo-Padrón, I. – Molluscs included in the new version of the Red Book of Brasilian fauna threatened with exinction (p. 32-33).
Agudo-Padrón, I. – The non-marine endemic gastropod molluscs of Santa Catarina State, Central southern Brasil: a brief update (p. 33-34).