Just published by Agudo-Padrón is a paper on introduced non-marine species on the island of Hispaniola.
“With the invaluable participatory assistance and support of local researchers, naturalists and collaborating field informants, Project AM has been developing modest taxonomic, bioecological and conservation research on the “non-marine alien molluscs” present in the Caribbean island territory of the “La Española” (Hispaniola), with special emphasis on non-native species introduced (intentional or accidentally) into their environment, so far a general total of 36 terrestrial and freshwater species (34 gastropods & 2 bivalves) have been inventoried, included in 31 genera and 21 families“.
There is no summarising table and I spotted two dubious records: Bulimulus diaphanus and Bulimulus guadalupensis are both listed as introduced, based on a reference and record from a museum [Refs.: FMNH (s/d a); Grego & Steffec (2006: 13)]. In my 1974 paper on Bulimulus I already showed that both species have been reported on the island based on historical records, hence the listing as exotics without further sound evidence seems unwarranted.
Agudo-Padrón, I., 2020. Moluscos exóticos no marinos “introducidos” en la isla caribeña de La Española (Hispaniola), Grandes Antillas: una aproximación a su conocimiento. Revista Minerva (San Salvador) 3(1): 129-138.