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From: Hidden diversity in spring snails from the Andean Altiplano, the second highest plateau on Earth, and the Atacama Desert, the driest place in the world

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Collection sites for the genus Heleobia in northern Chile. As S2: Salar de Ascotán (Spring 2), As S11: Salar de Ascotán (Spring 11), Br: Las Breas (Quebrada de Taltal), Ca: Las Cascadas, Car: Salar de Carcote (Spring 1), Cb: Quebrada Cascabeles, Cc: Quebrada Cachina, Ch: Chiu-Chiu, Cho: Aguada de Chorrillos, Col: Colpa, Cop: Copiapó, Copiapó River, CP: Carrera Pinto, Cz: Quebrada Carrizo (= Quebrada La Negra), Fi: La Finca, Ho: Hornitos, Copiapó River, Hum: Humedal, Copiapó River, Is: Isluga, LC: Quebrada La Chimba, Le: Quebrada El León, LP: Los Perales (Quebrada Paposo), Op: Laguna Opache, Pab: Pabellón, Copiapó River, Par: Parinacota, Pe: Peine, Tat: El Tatio, Tm: Tilomonte, Tot: El Totoral, Tp: Tilopozo, Ve: Las Vertientes, Vo: Vertiente Opache.

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