Tsoukatosia liae gen. et spec. nov. is described from the Peloponnisos, Greece. This subterraneous species belongs to the Serrulininae, a poorly known subfamily of the Clausiliidae, far more widespread in the Tertiary than in recent times. The Serrulininae are represented in Greece by four more species, all of which known from only a single locality, 300 and 425 km far away, in Ipiros and Makedhonia, respectively, and all but one after only one or a few empty shells. The emphasis is also on collecting these rare gastropod species.

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E. Gittenberger. (2000). Serrulininae in Greece, there may be more (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Clausiliidae). Basteria, 64(4/6), 81–87.