Three species with small, narrowly perforate, zonitid shells, are reported from the Promontorio del Gargano, Italy. Two of these are problematic Vitrea species. Here, the third one is provisionally described as a Lindbergia species, L. garganoensis spec. nov., because of the general shape of the shell and the microsculpture of the teleoconch whorls. That genus is hitherto known from Greece only.

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Edmund Gittenberger, & Joop C.A. Eikenboom. (2006). The genus Lindbergia (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Zonitidae) in Greece and the Promontorio del Gargano in Italy. Basteria, 70(4/6), 161–163.