Snail in the rainforest understory

Snail in the rainforest understory

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Credit: DR MORLEY READ/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Amazonian Snail (Helicina sp.) The Helicinidae is a family of small tropical land snails belonging to sub-class Prosobranchawhich have an operculum. The majority of land snails belong to sub-class Pulmonata and lack an operculum. Photographed in the Ecuadorian Amazon.

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Keywords: active, amazon, amazonian, biology, crawling, ecuador, eye, forest, gastropod, green, invertebrate, jungle, land, leaf, mollusc, neotropical, night, nocturnal, operculate, operculum, prosobranch, prosobrancha, rainforest, shell, snail, south, south america, tentacle, terrestrial, zoology

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