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Yellow slug

Limacus Flavus


The Yellow slug or Cellar slug is grey, brown, and yellow in colour and has black, faint patterns on its back. It has two holes which can be found near its head.


Areas which are damp or wet. They commonly live in tropical forests or rainforests and can be found under logs and rocks. They are active during the nighttime.

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Benguet, Philippines

Spotted on Dec 19, 2019
Submitted on Dec 29, 2019

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