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Eucalyptus snail?


Small native snails, quite different to the common garden variety, found as individuals on eucalyptus leaves. Probably one of the 2500 native species. Approximately 15mm long, fairly symmetrical, distinctive pale median stripe, also distinct pale bands near outer rim. What would they eat on eucalyptus?


Suburban finge parklands; on eucalyptus leaves.


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ShannaB 8 years ago

I found a tiny snail on a tree in our yard a few months ago, but it's different to yours. I wouldn't have the first idea where to start looking for an ID for that one, but your snail resource is great!!!! I think you've helped me find an ID for a monster snail we found in our yard (I haven't posted the spotting yet). Not quite sure what to think of the Crikey steveirwini species though... ; )

MartinL 8 years ago

I spotted a similar one, maybe the same. There were several on the leaves of a roadside sapling infested with shell lerps. I think they eat the lerps.

Mark Ridgway
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Mark Ridgway

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Spotted on Sep 18, 2012
Submitted on Sep 20, 2012

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