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Asian Tramp Snail

Bradybaena similaris


This small species is native to Southeast Asia, but it has been accidentally introduced to many areas around the world. The shell is sculptured with fine, irregular growth lines and fine spiral striae. The head is round with two long, dark tentacles, each with a simple eye at the tip. A shorter et of tentacles lie closer to the mouth.


In the garden of a cold spring resort. The garden is at the edge of a tropical rain forest.

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Paranas, Eastern Visayas, Philippines

Spotted on Mar 7, 2024
Submitted on Mar 18, 2024

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