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Decollate Snail

Rumina decollata

Description:

Small (less than 1cm) bizarelly shaped snail. Trumpet twisted shell which had a sort of paper soft appearance, dark in colour. Snail body quite blue, short solid antennenae.

Habitat:

seen at night in the leaf litter around rural buildings on the edge of rain forest

Notes:

I did see a much larger snail a little like this but was not able to get a photo.

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MudWiggle
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MudWiggle

Kigoma, Tanzania

Spotted on Jan 4, 2016
Submitted on Jan 10, 2016

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