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For terms see gastropod shell.
The shell is yellowish to brownish, smooth or with fine striation. It is shiny. There are 7-8 slightly convex whorls.The apertural margin is white and usually with a white layer at the parietal side. The parietalis is very strong and horizonal and often a small second parietalis is present. The columellaris is strong and the umbilicus is usually covered. The form denticulata has 3-6 short and thin folds (like drops) near the palatal margin at the inner lip.
As a native snail this species is found in the following countries and islands:
As an exotic, this species is found on:
- The West Coast of North America
- The East Coast of North America
This species lives right at sea level, and so therefore the minimum recorded depth for this species is 0 m, and the maximum recorded depth is 0 m.
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