General Description

Shell medium, dark brown with a flattened spire. Whorls (spiral turns) are rounded and moderately covered with fine hook-like hairs. The space in the middle of the whorls of the shell (umbilicus) is tiny. Body long and narrow compared to shell with long eye stalks.


This snail belongs to the family Camaenid. They mostly live under rocks, logs, leaf litter and under sheets of bark on tree trunks. They are herbivores, feeding mainly on decaying leaves, bark, microalgae, fungi and lichens.




Moist sclerophyll forest and woodland, living under logs and bark.

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