General Description

Shell is thin but large, usually 3.5-6 cm with a fairly high spire of five whorls (turns). Shape elongated to oval with a crescent-shaped opening (aperture) with thin lip. Yellowy-brown with dark brown streaks and zigzag blotches.


Kershaw's Panda-snail is a herbivore, feeding on decaying plant and fungi material. It is nocturnal and lives under accumulations of forest floor debris, logs and rock piles.


North-eastern Victoria to south-eastern New South Wales (East Gippsland to Kosciuszko National Park).


Under grass tussocks, logs and leaf litter.

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