General Description

Shell smooth or slightly bumpy. Pattern varies, usually cream to light green with wide dashed brown or black lines around the shell (forming chequered, striped or blotched patterns). Shell up to 3 cm long.


These snails use a long proboscis to probe into dead prey for food. Females lay egg masses of tulip-shaped eggs on short stalks. Juveniles are well developed when they hatch and crawl away as miniature adults.


Southern Australia.


Rock pools, under rocks and on sand.

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