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|Species: Haplotrema concavum|
The gray-foot lancetooth snail has a 3/4" wide, translucent brown shell. Its shell is spiral-shaped and flattened.
Habitat & Range
They are found throughout the Eastern US and into the Midwestern US in forests.
Gray-foot lancetooth snails are predatory towards other snails. They have an elongated neck that they use to extend into the shells. They have specially adapted radula, or structure of teeth, and have barbed teeth projections to eat other snails with.
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