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|Species: Oxychilus alliarius|
The garlic glass-snail has a 3/16" wide shell. The shell is translucent and brown in color. It is spiral-shaped and flattened.
Habitat & Range
They are found n deciduous forests, pine groves, and near human habitations. They are non-native to North America but can be found along the coasts in the Cayuga Lake region. They are native to Europe.
When disturbed, it emits a garlic-like odor.
Featured image by James Dake