1. Green Snail - Edentulina sp. (Streptaxidae) | ©Bernard Dupont  (Korup NP, Cameroon)

    Edentulina (Stylommatophora - Streptaxidae) is a genus of fantastically bright green shelled land snail with yellow flesh, not a large snail by any means with adults maxing out at 1” shell length. It is totally carnivorous [1].

     
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