Myosotella myosotis (Drauparnaud 1801) Salt Marsh Snail (unofficial)
Description: Shell up to about 8 mm high; chestnut-brown or yellowish-brown. Columella (inner edge of aperture) bears three folds (one is weakly developed).
Natural History: found among Salicornia (pickleweed) and under debris in tidal habitats.
Etymology: myosot – mouse eared