Punctum randolphi (Dall 1895)

Conical Spot

Arionidae, Stylommatophora, Gastropoda, Mollusca, Animalia

umbilicus 20 to 24% of shell diameter; juvenile Vertigo have a similar shape and color, but they can be separated because juvenile Vertigo have a larger initial whorl and a smaller umbilicus; common in lowland and montane forests up to approximately 910 m; usually found in leaf litter of deciduous trees




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