Bednall’s shrubland snail (Cupedora bednalli) juveniles


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Cupedora bednalli is a medium-sized snail found in open woodlands in South Australia. This species is herbivorous/detritivorous and feeds on lichen, fungi, algae, decomposing organic matter (ie rotting wood) and vegetable matter (snails really like cucumber). This species grows to 25mm in shell width The flesh of the snail is typically brown, sometimes more orange or more green, the shell is red-brown and the outermost whorl sometimes has black markings.

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