noodle snail

[English] plural noodle snails

The chocolate banded snail, sometimes called the noodle snail. It lives in gardens, hedges, and dunes, where it feeds on vegetation. The snail got its scientific name because the rings on its shell resemble vermicelli (a type of pasta). It is also sometimes called the "noodle snail." These snails commonly have about five brown rings on their cream-coloured shells. The snails are 17 to 21 millimeters high and 20 to 25 millimeters wide.

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