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Brephulopsis cylindrica is a species of air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Enidae.
The specific name cylindricus cannot be used for this species because Bulimus cylindricus Menke, 1828 is a junior homonym of Bulimus cylindricus Gray, 1825. The correct name is most probably Brephulopsis fusiformis (Menke, 1828).
Brephulopsis cylindrica Wikipedia
The distribution of this species includes:Belarus - since 2010
The color of the shell is bluish white or white, sometimes with dark streaks and opaque. The shell has 9-12 not very convex whorls. The aperture is inside yellow-brownish in color, with a weak white lip. Columella is slightly thickened.
The width of the shell is 7.5-9 mm. The height of the shell is 22-35 mm.