| Candidula, Candidula soosiana, Molluscs, Gastropods, Hygromiidae|
Candidula intersecta is a species of air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Hygromiidae, the hairy snails and their allies.
This snail can be a pest species in agricultural settings.
Candidula intersecta Wikipedia
The 4-7 × 7-12 mm shell has 5 convex whorls. The aperture is simple without a lip, the aperture margin is slightly reflected near theumbilicus. The umbilicus is open and variably wide.The periostracum is whitish or yellowish with brown bands or spots and finely striated. The animal is yellowish or bluish grey with dark brown pigments.The upper tentacles are long, the lower tentacles are very short.
This species is known to occur within its native range in a number of Central and Western European countries and islands including:Great Britain
It also lives as an introduced species in:Oregon, United States