| Daudebardia, Oxychilidae, Aegopinella pura, Vitrea, Laciniaria plicata|
Daudebardia rufa is a species of air-breathing land snail or semi-slug, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Oxychilidae, which belongs to the limacoid clade.
Daudebardia rufa is the type species of the genus Daudebardia. This species is a predatory carnivore.
The length of the body 16–20 mm. The color of the skin is blue-grey.
The shell is perforate, depressed, transversely dilated, slightly striate, very shining, and corneous or rufous in colour. The spire is moderate and sublateral. The shell has 3 whorls. The last whorl in adults is elongated and is not angulated. The aperture is large and has a rounded oval shape. The length of the shell is 5.5 mm.
The distribution of this species is central-European and southern-European.
Daudebardia rufa Wikipedia