| Lucilla, Hawaiia minuscula, Cecilioides acicula, Helicodiscus, Cochlicopa lubricella|
Lucilla singleyana is a species of minute air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk or micromollusk in the family Helicodiscidae.
The shell of this species is about 2 mm in width.
Lucilla singleyana Wikipedia
Lucilla singleyana was originally discovered and described (under the name Zonites singleyanus) by Henry Augustus Pilsbry in 1889.
Pilsbry's original text (the type description) reads as follows:
This species is Holarctic in distribution.
The indigenous distribution for this species includes North America.
Then non-indigenous distribution areas include:Great Britain
This species was previously announced from the Czech Republic since 1988, but later in 2009 was all findings recognized as Lucilla scintilla.
This species has been introduced to New Zealand.
This species lives in soil, see soil-inhabitant. Technically this is known as being a terricol species.