Found in a field behind the school. I think it was originally suppose to be a restoration project by the school.
Found right behind my house. This was the first one I have found in over 3 years behind my house and the first one I have ever caught behind my house.
These have been common in the baylands for at least a decade and I've been wondering what they are for as long. They stick on to flat surfaces and vegetation and stay there. Otala sp?
Photos of larger dead shells and small living snails. I took a bunch of photos from more angles if those would help.
Seeking to document observations of non-native introduced species outside of their original homelands. Observations must be of organisms that were introduced to an area by humans recently (established populations of introduced species are okay), not natural shifts in range, or migrations.