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Cornu aspersum - Wikipedia


Cornu aspersum, known by the common name garden snail, is a species of land snail. As such ... The shell is variable in color and shade but generally is dark brown, brownish golden, or chestnut with...

brown garden snail - Cornu asperum (Müller)


The brown garden snail (European brown snail), Cornu aspersum, was described by O.F. Müller from specimens collected in Italy. This plant feeder has been ...

Brown Garden Snail - Oregon State University


Apr 19, 2016 ... Brown garden snail, Cornu aspersa (formerly Helix aspersa, Cantareus aspersus , and Cryptomphalus aspersus) is a member of the family ...

Brown garden snail - Amazing Facts on Molluscs


The brown garden snail (Cornu aspersum) is one of the most widely spread land snail species in the world. Originated from the Mediterranean it is today found is ...

Garden Snail - Snail Facts and Information


The helix aspersa is also known with the common name of “European Brown Garden Snail”, but its scientific name is has alternative versions. Some scientist ...

Brown garden snail - California Snails and Slugs


Common names: Brown garden snail, European garden snail. Scientific name: Cornu aspersum (formerly named Helix aspersa). Counties in California where ...

Once a Delicacy, Now a Pest - The Santa Barbara Independent


Oct 16, 2009 ... The California Brown Garden Snail Was Not Always So Despised As It Now Is.

Garden snail videos, photos and facts - Helix aspersa | ARKive


The shell of the garden snail is generally spherical in shape with a short spire and a 'wrinkled' surface. It is pale brown or yellow in colour, and is marked with a  ...

Brown Garden Snail


Brown Garden Snail. Return to: Index. SLUGS AND SNAILS Brown Garden Snail. DESCRIPTION. Adult -: An adult shell has 4 to 5 whorls and is 28 to 32 mm in ...

Cornu aspersum* (European brown garden snail) - Fact Sheet ...


Jan 14, 2014 ... Cornu aspersum, like other snail species, is an hermaphroditic species (each individual having both male and female reproductive systems).