Cochlicopa lubrica (Müller 1774) Glossy Pillar

Description: Apex broadly rounded; lip edge internally thickened with a narrow continuous rib in full-grown specimens; to 5.5 mm high, 2.5 mm diameter, with 5.5 to 6 whorls; body color dark.



Natural History: May be encountered in areas inhabited by humans.

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= Cionella lubrica

Etymology: cochlea copa – shell servant; lubrica - slippery