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Craven Door Snail From Hutton Roof Crags, a now rare snail Clausilia dubia,Craven Door Snail,Cumbria,Hutton Roof Reserve Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Craven Door Snail

From Hutton Roof Crags, a now rare snail

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  1. What beautiful house it has!

    It seems to be described as widespread, yet your description of it being rare aligns with an almost complete lack of observations across platforms. So very thinly spread across a big region, perhaps?
    Posted 16 days ago
    1. In the UK I would say very restricted, our northern limestone pavements - see

      & here - the photo is 12 years old - This was the 1st I have seen and I've been on the limestone pavements a lot this year.
      Posted 16 days ago, modified 16 days ago
      1. Thanks, so looks like a local micro habitat plus probably it being overlooked. Posted 16 days ago
        1. There's not a lot of limestone pavement about, used to be broken off for rockery stones and to decorate garden walls Posted 16 days ago
  2. Awesome! Posted 15 days ago
    1. Thanks Lisa, David Posted 15 days ago

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''Clausilia dubia'' is a species of small, very elongate, left-handed air-breathing land snail, a sinistral terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Clausiliidae, the door snails, all of which have a clausilium.

Similar species: Land Snails And Slugs
Species identified by NattyOne
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Uploaded Nov 8, 2020. Captured Jul 6, 2020 13:12.
  • Canon EOS 7D Mark II
  • f/9.0
  • 1/2656s
  • ISO800
  • 60mm