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Indrella ampulla Endemic to Western ghats, Polymorphic, present in Nilgiri hills, wyanad, Anamalai hills. Wet grounds and Rainforest dweller.  Location- Wyanad. Endemic,Geotagged,India,Indrella ampulla,Rainforest,rainywyanad.,tricolor,western ghats Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Indrella ampulla

Endemic to Western ghats, Polymorphic, present in Nilgiri hills, wyanad, Anamalai hills. Wet grounds and Rainforest dweller. Location- Wyanad.

    comments (3)

  1. Beautiful!

    Also, could you please set a location for this photo (to the right)?
    Posted one year ago
  2. Incredible colors! Posted one year ago
  3. I just can’t believe the colours of some these creatures! Everybody thinks snails and slugs are greyish colours. This one is a beauty! Posted one year ago

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''Indrella ampulla'' is a species of tropical terrestrial air-breathing gastropod mollusk in the family Ariophantidae.

This is the type species of the monotypic genus ''Indrella'', which is endemic to the Western Ghats of India.

This is the only species in the genus ''Indrella'', however the animal color is polymorphic: the visible soft parts of the snail can be various colors, including red and pale yellow.

Similar species: Pulmonata
Species identified by Lisa Kimmerling
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Uploaded Aug 16, 2018. Captured in Kenichira Karimbadi Rd, Kariampady, Kerala 673591, India.