Prophysaon foliolatum, The Yellow-bordered Taildropper
The common name for this land snail is derived from the yellow mantle border and the action of self amputation of the end of the tail when attacked by an enemy. One of the foods of this land snail is mushrooms one of which this snail is enjoying!
A large slug, yellowish or brownish grey, with dark diamond-mesh pattern on the tail; mantle with lateral bands; sole cream. It gets its name from its ability to self-amputate part of its tail to escape from predators.
Distribution: NW North America