Banded Snail: Genetic Polymorphism (Cepaea Nemoralis), Scotland Stock Photo Image

Banded Snail: Genetic Polymorphism (Cepaea Nemoralis), Scotland Stock Photo Image

"  Can I escort you to the waterhole ",and why do you keep repeating what I say ?.    Awesome!.....Banded Snails I believe them to be.

" Can I escort you to the waterhole ",and why do you keep repeating what I say ?. Awesome!.....Banded Snails I believe them to be.

Banded Snail Pin Brooch

Banded Snail Pin Brooch

Banded Snail Pin Brooch by LadybirdandLeaf on Etsy

Beach Decor Green Banded Snail Shell  Snail Shell  by LiveCoastal, $25.00

Beach Decor Green Banded Snail Shell - Snail Shell - Seashell Supply - Coastal Home Decor - Seashells - Wholesale Craft Supply

Beach Decor Green Banded Snail Shell Snail Shell by LiveCoastal, $25.00

Fraser's Banded Snail

Fraser's Banded Snail

The †Aldabra banded snail, scientific name Rhachistia aldabrae, was a species of air-breathing land snail, a pulmonate gastropod mollusc in the family Cerastidae. The species lived on one atoll in the Seychelles Islands, Indian Ocean, and was easily recognizable because of its purplish-blue banded shell. The species is thought to have died out because of climate change.[3]

The †Aldabra banded snail, scientific name Rhachistia aldabrae, was a species of air-breathing land snail, a pulmonate gastropod mollusc in the family Cerastidae. The species lived on one atoll in the Seychelles Islands, Indian Ocean, and was easily recognizable because of its purplish-blue banded shell. The species is thought to have died out because of climate change.[3]

The Aldabra Banded Snail. As recently as 2005, it seemed shells were the only remnant of the banded snail population. No one had seen one alive since 1997, and experts believed that reduced rainfall as a result of climate change had triggered the snail’s demise. However, in late August, a research team from the Seychelles Islands Foundation (SIF) ventured into a particularly inaccessible area of the atoll and found some suspicious snails. After consulting with several mollusk experts, they…

The Aldabra Banded Snail. As recently as 2005, it seemed shells were the only remnant of the banded snail population. No one had seen one alive since 1997, and experts believed that reduced rainfall as a result of climate change had triggered the snail’s demise. However, in late August, a research team from the Seychelles Islands Foundation (SIF) ventured into a particularly inaccessible area of the atoll and found some suspicious snails. After consulting with several mollusk experts, they…

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