Brown lipped snail (Cepaea nemoralis).


The shell of this species has a conical spire the shell is somewhat glossy or slightly translucent with thin walls. Shells are pale yellow or slightly pink with a wide variety of different banding patterns. The most notable feature of the Brown Lipped Snail is the brown margin to the mouth of the shell, or “brown lip”. Shells are usually 20-24mm wide and they have no umbilicus. A common snail of many habitats