Found during Brockholes bioblitz.
No interactions present.
S. oblonga is one of the rarest in the family. Not impossible of course, but would need verification by an expert, including dissection.
Thanks for the comments John, I have revised the identification to Amber snail sp.
also include genus Oxyloma (which all look rather similar to each other). As John says, dissection jobs to be certain, even of genus.
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Lat/Lng: 53.77181, -2.63302
OS grid ref: SD583307