white, but not sure if its just bleached
no colouring to lip
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The flared aperture lip and the side-on view of the aperture looks like an old and very battered specimen of Eobania vermiculata - but that is not a British species! Is the side on view at right angles? Another shot of the underside may help!?
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I'll add an underside shot now incase it helps. I've got a few shells from Tenerife, will add them later, that will get your brain working :)
They're all be endemics or introductions of unknown origin on Tenerife. I may have to leave those for a greater authority!
I've been hitting wrong buttons, making a nuisance of myself.
I hit agree when not meant, didn't realise i could retract it.
Building up my hopes only to dash them.............. ;-)
Just wanted to say thanks steve for all your help in snail identification! Its for my taxonomic collection for a university assignment, really enjoying learning how to id snails!
:-) Good luck
Lat/Lng: 51.488, -2.2331
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