Body and head almost white
No interactions present.
Probably 'brown-lipped' Cepaea nemoralis, rather than C.hortensis.
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The shell seems to have a brown lip !
Your snail has had a long journey but I think we can say it is the he grove snail or brown-lipped snail (Cepaea nemoralis) as opposed to the White Lipped Snail (Cepaea hortensis)both these snails show banding and all sorts of adapation in their banding - Polymorphic - so they can blend into their environment The apeture is the hole where the snail emerges and is ofetn very useful in ID'ing snails
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