Woodland near river / stream
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Do you have a side view, or a shot of the shell from below. I suspect this will be the usual Cepaea sp., but it would be nice it it were Hygromia limbata (well established in Devon).
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I've added another photo, it is the most side-on view I have of it I'm afraid! What would be the main difference between them?
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Thanks for the additional photo - it does help - and confirms your specimen as an adult. H.limbata has a pale line along the keel (side) of the shell whorls - absent in your specimen. More importantly there is a thickened brown lip to the shell opening - which is NOT the same colour as the shell. In Hygromia the lip (which is feeble) and shell would be more or less the same colour.
Lat/Lng: 51.2244, -3.8051
OS grid ref: SS740487