Garden Snail (Cornu aspersum)

Scaled collection of drawings of Garden Snail in multiple poses

The Garden Snail (Cornu aspersum) is a land snail species and a terrestrial pulmonte gastropod mollusk. In some areas the snail is relished as a food item, but it is widely regarded as a pest in gardens and agriculture. An adult Garden Snail has a thin calcareous shell with four or five whorls that is variable in color. There is usually a reticulated pattern of dark brown, brown-gold, or chestnut with yellow stripes. The body is soft and slimy, and it is able to be retracted into the shell entirely. When injured or irritated, the Gardner Snail will produce a defensive froth of mucus that will repel or overwhelm its enemies.

Garden Snails have a length between 1.97”-3.54” (5-9 cm), width from .98”-1.57” (2.5-4 cm), height of .98”-1.77” (2.5-4.5 cm), and weight in the range of .015-.03 lb (.007-.015 kg). The shell length is 1.1”-1.97” (2.8-5 cm) with a shell height of .79”-1.38” (2-3.5 cm)
. The typical lifespan of the Garden Snail is 2-5 years.

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
.98”-1.77” | 2.5-4.5 cm
Width:
.98”-1.57” | 2.5-4 cm
Depth:
Length:
1.97”-3.54” | 5-9 cm
:
:
Weight:
.015-.03 lb | .007-.015 kg
Area:
:

Shell Height: .79”-1.38” | 2-3.5 cm

Shell Length: 1.1”-1.97” | 2.8-5 cm

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Scientific Name:
Cornu aspersum
Lifespan:
2-5 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Garden Snail side elevation, front, top

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Gastropods refer to invertebrates under the class Gastropoda. This class is represented by slugs and snails that live in various environments such as land, freshwater, and oceans. These animals are scavengers, hence a host to various disease-transmitting pathogens.

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