Pyrgulopsis thompsoni

Huachuca Springsnail

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The Huachuca springsnail is a moderate to large-sized springsnail with a shell height of 0.07 to 0.13 inches (1.7 to 3.2 millimeters). The shell is moderately convex with slightly shouldered whorls. The inner lip of the shell is thin. The aperture is fused to or separate from body whorl. The umbilicus is chink-like or open. Identification must be verified by characteristics of reproductive organs or molecular analysis

Scientific Name

Pyrgulopsis thompsoni
Common Name
Huachuca Springsnail
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