Prickly Snail - Acanthinula aculeata
Though tiny (around 2mm), this snail is distinctive with regular spines along the centre of each whorl and ribs radiating from each spine. Whilst the spines can wear off the ribs remain. It also has a circular mouth.
Typically found in woodland leaf-litter but also under stones and logs.
Uncommon though possibly under-recorded.
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