|I have identified these as common white-lip globe snails. I didn't disturb them to take a closer look but the ID seems to fit. For more information: www.dlia.org/atbi/species/Animalia/Mollusca/Gastropoda/St...|
I first observed three snails trying to sexually interact. The snails are reportedly hermaphrodites, meaning they possess both male and female reproductive organs. I am not sure who was about to do what.
|title||mesodon thyroidus, mating, whitmore's bluff, oostanaula river, floyd county, georgia 1|
|date yyyymmdd hr:mn||2009:03:29 06:57:44|
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