Leptinaria unilamellata (D'Orbigny, 1835)
Pacific Islands: Hawaii
Central and South America: Mexico
Leptinaria unilamellata is capable of self-fertilization and has been documented to occur in large numbers wherever it inhabits (e.g., greenhouses). This species is reported to achieve sexual maturity in approximately 104 days and on average will lay as many as 22 eggs per clutch.
- Achatina lamellata
- Tornatellina (Leptinaria) lamellata Potiez and Michaud
Almeida and Bessa 2001; Cowie 1997; Cowie et al. 2008; Jurickova 2006; Robinson et al. 2009; Rosenberg and Muratov 2006