Xerotricha conspurcata Draparnaud, 1801
The shell of this species ranges in height from 3.3-4.5 mm and a width of 4.8-6.8 mm, with 4-5 whorls. The shell is light brown with tan or darker brown spots and short stripes randomly distributed over the entire shell. There generally are long hairs covering the shell, approximately 0.2-0.3 mm long in the juveniles. The hairs are often absent in the adults.
Western Mediterranean region
- U.S.: California
This species is documented as a pest in vineyards. It can be found in multiple microhabitats, from dense vegetation to wall crevices.
- Xerolenta conspurcata
- Helix conspurcata Draparnaud, 1801
- Helicella conspurcata (Draparnaud, 1801)
Kerney et al. 1979