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Nesovitrea binneyana also goes by the common name as the Blue Glass snail, inhabit damp woodlands, especially those of deciduous trees (Forsyth, 2005). They also like to spend their time underneath objects in the woodlands including rocks, logs, and leaf litters. In terms of their geographical range, Blue Glass snails tend to live in the northern states of United States, as well as southern parts of Canada near the border between the United States (Pilsbry, 1946). Two territories of Canada include British Columbia and Alberta while some common states include, Michigan, New York, Maine, Ohio, Pennsylvania, California, Montana, Wisconsin (Pilsbry, 1946).  

(Hubricht, 1985)

The image above shows some of the distribution of the Blue Glass snail in the United States.