Snail radulaStrobilops labyrinthicus feeds with a structure called a radula.  This radula is a feeding structure made out of chitin.  It has microscopic ridges or teeth on it and is used for scraping or tearing up its food (Archerd, 2008).

The main food source for this snail is decaying plant, leaf and log materials.  It uses its radula to scrape parts of it off and to start tearing it into smaller pieces so it can start its digestion process (Archerd, 2008).




How does this snail reproduce? Reproduction