Taxonomic ClassificationCladogram

Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Molluska
Class: Gastropoda
Order: Pulmonata
Family: Vitrinidae
Genus: Vitrina
Species: Vitrina angelicae

Eukarya: Eukaryotes are characterized by a true nucleus and membrane-bound organelles.
Animalia: Organisms are multicellular and heterotrophic.  
Molluska: Organisms are soft-bodied coelomates (meaning they have a fluid-filled cavity that develops within the mesoderm) with a mantle, foot and visceral mass. For many, the mantle secretes a calcium carbonate shell.
Gastropoda: Gastropods are distinguished by torsion, a 180˚ twisting of visceral mass. They also have the ability to withdraw their bodies into the shell and cover the opening with an operculum.
Pulmonata: Characterized by having eyes at the tip of the tentacles and a mantle that functions as a lung, which opens to the outside via a pneumostome.
Vitrinidae: Snails of this family have shells that are glassy in appearance.
Vitrina: Terrestrial snails that are smaller in size.