Pseudosuccinea columella, as stated on the habitat page, has the great ability to adapt to most environments and, because of this, can be found throughout the world (Prepelitchi et al. 2010). In unfavorable weather conditions, P.columella is capable of survival by going into a temporary period of inactivity, also known as estivating. Estivating usually occurs during the dry and hot summer months when water is minimal. During the winters, P.columella can go into hibernation to survive the cold temperatures (Prepelitchi et al. 2010).


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