• Polygyra cereolus shells have a height ranging from 3-5mm and a diameter ranging from 7-18mm (Capinera and White, 2011).
  • P.cereolus has become somewhat of a pest due to its ability to withstand climate changes (Lee, 2000).
  • Polygyra cereolus (Muhlfield,1816), the Southern Flatcoil, is very closely related to Polygyra septemvolva (Say, 1818), the Florida Flatcoil (Pilsbry, 1940).
  • Polygyra cereolus is constantly expanding its native range by living on ornamental plants that are shipped around the country (Lee, 2000).




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