Peninsula Liptooth
(Shuttleworth, 1852)

Brown Daedalochila uvulifera from the side.  Click on photo to see more photos.  Courtesy of Bill FrankTan/Horn colored Daedalochila uvulifera from above.  Courtesy of John Slapcinsky

Welcome to my website!  This site was created to enlighten you on the terrestrial snail Daedalochila uvulifera.  This is a very unique and rare snail.  You can follow the links in the left panel.  They will take you on a journey to learning all there is to know about this fascinating snail.  This snail is ranked G3 on the global rank (Nature Serve, 2011).  G3 means that it is at moderate risk to becoming extinct due to restricted range and relatively small populations (Nature Serve, 2011).  If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, don't hesitate to shoot me an email.  You can find my contact info here.