Due to a lack of research and information on L. pustuloides we do not know exactly what they eat, but from some simple extractions we can gather a general idea of what they eat. Since they are tiny woodland creatures living in damp leaf litter we can guess that they are herbivores using their radulas to scrape up any number of edible materials from the leaves and dirt. This material could include any number of algae, fungi, or decaying plant material. We can also speculate that calcium is an important resource to these snails as their shell is composed of calcium carbonate which means they must be able to take in large enough amounts to maintain the strength of their shells and be able to add on new shell as they grow.

Here is some basic information on this snail's Reproduction.