Inflectarius subpalliatus




 Inflectarius subpalliatus can be found mainly in South Carolina and Tennessee and along the Appalachian Mountain range.

In that region, they can be found in and along rotting logs and also in the dirt. (Pilsbry, 1940). They prefer damp and moist areas and during the rainy seasons they can be found in trees, up on higher ground. (Pilsbry, 1940). They are a protected species and are included on the endangered species list.

More specific information on the habitat and adaptation of Inflectarius subpalliatus has not been published yet due to lack of information known about this species.