Inflectarius downieanus could have interactions that are similar to other snails that are in the Class Gastropoda. Some of the predators that prey on snails are leeches, beetles, caterpillars, frogs, toads, snakes, different kinds of birds, sometimes in certain areas ducks and geese, and humans who think that snails are a delicacy (BioExpedition, 2012). When snails are in danger they can withdraw into their shells and make a plate called the operculum so that the predators would not be able to eat them (Hickman Jr., 2009). The color of their shell and body helps make a great camouflage from other predators (BioExpedition, 2012).   

*Not an Inflectarius downieanus, but an Inflectarius ferrissi.