Pomacea (pomacea) sordida (Swainson, 1822)
Operculum: The operculum is moderately thick and corneous. The structure is concentric with the nucleus near the centre of the shell. The operculum can be retracted in the aperture (shell opening).
Body: The body has a grey-brownish colour with dark pigment spots.
Food: Eats almost all types of vegetation.
Habitat and distribution:
Looks similar to:
Pomacea sordida is very similar to Pomacea lineata (Spix, 1827), Pomacea haustrum (Reeve, 1856) (habitat: Manaron branche of the Amazon and Southern Bolivia), Pomacea insularum (D'Orbigny, 1839) (habitat: Parana, La Plata to Bolivia) and Pomacea canaliculata (Lamarck, 1819).
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