Here are some especially stripey aspersas I found! (At least I assume they are aspersas they certainly look like it). I think they're especially beautiful for aspersas but maybe it's actually normal, just not in my area They aren't full grown so they may not keep their light colour when they're mature, but I hope they do.
Here is one of them with another (more typical in my experience) aspersa about his age, so you can see the difference in their colours, skin and shell, and behind them are some full-grown aspersa and cepaea so you can see their size
They are stunning I love the lighter body with the darker eyes the shell is stunning too I've never seen any like them round me there beautiful. P.s star crazy I love your avatar pic is it a knitted axolotal? It's cute
Yep it is! I diddn't like that blank avatar face the new forum layout gave me! The stripey guys do have quite pale skin and don't really have that dorsal stripe most aspersas have. I usually release garden snails back into the wild after hanging out with them a bit but I might give these guys a tank and see if I can't 'encourage' them to breed when they're fullgrown, be interesting to see if they had babies that look the same