I have a selection of Pleurodonte isabella that I've had from a young age. They're all growing at the same rate but I've noticed there's 3 different shell pattern/colours, I've never looked into Pleurodontes so I'm clueless on them, not sure if this is normal but they're pretty none-the-less The 3 different types are pattern-less and colourless, sort of reticulated and full colour. Would be lovely if anyone had any information on them Thanks in advance!
Yup i've seen pure yellow (what patternless and colourless become when older), what i called "jaguar print" (what you call reticulated), fully dark, yellow with a stripe (varying thickness), brown with a stripe (varying thickness) flat body whorls and more pointed body whorls, they're extremely variable lovely little fellas (but they do breed like crazy!)!