Variation in land-snail shell form has been extensively documented, but its causes are poorly understood.
For no character are there general rules relating shell form to environmental characteristics, although certain correlations are common.
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Snails may attain smaller adult sizes at higher population densities, apparently through the effects of pheromones on growth rate.
Relative aperture area tends to be smaller under drier conditions, probably because of selection for smaller whorl cross-sectional area to reduce water loss.
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