I wanted to be somewhere else today. The Jackson County Conservation Commission is sponsoring a bioblitz today, and I had planned on attending. However, I have an unresolved health issue (hopefully nothing major but it is kicking my butt right now) that prevented me from going.
I was going to look at terrestrial snails. Being unable to go there I spent some time photographing snails from my back yard.
This one seems to be Euchemotrema fraternum.
This is a view of the underside of the same species–maybe not the same individual, though.
This is Zonitoides arboreus.
This is a Gastrocopta species. Positive identification requires closer identification of the shell opening than I was able to do with the live specimen.