Cepaea vindobonensis

It occurs in the lowlands of south-eastern Europe, in a dry environment - hills, roadside motivated rich in calcium (eg. Less), on the high vegetation and compact both herbaceous as deciduous (eg. On wolfberry). Due to the frequent mowing lawns more often the mainstay of the genre are the dense bushes. In Poland, seen in the south of the country. Skorupka normally educated, white or slightly yellowish, with a variable number of brown or lighter stripes. Belts may coalesce or disappear, most of them because up to 5 occurs on the last turn (the hole). Shell 20 to 26 mm wide and 17 to 24 mm in height. Axial hole covered with bright pink lip.