The fine art of hunting microsnails

Beauty and sorrow in five millimeters or less


TEENY TINY Some of the most elaborately spiked and contorted terrestrial snail shells, as on this Plectostoma concinnum, are among the smallest, 5 millimeters or less.

Peter Koomen

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