Mesodon normalis (Pilsbry, 1900)
Common Name: Grand Globe Snail
Characters: Heliciform, lip reflected, shell with 5.5-6 whorls, imperforate, no teeth, 21-34 mm diameter
Comparison: The most similar species are the other globose toothless F2s: Mesodon mitchellianus, Neohelix albolabris, or Patera pennsylvanica.
Habitat: found in ravines and on mountainsides and upland habitats, likes acidic soils, mixed hard-woods but also reported to be found in pine woods around logs.
Status: Rare in the state, overall status not known. Three vintage collections with last one in 1948.