Discus rotundatus

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Gastropoda
Superfamily: Punctoidea
Family: Discidae
Genus: Discus
Subgenus: Gonyodiscus
Species: D. rotundatus

A small species (no more than 6-7 mm in diameter), Discus rotundatus inhabits damp, shady and hidden places in the woods of western Europe, usually under dead leaves or wood, or among rocks, although it can also be found in gardens and caves. It feeds on algae, fungi, plants and decomposed organic matter. It can live at elevations up to 2700 meters.

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