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The Yellow Slug

Another of the keeled slug group is the Yellow Slug. This animal is somewhat smaller and smoother than the Great Grey Slug. It is grey with a distinct greenish or yellowish tinge, and it has a yellow sole (the underneath part). The tentacles are steely blue. This species feeds on fungi and decaying matter and it can often be found crawling on the lowr parts of damp walls.

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