Helix pomatia, forest snail, foreground image
Helix pomatia appeared in 1758 and popularly it is called the grove snail, forest snail, garden snail, apple snail, green gardensnail, Weinberghschnecke (in german) or escargot de Bourgogne (in french when they are used in cooking) and it is spread in regions not under the influence of sea breeze. It is a species of large, edible, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Helicidae. It is a European species.
Technical characteristics of the picture are:
- it is available at the maximum size of 6016 x 4000 pix.(24,2 Mpix.)/ 50.94 x 33.87 cm/ 20.05 x 13.33 inch, with excellent quality in 33.3 MB;
- it has an ISO of 220 with no noise, f/8, bit depth 24, compressed bits/pixel 4;
- it's horizontal and vertical resolution is of 300 dpi.
The picture is royalty free commercial use. Purchased image doesn't have "copyright" label on. It can be resized at request.
Author: Daniela Temneanu