Habitat: native to the island of Hispaniola (Haiti and Dominican Republic) east of Cuba  
Status: Not Listed
These little treasures are Candy-Striped Land Snails (Liguus virgineus), otherwise known as Candycane Snails or Rainbow Snails, and I think it’s pretty obvious where they get their name! This is a species of air-breathing, terrestrial land snail that commonly resides in the trees.

The snails produce creamy white shells lined with bright, rainbow stripes of orange, purple, and yellow. Makes me want one of those old fashioned lollypops. BADLY!