How To Find A Stripeshell Snail In Palia

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  • What Is The Stripeshell Snail?
  • Where To Find Stripeshell Snails

While they might not move faster than a speeding bullet, Palia is home to a few snails which can move surprisingly quickly: the Garden Snail and the Stripeshell Snail. The Stripeshell Snail is a bright purple and pink snail that was originally used as currency, and while the Majiri of Palia uses Gold now, its rarity still makes it valuable.


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Besides being worth a nice sum, the Stripeshell Snail also counts towards one of the bundle quests, and it can make a pretty cute pet for your home. In this guide, we’ll tell you just where to find one.


What Is The Stripeshell Snail?

Player character with smoke bomb in hand standing next to a wild Stripeshell Snail on the Bahari Bay coat in Palia.

The Stripeshell Snail is a Rare rarity insect found only at Bahari Bay. They drop between zero and seven Silk Thread per capture.

Standard quality versions sell for 120 Gold, while Star quality ones sell for 180 Gold, making them a decent profit generator even if you only find a few. A single, standard-quality Stripeshell Snail is required to complete the Beach Bundle in the Vault of Waves, which also counts for several accomplishments, such as My First Rare Bug and Expert Bug Catcher.

Where To Find Stripeshell Snails

Map of Bahari Bay with orange stars above Coral Shores, Lighthouse Lagoon, and Beachcomber Cover in Palia.

Stripeshell Snails are time and location-specific. They can be found along the coast of Bahari Bay between 6pm and 3am, showing up at locations such as Beachcomber Cove, Coral Shores, and Lighthouse Lagoon.

These snails move in a straight, running pattern in one direction but are relatively slow even after being alerted, so both Sneaky Smoke Bombs and Sticky Smoke Bombs work well against them.

They can be difficult to spot due to their coloring if they’re in the water.

However, Stripeshell Snails, just like other snails, make a squelch-like sound every few seconds, so listen out for it to locate them more easily.

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