The last emblem in the 4th volume of Camerarius Symbolae et emblemata is “Fert omnis secum”. The distich is: “O felix, secum sua quicumque omnia portat,
Fortunae vivens liber ab arbitrio”. Gibbs  wrote: “The idea of the wise man who fert omnia secum, “carries everything with him,” is here appropriated for the snail, who even carries its own home on its back”.
The two snails are more elongated than in the previous emblems, and show more whorls; they appear both as dextral specimens with the animals showing two tentacles.
 See post #253.