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hello i am studenen i collected my shells from wetlland in iran
my shells is very tiny
do you help me for identification of them
i will send picture of them
please post your idea about identification of them
link of my picture is :
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Sorry, can't seem to open the link.
Nope, that just gets me to their homepage, the link there won't open.
I had the link working with:

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(without .html)  <span class="petit">--Last edited by conchylinet on 2009-07-01 13:01:02 --</span>
Dave, clicking on Free User button allowed me to download the file.
I tried that and it told me the file can only be downloaded 10 times and that number had been reached.
This afternoon, using the information provided by Conchylinet, I did manage to open the file. Tonight I tried it again and found, as Dave said, that it will no longer open. BUT ... later tonight I was looking for something in my downloads folder and discovered to my great surprise that when I opened the images this afternoon I somehow downloaded them!  So I made two composites from the thumbnail images.  I can make composites of the full size images if necessary, but actually they are only about twice the size of the thumbnails, and not very sharp.  Here's what I have ...

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Good luck!
Thanks Paul, the images are clear enough for me.
Both seem to be freshwater snails, the first looks like a Lymnaea species and the second maybe a Thiarid of some sort?