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hi ... the first two are of the Canary Islands two seconds i are suppose to Filipino tourists Shopping
paul as follows the identification of those white shells there is no way to know your name?

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The first one is a sea urchin - an echinoderm, not a mollusk.  Don't know the species.
Second one appears to be Ostrea (Crassostrea) edulis.
Third appears to be a Gyrineum, family Ranellidae, but I can't place the species.
Last one is a ... puzzle. It's obviously immature, but still, I can't think of anything from the Philippines that looks similar.
well already. but it was to try to sneak and see if I know of no page identificacin of echinoderms. This jars to catch shells for tourists is a mess and tell my friends not to bring me this if not for themselves but cojidos always falls some tourist basket