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identificacion - xbonet - 05-03-2009

hello they could indicate me the name of these Philippine shells of tourists thank you

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identificacion - dave r - 05-04-2009

Hi Xavier,
first two are Trochus maculatus and the third looks to be Turbo crassus or possibly argyrostomus.
Dave


identificacion - xbonet - 05-04-2009

the first picture is maculatus I thought that it was another ?


identificacion - dave r - 05-04-2009

No, I still think it is maculatus. This is a very variable species and the columnellar teeth point to this species.
Dave


identificacion - xbonet - 05-05-2009

since he takes him/her the time it could continue and to indicate me these other ones that he finds thank you

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identificacion - dave r - 05-06-2009

Hi Xavier, I'll try my best.
Top two rows: Juvenile Tectus fenestratus (white base) and Trochus stellatus (spottted base)
Third row ?
Fourth row: Tectus maculatus
Fifth row: Tectus fenestratus
Sixth row: Tectus maculatus
Seventh row: Tectus fenestratus.
Dave


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