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BubikolRamios
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Posted on 17-04-2014 20:25
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Anything live/reliable outthere regarding that. No luck finding anything.

BTW, currently looking for id of these(All land snails, loc.: Slovenia):

http://agrozoo.ne...5632f963c3

http://agrozoo.ne...816fddefb3

http://agrozoo.ne...1636d2af99
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atylotus
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Posted on 31-07-2014 13:12
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I'm not an expert on terrestrial Molluscs, but the third one looks like a Cochlicopa species.
For species other than diptera I can recommend http://observado..... You can ask questions on the forum or enter observations or look at all observations.
In this case I can forward your question, but you may try it yourself.
Edited by atylotus on 31-07-2014 13:13
 
atylotus
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Posted on 03-08-2014 09:33
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I have forwarded your question to waarneming.nl (with Dutch biologists') and I quickly got a response from the Mollusc expert Tello Neckheim: "first photo shows an Oxychilus, probably draparnaudi, second photo a juvenile Perforatella umbrosa and the third photo Cochlicopa lubrica".
He also added that the height of the latter is of no importance for identification, however the width is; in Slovenia there are 4 species.
Thanks to Tello.
Edited by atylotus on 03-08-2014 09:33
 
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