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Last Update: Friday, October 24, 2008 At: 1:2:11 (Total Listings: 4)
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Prehistoric Bivalves
Bivalves Bivalve Chlamys antiaustralis, from the Miocene of Victoria.Source Museum Victoria. Bivalves are very common shallow-water molluscs, and include scallops, oysters, and clams.
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Future Directions
Future Directions in the Analysis of Freshwater Bivalves in Archaeology by Evan Peacock, Research School of Archaeology and Archaeological Sciences, Sheffield
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Virtual Silurian Reef
The Virtual Silurian Reef BIVALVES include modern clams, scallops and oysters, and they live in both fresh water and seawater.
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Fossils For Sale
Commercial sale of fossils
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