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Scissula Tellins Of Florida A Comparison Of Three
"Let's Talk Seashells Forun" discussion on how to tell three Florida tellins apart
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B.C. Creature Page
B.C. Creature Page Explore The Animals That Live Under British Columbia's Ocean Waters
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Bivalves
Oxford University Museum of Natural History Bivalves Page
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Clams In The USA
Clams in the USA A simple facts sheet....A NOAA Page
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Deep Sea Bivalves
Benthic Ecology and Biology MBARI - Excellent images!
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W. Atlantic Bivalves
Selected Images Of Western Atlantic Bivalves Jaxsonville Shell Club
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Bivalvia(Two Shells)
Bivalves use their foot to move themselves. Not in the way we use our feet, but to push themselves over or move themselves away from a threat. Although they do have this foot, most bivalves do not move very often.
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Growth Rings & Longevity
Article Growth Rings and Longevity in Bivalves article by Dr. Douglas S. Jones "The regular spacing of external growth rings on shells and their progressive crowding as the animals grow older continue to prompt people to interpret them as age markers, analogous to annual rings in trees...." a COA (Conchologists of America)article
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Bivalves
Ohio State The Bivalve Collection is really a collection of collections. Over the years a number of private and institutional collections have been assembled on the campus and organized into the collection here today.
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Bivalves
Archerd Shell Collection Pages Bivalves Bivalve Family Index (Clams, Oysters, Mussels & Scallops)
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Bivalves
Bivalves Research, Training, Electronic Dissemination of Data Partnerships for Enhancing Expertise in Taxonomy In a joint program involving biologists and laboratories from the around the world, Dr. Rdiger Bieler, a molluscan systematist at the Field Museum of Natural History & Dr. Paula M. Mikkelsen, a molluscan systematist at the American Museum of Natural History, combine their expertise to train a new generation of bivalve workers and significantly to advance the systematics of the group
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Ming The Clam Is Oldest Animal
BBC News - Ming the clam is 'oldest animal - A clam dredged up off the coast of Iceland is thought to have been the longest-lived animal discovered.
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Jingle Shells
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Animal Diversity Web
University of Michigan Museum of Zoology 2002. "Bivalvia" (On-line), Animal Diversity Web"The Animal Diversity Web is an educational resource written largely by and for college students. "
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Washington State
The Bivalves of The Evergreen State College , Olympia, WA, USA
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