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Last Update: Tuesday, September 28, 2010 At: 16:58:21 (Total Listings: 17)
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Florida Pectens
by Forum "Let's Talk Seashells"
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Pectinidae
CONCHOLOGY - The Art and Science of Nature at worldwideconchology.com is a Web site designed for shell collectors with a variety of interests in the hobby and science of conchology, and for anyone who has ever been fascinated with the beauty and diversity of sea and land shells.
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Pecten Palace
Sponsonsored by Schooner Specimen Shells - " Ultimately, this site aspires to be an " Online iconography" of the living Pectinidae and Propeamussiidae. Of all the molluscs, the Pecten family is one of the most colorful and variable many of its 300 or so species are extravagantly variable in color, pattern and often sculpture - local populations of the more variable species such as Aequipecten opercularis Linne, 1758.. and Chlamys flexuosus Poli, 1795 often contain scores of distict variations, enabling one to assemble positively outrageous seres of specimens with no two being closely similar to each other. If anyone out there in the wonderful world of Virtual Conchology wishes to contribute photos of species or forms not currently represented here, or exeptional images of any member of these two allied families, i would invite you to send them to me (Ross Mayhew) and i will promptly pop them onto the site - with proper credit of course! ..."
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The Pecten Site
by Arne Ghys of Belgium - " Pecten shells or scallops are among the most popular group of molluscs for seashell collectors because of their wide variety of forms and colors. There are nearly 500 different recent species known, divided in 3 families. They all conform to the general pattern of 2 valves with an almost round outline, ribs radiating like a Roman comb and two ears on each side of the shell. ..."
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Optics Express
Iridescent Color of a Shell of the Mollusk Pinctada Margaritifera Caused by Diffraction
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Scallops
Oceanlink Scallops "Closely related to oysters, clams and cockles, scallops belong to the Phylum Mollusca and the Class Bivalvia. ..."

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Rock Scallops
Rock Scallops Photos of Crassedoma giganteum, the Rock scallop
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Scallop
Sea Grant University of Delaware Scallops "The scallop is possibly best known for its beautiful and distinctive shell. It has been captured in works of art by Titian, Botticelli, and many others. Buildings in ancient Pompeii were decorated with scallop-shell ornaments...."
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Mote Magazine
Bringing Bay Scallops Back By Ernest Brewer - New Studies could help re-open recreational scallop fishing in Southwest Florida.
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Www Scallops
Image Data Base Chemistry Biology and related disciplines in the WWW Scallops (Pectinidae) Bivalvia Molluscs
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Pectinidae
Great Images of the Pectinidae family an Olivier Caro Web site page
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Alaska Scallops
Alaska Scallops "In Alaska, there are three types of scallops. Bay scallops, which are a smaller variety. Rock scallops, which are commonly found attached to rocks, and Weathervane scallops which are sold as Jumbo scallops on the market. ..."
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Bay Scallop
Atlantic Bay Scallop (Aequipecten irradians concentricus)
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Pectinidae
Alboran Shells Images of the family Pectinidae from their photo Data Base
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Pectinibranch
"Preliminary classification of the recent terrestrial pectinibranch mollusks" Club Conchylia Informationen"(2005), Bd. 37(12) 21-32 - by Roman V. Egorov
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Pectinidae
Science Family Pectinidae (Scallops) Archerd Shell Collection
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Scallops
SCALLOPS (Propeamussiidae & Pectinidae) by Henk H. Dijkstra Good Data Base
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