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- Cerastoderma is a genus of marine bivalves in the family Cardiidae. It includes the common ****le Cerastoderma edule. This genus is known in the fossil...
- The common ****le (Cerastoderma edule) is a species of edible sal****er clam, a marine bivalve mollusc in the family Cardiidae, the ****les. It is found...
- Cerastoderma glau****, the lagoon ****le, is a species of sal****er clam, a marine bivalve mollusc in the family Cardiidae, the ****les. This species is...
- species of ****les, with many more fossil forms. The common ****le, Cerastoderma edule, is widely distributed around the coastlines of Northern Europe...
- Ensis directus Atlantic surf clam: Spisula solidissima Common ****le: Cerastoderma edule (Native to most of Europe, with very large po****tions in Ireland...
- oyster Many species of true ****les, including: Clinocardium nuttallii Cerastoderma edule Many species of scallop, including: Argopecten irradians Argopecten...
- non-Baltic records to be misidentifications of juvenile lagoon ****les (Cerastoderma glau****). Several widespread marine species have distinctive subpo****tions...
- INTERTIDAL LAMELLIBRANCHS OF SOUTHAMPTON WATER, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO CERASTODERMA EDULE AND C. GLAU**** – BARNES 40 (5): 413 – Journal of Molluscan Studies"...
- showing the position of the building. Stiffkey is noted for ****les Cerastoderma edule which still retain the old name of 'Stewkey blues'. These are stained...
- Wales, careful sampling produced an estimate of 1.44 million ****les (Cerastoderma edule) per acre of beach. Bivalves inhabit the tropics, as well as temperate...
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