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Scallop - Wikipedia

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Scallop is a common name that is primarily applied to any one of numerous species of saltwater clams or marine bivalve mollusks in ...

Bay Scallops - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

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Learn about the anatomy, reproduction and ecology of the Florida bay scallop.

Scallop Anatomy - New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center

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Using this diagram showing the anatomy of a sea scallop can you label the parts in the photograph of the sea scallop? What part of the animal is usually eaten in ...

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Jun 23, 2008 ... Live Scallop Sea Shell ... Scallop flipping over! - Duration: ... Passionate About Fish - How to shuck and clean a King Scallop - Duration: 5:13.

Did You Know Scallops Have *Eyes*? Me Neither, but Look - The ...

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Mar 28, 2013 ... Just try eating scallops with linguine and garlic after reading this article. I dare you.

Scallop - CreationWiki, the encyclopedia of creation science

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Anatomy. Scallops are bivalve mollusks, they have fan like shells that are really hard. Their shells have characteristics ribs, grooves, ...

Biology of the Bay Scallop - UK College of Agriculture

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no scallops in South Carolina, Georgia or eastern Florida. The bay scallop has also been introduced to China. Anatomy. Shell: As a member of the Phylum ...

Part 2 - Basic bivalve biology: taxonomy, anatomy and life history

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Figure 8: The soft tissue anatomy of the European flat oyster, Ostrea edulis, and the calico scallop, Argopecten gibbus, visible following removal of one of the ...

Shellfish information-Scallops-Barnegat Bay

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Bay Scallops. Scallops. Bay Scallops Aequipecten irradians. The Blue-eyed Scallop. The Atlantic Bay Scallop , also named the Blue-eyed Scallop is a ...

Atlantic Sea Scallops - Seattle Fish of NM

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The part of the scallop that is most commonly consumed is the large adductor muscle which holds its two shells together. The anatomy of Scallops is quite ...

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10 Things You May Not Have Known About Sea Scallops - Marine Life

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Feb 28, 2016 ... When you eat a scallop, what part are you actually eating? Learn where scallops live, how big they grow, what they eat and how they ...

How do scallops reproduce? | Reference.com

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Sea scallops reproduce through spawning. Some scallops have male and female reproductive capabilities, while others produce only eggs or sperm cells. ... Scallop Facts · Scallop Reproduction · Anatomy of a Scallop · Scallops Life Cycle  ...

Anatomy of the pallial tentacular organs of the scallop Nodipecten ...

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Jul 14, 2015 ... Therefore, we investigated tentacle anatomy in the scallop Nodipecten nodosus ( Linnaeus, 1758) to explore anatomical variation in tentacle ...