Scallop is a common name that is primarily applied to any one of numerous
species of saltwater clams or marine bivalve mollusks in ...
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 ...
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Learn about the anatomy, reproduction and ecology of the Florida bay scallop.
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 ...
Sea scallops reproduce through spawning. Some scallops have male and female
reproductive capabilities, while others produce only eggs or sperm cells. ...
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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Anatomy. Scallops are bivalve mollusks, they have fan like shells that are really
hard. Their shells have characteristics ribs, grooves, ...