Mussel is the common name used for members of several families of clams or
bivalve molluscs, ... Freshwater mussel species inhabit lakes, ponds, rivers,
creeks, canals, and they are classified in a ...
The freshwater clams of North America (also called freshwater mussels) are ...
The real problem with eating freshwater clams is that they are “filter feeders,” ...
North America has some 300 species of freshwater clams and mussels. His
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Jun 24, 2012 ... many small fish add up to a very good meal... but you must be able to catch them!
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Freshwater clams filter food and nutrients out of the water. If they are in an
aquarium, their diets can also include invertebrate food to supplement their
the streams and lakes of Michigan: freshwater mussels. (Unionidae), fingernail ...
the unionid mussels and the other freshwater bivalves is their unique life cycle ...
Button industry In the late 1800's and early 1900's freshwater mussel shell was
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freshwater mussels—what they look like, where they ... The freshwater mussels
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Sep 30, 2016 ... ... shellfish (mainly oysters, clams, scallops or mussels) are eaten by humans. ...
Both freshwater and saltwater shellfish may cause poisoning. ... chemicals that
poison humans; they cause specific and nonspecific symptoms.
Acute toxicity and bioaccumulation of arsenic in freshwater clam Corbicula
fluminea. Liao CM(1), Jau SF, Chen WY, Lin CM, Jou LJ, Liu CW, Liao VH,