Mussel is the common name used for members of several families of clams or
bivalve molluscs, ... It does this by repeatedly advancing the foot through the
substrate, expanding the end so it serves a...
Mussels are bivalves, like clams and oysters, that live in both saltwater and
freshwater habitats. A mussel feeds by filtering water through the body. Water
Aug 27, 2012 ... “Can you eat them?” That's the question I get most often when I tell people that I
search for rare freshwater mussels. Most people don't realize ...
Dec 30, 2012 ... to generalize freshwater & saltwater, or not and i'll see what i can find for ...
freshwater clams are so closely mixed with freshwater mussels the ...
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Jun 11, 2009 ... Speeded up 10 times, this video emphasizes that quagga mussels ... Do they
ONLY eat Algea? ... @prettydall they eat phyto plankton/algea.
Mussel colonies are major features in protected marine waters of the Pacific ... On
the shore side, shorebirds, gulls and crows eat them, and at low tides they are ...
May 5, 2015 ... What do they eat? ... Do zebra mussels have any predators? ... Many species and
fish and ducks eat zebra mussels, so they are not harmful in that sense. ... Should
you find what appears to be a zebra mussel in saltwater, it is ...
A large group of ribbed mussels can filter all of the water entering a marsh during
... of Zoology; Geukensia demissa – Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce.
But mussels can't take over completely—other predators, such as lobsters, crabs
and sea stars, eat them in areas where waves don't pound as hard. Algae ...
Mussels are easy to farm and great to eat. They also help ... A small farm with 12
long lines can produce up to 180,000 pounds of mussels each year. Farming ...