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Marine blue mussel, Mytilus edulis, showing some of the inner anatomy. The white posterior adductor muscle is visible in the ...

www.gpnc.org/shells.htm

ANATOMY OF UNIONID MUSSELS. These illustrations are from the booklet "A Pocket Guide to Kansas Freshwater Mussels". They are reproduced here with the  ...

www.museum.state.il.us/ismdepts/zoology/mussels/intro_anatomy.html

Anatomy of Freshwater Mussels. phhoto of </i>Ellipsaria lineolata</i> What is a Freshwater Mussel? Freshwater mussels are bivalved mollusks (Phylum ...

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Jan 26, 2012 ... External and internal anatomy of a freshwater mussel. Phylum Mollusca, Class Bivalvia. Bivalves are easily distinguished from other molluscs ...

faculty.orangecoastcollege.edu/mperkins/zoo-review/clam-mussel/clam-mussel2.html

The internal anatomy of a live marine muscle that has just been opened. Visible are the: shell (valve); mantle - lines the shell, very lightly colored tissue; gill - lies  ...

w3.marietta.edu/~biol/mussels/anatomy.html

This is a basic overview of the anatomy of a bivalve. Most freshwater mussels within North America do not have true siphons which would allow them to intake  ...

www.carolina.com/teacher-resources/Document/anatomy-of-freshwater-mussel-dissection-manual/tr10984.tr

This program facilitates a study of the anatomy of the freshwater mussel.

www.fao.org/docrep/007/y5720e/y5720e07.htm

Figure 7: The internal, soft tissue anatomy of a clam of the genus Tapes. ... In clams and mussels the two adductor muscles are located near the anterior and ...

www.edu.pe.ca/eastwiltshire/grass01/econ5d.htm

MUSSEL BODY PARTS. 1.Inhalant siphon: soft fleshy tube that molluscs use to take in water. 2.exhalent siphon: soft fleshy tube that molluscs use to excrete ...