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Bivalve Molluscs

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We can meet up with bivalve molluscs most places we go scuba diving. They are even out on the sand – in which they bury themselves with just their opening visible. Coral Clam, Pedum spondyloidum Sometimes free standing, but often embedded in a hard coral - which must be a safer place to be! 7 Photos Asian Green Mussel, Perna viridis A distinctive shade of green, this mussel is a food source and a fouling organism when it grows in the wrong place... 3 Photos Giant Clam; Tridacnidae Our largest bivalve; it's technically a protected species but is still very much at risk and no...

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