Black jewfish are now better protected under new rules that apply to commercial and recreational fishers, and the take of gastropods and bivalve molluscs
has been completely banned in Moreton Bay to protect sustainability.
In contrast, in the larvae of the gastropod and bivalve molluscs
, the metatroch rarely arrested when the prototroch was beating.
Disease processes in marine bivalve molluscs
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Walruses use their highly sensitive whiskers and snout to search out bivalve molluscs
(such as clams) and other small invertebrates on the ocean floor.
Biology and Ecology of Edible Marine Bivalve Molluscs
Digeneans are important parasites of bivalve molluscs
, including several marine species of economic interest in which can cause serious damage (Lauckner, 1983).
Scallops and mussels are the two bivalve molluscs
with the highest rate of extraction and consumption in Peru.
BIOACCUMULATION OF LEAD, CADMIUM AND MERCURY IN Argopecten purpuratus (LAMARCK, 1819) AND Aulacomya ater (MOLINA, 1782), COMMERCIAL SPECIES FROM PERU, AND RISK ASSESSMENT/BIOACUMULACION DE PLOMO, CADMIO Y MERCURIO EN Argopecten purpuratus (LAMARCK, 1819) Y Aulacomya ater (MOLINA, 1782), ESPECIES COMERCIALES DEL PERU, Y SU EVALUACION DE RIESGO A LA SALUD
The museum's collection includes approximately 5,000 clam shells (the shells of bivalve molluscs
) from 86 genera worldwide.
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, such as oysters, mussels, clams, cockles and scallops that have been contaminated."
have been considered as a potential biomonitor for metallic contamination in marine ecosystems .
Growth in bivalve molluscs
: nutritional effects of two or more species of algae in diets fed to the American oyster Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin) and the hard clam Mercenaria mercenaria (L.).
Trematode metacercariae usually cause no apparent harm to host bivalve molluscs
[24-26] but infection with Proctoeces sp.