Bivalve Shells

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Ark Shells
Jean Allsopp

Ark Shells

With 23 North American species, these shells are inch to 5 inches in length. They are thick and oval to round with a radial sculpture. Some species have concentric ridges. The valves are joined by a straight hinge connected by two muscles that leave scars on the inside of each valve.

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