The Intertidal Bivalves of British Columbia - Handbook No. 17

By: Quayle, D.B.

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104 pages including glossary and index. Sunning to spine and small nicks to each end of spine. Moderate wear overall. Numerous excellent black and white illustrations. Provides identification of some common lamellibranch or bivalve molluscs living in the intertidal zone along the British Columbia coast. These creatures live in deep and shallow water, salt, brackish, and fresh water, lying loosely on the surface, attached to the surface or burrowing in mud, sand, wood, clay, or stone. Several groups, among which are the scallops, are able to swim. Covers the following families and species: Glycymeridae, anonidae, mytilidae, pectinidae, ostreidae, tellinidae, semelidae, solenidae, mactridae, cardiidae, gariidae, veneridae, ungulinidae, lyonsiidae, erycinidae, myidae, hiatellidae, pholadidae, teredinidae.

Title: The Intertidal Bivalves of British Columbia - Handbook No. 17

Author Name: Quayle, D.B.

Categories: Natural History, British Columbia,

Edition: Reprint

Publisher: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, British Columbia Provincial Museum: 1970

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 35106761

Keywords: Quayle, D.B. The Intertidal Bivalves of British Columbia - Handbook No. 17 104 pages including glossary and index. Sunning to spine and small nicks to each end of spine. Moderate wear overall. Numerous excellent black and white illustrations. Provides,