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Corbula gibba
Corbula gibba
Description Two specimens collected at extreme low tide, Plage des Rosaires, western extremity (Tournemire), Plérin, Côtes d'Armor, N. Brittany, NW. France. 10,9mm: under stone, on wet muddy sand. 9,3mm: used as anchor in the byssal thread of a mussel cluster (Mytilus edulis), together with little pebbles and other shell debris (Anomia ephippium, Ruditapes philippinarum etc.). Author Olivier Caro ·  JPG file - 946.61 kB - 1 800 x 1 400 pixels added on 2019-04-21978 viewsDeep-Sea taxaDigital photo, entire species Corbula gibba (Olivi, 1792) accepted as Varicorbula gibba (Olivi, 1792) Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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