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clam

there are a large number of clams; one which is cultivated commercially is venerupis japonica.
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Lsta unidad subyace en concordancia a la Formacion Otatera (Batoniano tardio), consiste en -170 m de coquinas de pelecipodos con intercalaciunes de estratos calcareos de intraespatita, se le interpreta como un deposito neriticu soniero.
Because the coquina is a potentially valuable food source for so many secondary consumers and is common along the coastlines of the southeastern United States, numerous researchers have recognized its ecological importance.
The section was sampled during fieldwork in 1987 as follows: pebbles from the basal conglomerate of the Ulgase Formation (N-62), lingulate brachiopod shells from the Ulgase Formation (N-63 and N-63A), and basal lingulate shell coquina of the Kallavere Formation (N-60).
30pm, it heads south from Anna Maria Pier to Coquina Beach.
Impress your business contacts with dinner at this white-linen establishment housed in an exquisitely restored 16th century building with coquina walls, brick floors and archways, and stone vaulted ceilings.
The bore proceeded ahead until it reached approximately 3,000 feet where coquina formations slowed progress.
CLTC proudly presents the Shell Point Retirement Community; New York Congregational Nursing Center; White Horse Village, Woodcrest Villa, and Culinary Design Service; and Brightwood Center, Fairway Oaks Center, and Coquina Center.
Built from coquina, a conglomerate of shells, its massive walls withstood bombardments that would have demolished stone material commonly used elsewhere.
Down the coast on Siesta Key or up it towards Bradenton lie prettier beaches, though you'll fit in best at Coquina if you're toting kids and/or a cooler full of beer.
The material for its walls, coquina, is calcified sand and shells mined from Anastasia Island across Matanzas Bay, and the mortar is lime from oyster shells.
Me disgusta la presuncion del discurso sociologico; acaso me resta decir que "cockney" proviene del latin coquina (con lo cual tal vez en el pasado el oficio de cocinero garantizaba al practicante un salario de miseria); mas no puedo decir porque la linguistica, como la cronica, no es lo mio.
Built of coquina, a locally quarried soft shellrock, it was easily shaped by the castle's artisans and did not succumb to cannon fire.