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Journal of Shellfish Research 7: Woodburn K. Survival and growth of laboratory-reared northern clams Mercenaria mercenaria and hybrids M. Bert 1 1. References in periodicals archive? As part of the restoration initiative, hard clam seed will be supplied to one of five sanctuary sites that will be established here this fall, including Bellport Bay, Shinnecock Bay, Huntington Harbor, Hempstead Bay and South Oyster Bay.
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To identify other baits, the activity in the pallial nerve of whelks was determined during exposure of the osphradium to odorant solutions prepared from horseshoe crab eggs, horseshoe crab hemolymph, and hard clam Mercenaria mercenaria tissue. Activity in the pallial nerve of knobbed Busycon carica and channeled Busycotypus canaliculotum whelks recorded during exposure of the osphradium to odorant solutions. The eastern oyster and hard clam are the most common types of bivalves, and both have become more prone to disease, likely due to poor water quality.
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