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For the sake of the composition, these two very different examples of ribbed shell forms are pictured together. The Channeled whelk is a snail and the Atlantic Bay Scallop is a bivalve, having two shells on a single animal. They are photographed on pink marble.
- ©JMacCausland'09 Whelk on Scallop Shell 068.jpg
- Janet MacCausland
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