Monthly Archives: July 2010

Posts about OYSTER SHELL VARIATIONS

Over on my other┬ásite – Jessica’s Nature Blog – I have been writing about the natural history of the seashore for 18 months now. Many of the postings are about seashells and marine molluscs. These include 39 articles about the … Continue reading

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Hello world!

This new blog is about the variations that can be observed in the shells of edible marine molluscs – such as oysters, cockles, winkles and whelks – and how these differences can help us understand the way that marine shellfish … Continue reading

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