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Extra information[edit]

Added further information. The new text needs links to other articles added. Dlloyd 10:09, 27 Jul 2004 (UTC)

Fossil company text[edit]

Added text from article I originally wrote in 1998 and published it on the Web....
Portions of this text are :
"Copyright © 1995-1997 The Fossil Company Ltd. © 1997-1999 The British Fossil Company Inc. and licensed by the owner under the terms of the Wikipedia copyright." Please contact me if you need further clarification on this. Dlloyd 00:42, 30 Jul 2004 (UTC)


I think this article needs to include more bivalve anatomy. It's hard to think of these things without any head or body parts as relatives of snails and octopodes. What body parts make them up besides a mantle and a foot?


big ass? (see 1st sentence, 3rd paragraph) "Bivalves lack a radula and feed by siphoning and filtering big ass particles from water."