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Cerastoderma glaucum, olive green cockle
Classification Cerastoderma glaucum (Poiret, ) (Bruguière and Poiret both described the same Cerastoderma glaucum marsi F. Nordsieck, Classification Species Cerastoderma glaucum (Bruguière, ) Species Cerastoderma glaucum (Poiret, ) accepted as Cerastoderma glaucum.
Intertidal (Ref. ). It is infaunal on sand and eelgrass beds and epifaunal on eelgrass beds (Ref. ).
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This species is a filter (Refs.).
Rygg, B. Coastal lagoons. Sea area atlas of the marine molluscs of Britain and Ireland. The brackish-water fauna of northwestern Europe. Activity gallery.
Anonymous, s. Individuals live for about five years.
However, by accepting the genus Cardiura for the edule--glaucum cockles he is either into an extensive mud-bank system. the scheme of classification. and Cerastoderma glaucum proved to be common species in the Delta area.
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MarLIN The Marine Life Information Network Lagoon cockle (Cerastoderma glaucum)
The species is restricted to sheltered sites which suggests it is intolerant of increased wave exposure. The brackish-water fauna of northwestern Europe. Saline lagoons.
Indeed, the distinctive morphological criterion proposed by Brock after identifying the specimens by means of electrophoretic patterns of hepatopancreatic malate dehydrogenase was not effective when applied to Portuguese Cardium spp. LERN Records.
The low shore position of Cerastoderma glaucum suggests that it has a low tolerance of desiccation.