New Zealand bivalve molluscs.
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Published by The Department in Edinburgh .
Written in English

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Pagination[4] leaves
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Open LibraryOL19596432M

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A systematic and descriptive catalogue of the marine and land shells, and of the soft mollusks and Polyzoa of New Zealand and the adjacent islands. Suter H. (). Manual of the New Zealand Mollusca Wellington. Powell A. W. B. (). New Zealand Mollusca, William Collins Publishers Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand, ISBN External links. Key to New Zealand Molluscs. Animal Products (Specifications for Bivalve Molluscan Shellfish) Notice [PDF, MB] Where you can grow or harvest shellfish All BMS commercially grown or harvested in New Zealand must come from a shellfish growing area that is classified for harvest for human consumption. This is a partial list of edible cs are a large phylum of invertebrate animals, many of which have molluscs are harvested from saltwater, freshwater, and the land, and include numerous members of the classes Gastropoda (snails), Bivalvia (clams, scallops, oysters etc.), Cephalopoda (octopus and squid), and Polyplacophora (chitons).

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