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Pine River

Monotis subcircularis and Halobia

Belonging to the bivalves, a group of mollusks, monotis are creatures with a shell that has two halves that are hinged together. Monotis are one of the most commonly found bivalves.

Monotis
Monotis.jpg

Photo courtesy of the Royal British Columbia Museum
MF.230 b
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