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rockminx_10-2-2

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Abstract

Miocene. The very first bivalves that we find in the fossil record are tiny, but fully-formed bivalves, complete with two shells, a hinge, a ligament, and adductor muscle scars. Marine bivalve communities are relatively stable. Many species, from as early as the Miocene Epoch survive to the present.

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Photograph

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image/jpeg

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UT Department of Environmental Sciences

Geographical Area

Maryland

Institution

The University of Toledo

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Digital Initiatives, University of Toledo Libraries

LC Subject

environmental sciences; virtual exhibitions

Keywords

virtual exhibition; science;

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