OTHER WORDS FROM bivalvebi·val·vu·lar [bahy-val-vyuh-ler], /baɪˈvæl vyə lər/, adjective
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In New York City, they’re repopulating the harbor with farmed oysters to build reefs with the bivalves that stop the kind of erosion that made Hurricane Sandy so destructive while filtering toxins out of the water.The Best Way to Prepare Our Coasts for Climate Change? Nature Itself.|lwhelan|September 30, 2021|Outside Online
For local oysters, stop at Little Creek Oyster Farm and Market, where they serve buckets of the bivalves on picnic tables in front of the Peconic River.
Remember to head to our Recipe Finder for even more recipes featuring bivalves.6 simple recipes to showcase clams, mussels and oysters|Kari Sonde|January 11, 2021|Washington Post
Solar Oysters’ goal is for the rig to allow farmers to raise bivalves at a cost of 24 cents per oyster, he added, because oysters are often sold for 50 cents each.Solar-powered barge could take oyster farming deeper into Chesapeake|Christine Condon|January 11, 2021|Washington Post
Because scallops are bivalves and they filter near-shore saltwater, they are subject to collecting impurities in some regional waters.14 wild edibles you can pull right out of the ocean|By Bob McNally/Field & Stream|October 19, 2020|Popular-Science
Her instructions for “the perfect scallops” include “Season both sides and let those little marine bivalve mollusks chillax.”Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Chrissy Teigen Weds John Legend|Anna Klassen|September 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Amongst other appearances, however, we observed a bivalve, which seemed to differ from terebratula and its congeners.
If the ligament of a gaping bivalve should become dry and stiff, it can be softened by putting it in water.Our British Snails|John William Horsley
A pink bivalve shell was eventually discovered, which he considered worthy of containing the honoured corpse.The Angel of Pain|E. F. Benson
A straw hat, curled up into a grotesque shape, lay at his feet like some distorted bivalve.Isle o' Dreams|Frederick F. Moore
Arca, a genus of bivalve molluscs, family Arcad, whose shells are known as ark-shells.