Related formsbi·val·vu·lar [bahy-val-vyuh-ler] /baɪˈvæl vyə lər/, adjective
Examples from the Web for bivalve
But a great number of the bivalve Testacea, and many also of the turbinated univalves, burrow in sand or mud.Principles of Geology|Charles Lyell
They are voracious eaters, living principally on bivalve mollusks.
Bivalve -ed: applied to mouth parts consisting of two parts or valves united to form a tube.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
Yes, enough to tell a bivalve when I see one: should like to have a ‘dozen fried’ before me now.The Island Home|Richard Archer
The Ostracoda have the body enclosed in a bivalve shell-covering, and normally unsegmented.