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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scallop

Scallop (/ ˈ s k ɒ l ə p, ˈ s k æ l ə p /) is a common name that is primarily applied to any one of numerous species of saltwater clams or marine bivalve mollusks in the taxonomic family Pectinidae, the scallops.However, the common name "scallop" is also sometimes applied to species in other closely related families within the superfamily Pectinoidea, which also includes the thorny oyste...

shells.tricity.wsu.edu/ArcherdShellCollection/Bivalvia/Pectinidae.html

Normal swimming is in the direction of the valve opening, but the scallop can sharply change direction with its velum. Species in the genus Chlamys are sedentary and live attached by a byssus under rocks in intertidal areas. Scallops are found in all seas, from shallow water to great depths. Classification Class: Bivalvia

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Scallop

Scallop also is used to refer to the distinctive shell of this mollusk. Their shell shape tends to be highly regular, recalling one archetypal form of a seashell, and because of this pleasing geometric shape, the scallop shell is a common decorative motif. Scallops constitute a cosmopolitan family, found in all of the world's oceans.

simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scallop

A scallop is a marine bivalve mollusc of the family Pectinidae.Scallops live in all the world's oceans.. This is one of the largest families of living bivalves. There are over 300 living species of scallop. Their main adaptation is the ability to swim by clapping their valves together. In this way they escape from most of their predators.. They have a good reputation as a food source.

www.britannica.com/animal/scallop-bivalve

Scallop: Scallop, any of the marine bivalve mollusks of the family Pectinidae, particularly species of the genus Pecten. The family, which includes about 50 genera and subgenera and more than 400 species, is worldwide in distribution and ranges from the intertidal zone to considerable ocean depths. The two

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Placopecten_magellanicus

Placopecten magellanicus, the Atlantic deep-sea scallop (previously known as Pecten tenuicostatus and as Pecten grandis and once referred to as the "giant scallop") is a commercially important pectinid bivalve mollusk native to the northwest Atlantic Ocean.

www.wisegeek.com/what-are-scallops.htm

Nutritional Value. Scallops are very low in fat and fairly low in calories; a single scallop typically has only about 30 to 35 calories. They are a source of unsaturated fat with omega-3 fatty acids, which are recommended for a healthy diet and provide a decent source of vitamin B12 and calcium.A single serving also includes a good amount of magnesium, iron, and zinc, which can be good for ...

www.reluctantgourmet.com/all-about-scallops

I hate to hear you are the reluctant gourmet when you have published such a fantastic article on scallops. Really informative and objective–allowing the reader to make informed decisions on the food choice. You also present the material in a simple, concise, easy-to-read way.

nefsc.noaa.gov/publications/tm/tm189/tm189.pdf

Editorial Notes on "Essential Fish Habitat Source Documents" Issued in the NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-NE Series Editorial Production For "Essential Fish Habitat Source Documents" issued in the NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-NE series, staff of the Northeast Fisheries Science Center's (NEFSC's) Ecosystems Processes Division largely assume the role of staff of

www.scallop.nl/CLASSIFICATION.htm

Update: 2018.05.25 SYSTEMATICAL CATALOGUE OF LIVING PECTINOIDEA (Propeamussiidae, Cyclochlamydidae & Pectinidae) Sources. Carter et al. (2011)