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a large edible clam found burrowing deeply in sandy mud along the Pacific coast of North America

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The Pacific geoduck Panopea generosa is a member of the bivalve family Hiatellidae, known to inhabit soft substrates such as sand, mud, gravel, and mixed loose substrates (Ricketts et al.
Psychrobacter bacteraemia in a cirrhotic patient after the consumption of raw geoduck clam.
Reproduction cycle of the New Zealand geoduck, Panopea zelandica, in two North Island populations.
Maybe,/ when you clean your room,/ you will find it." Typical of the collection, in "The geoduck of my fever dream," near the book's finish, bennett realizes her poetic sensibility in a grocery store, with a hunger or yearning that breaks through her sang-froid, for "the smell of salt and earth" and potential love with a cashier that went "unsated.
If you're in the mood for a libation, you might try the lychee martinis along with the house specialty of geoduck sashimi.
Taylor's operations--which include growing oysters, clams, mussels and geoduck (giant clams whose necks can reach more than three feet long)--span some 1,900 acres of the same tidelands.
Pa would whittle while Geoduck and Crowbar, his Native American friends, did all the work.
Shipments from Japan of geoduck clams and fava beans earlier tested positive for small but safe levels of radiation after an earthquake and tsunami crippled the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex on March 11.
The chief environmental writer for the Seattle Times, Welch details law enforcement efforts to curtail the poaching and smuggling of the geoduck in the Puget Sound.
Modeling geoduck, Panopea abrupta (Conrad, 1849) population dynamics II.
farmed paddlefish and sturgeon eggs) Clams (butter, Pacific geoduck, Pacific littleneoks, Manila, northern quahog) Cod (Pacific, trap and line caught) Crawfish Mahi-mahi (U.S.
Some tribal members still fish--primarily for Dungeness crab and geoduck, a big mollusk that is a delicacy in Asia--but the river that once fed them nutritionally and spiritually is a shadow of what it once was.