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Close-up view on Pecten maximus

Pecten maximus, also known as the great scallop or St James shell, is a marine bivalve mollusc. It occurs in the eastern Atlantic along the European coast from northern Norway, down to south of the Iberian peninsula.


Shellfish, Benthic species, Mollusc, Benthic environment, Bivalvia


Pecten maximus (common scallop, coquille St. Jacques, great Atlantic scallop, great scallop, king scallop, pelgrim scallop, scallop, St. James' shell)


49.087856N, 47.35829S, -1.651771E, -5.048456W

How to cite
Huber Matthias (2015). Close-up view on Pecten maximus. Ifremer. https://image.ifremer.fr/data/00618/73027/

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