01 November 1992
Comments Letters Shell identification. May I respectfully point out that the bivalve shell attached to the bill of a Dunlin Calidris alpina in plate 111 is not a cockle Cardium, but looks very like a thick trough shell Spisula solida. This species has a much thick...
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