Droppings left outside a hole in estuarine mud that have been made by a peppery furrow shell, Scrobicularia plana, when it has been feeding. The peppe

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Droppings left outside a hole in estuarine mud that have been made by a peppery furrow shell, Scrobicularia plana, when it has been feeding. The peppe
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Droppings left outside a hole at low tide in estuarine mud that have been made by a peppery furrow shell, Scrobicularia plana, when it has been feeding. The peppery furrow shell is an edible bivalve mollusc. Edible molluscs that live in sand or mud are sometimes referred to as clams. Morecambe Bay, North West England UK GB