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Beekite-replaced Clam Burrow

Harry Pristis
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Chalcedony (Beekite) replacing a section of calcareous clam burrow.  Kuphus sp. is Cenozoic in age with one extant species.  It is reputed to be the longest clam that ever existed.


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