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Atlantic Blue Mussels (Geukensia demissa) are one of the most important members of the Long Island Sound community. They anchor themselves in the tidal zone where they open their shells during high tide in order to draw in water; filtering out algae and other particles. A large cluster of ribbed mussels can entirely filter the water entering a marsh during one tidal cycle; thus playing a vital role in the health of the Sound's ecosystem.
Fun fact: you can tell the age of geukensia demissa by counting the ribs on its shell!
Garvies Point, Long Island.
Photo by @heynardo
It's been a challenging past three days with surprising support in the form of pho and oysters from my Grandparents. An unsuccessful fishing trip today yielded a treasure trove of oysters eaten on the spot with bivalves loot taken home. I traded three Pacific Rose apples for this meal. #love#livewell#lifeisgood#oysters#bivalves
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