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Gros gris snails waking up after artificial hibernationGros gris snails waking up after artificial hibernationGros gris snails waking up after artificial hibernation© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails waking up after artificial hibernation

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One day eggs of gros gris snail in breedingOne day eggs of gros gris snail in breedingOne day eggs of gros gris snail in breeding© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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One day eggs of gros gris snail in breeding

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Gros gris snail eating vegetal yeast ; Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed.Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed.Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed. [AT]Gros gris snail eating vegetal yeastGros gris snail eating vegetal yeast ; Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed.Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed.Open mouth reveals his tongue: the radula which crushes food under his jaw cornea, cartilage hard brown, placed just above.Snails are farmed daily food made of flour dried vegetable soybean, sunflower, corn, wheat. His favorite vegetable: carrots, lettuce, clover, radish, rapeseed. [AT]© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snail eating vegetal yeast ; Open mouth reveals his

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Portrait of a gros gris snailPortrait of a gros gris snailPortrait of a gros gris snail© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of a gros gris snail

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Gros gris snails packaged for hibernation ; The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy.The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy.The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy. Gros gris snails packaged for hibernationGros gris snails packaged for hibernation ; The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy.The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy.The natural hibernation period is from October to March. Is formed at the opening of the shell, a plug of mucus formed in part of limestone that hardens as it dries. The snail farming requires that parents are put in batches numbered and placed in cold storage during this period of dormancy. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails packaged for hibernation ; The natural

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Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day the snail remains in the shadow of the boards, it comes out at night to feed on clovers. Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under coverGros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day the snail remains in the shadow of the boards, it comes out at night to feed on clovers. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day

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Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day the snail remains in the shadow of the boards, it comes out at night to feed on turnip plants. Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under coverGros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day the snail remains in the shadow of the boards, it comes out at night to feed on turnip plants. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails outdoor breeding in under cover ; During the day

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Hatching of young gros gris snails ; Start of outbreak after three weeks of incubation. Hatching of young gros gris snailsHatching of young gros gris snails ; Start of outbreak after three weeks of incubation. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hatching of young gros gris snails ; Start of outbreak after

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs ; Three weeks old juveniles. Gros gris snails adults and youngsGros gris snails adults and youngs ; Three weeks old juveniles. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs ; Three weeks old juveniles. 

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old juveniles. Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a saladGros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old juveniles. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old juveniles. Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a saladGros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old juveniles. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gros gris snails adults and youngs on a salad ; Three weeks old

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Sperm after mating of gros gris snails ; After mating, the genitals of both congeners are temporarily connected by a filament flexible and strong thread called sperm. Sperm after mating of gros gris snailsSperm after mating of gros gris snails ; After mating, the genitals of both congeners are temporarily connected by a filament flexible and strong thread called sperm. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sperm after mating of gros gris snails ; After mating, the

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Mating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.<br>The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (calcium dart of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right).While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (dart calcium of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right).While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (dart calcium of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right). Mating of gros gris snails on a saladMating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.
The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (calcium dart of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right).While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (dart calcium of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right).While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The prelude is characterized by a stimulation of a dart (dart calcium of about 10 mm) emitted by the snail collector (left) placed near the sex of its partner donor (right). 
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Mating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it

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Mating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. Mating of gros gris snails on a saladMating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Mating of gros gris snails on a salad ; While being bisexual, it

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Mating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. Mating of gros gris snailsMating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Mating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not

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Mating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. Mating of gros gris snailsMating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes.While being bisexual, it is not hermaphrodite. The coupling is mandatory.The genital openings are contiguous: the evagination penis (male) inserted into the vagina of her fellow female in which he temporarily lay their gametes. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Mating of gros gris snails ; While being bisexual, it is not

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Legal field of MarijuanaLegal field of MarijuanaLegal field of Marijuana© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Legal field of MarijuanaLegal field of MarijuanaLegal field of Marijuana© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Male and female inflorescences of MarijuanaMale and female inflorescences of MarijuanaMale and female inflorescences of Marijuana© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Male and female inflorescences of Marijuana

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Male inflorescence of MarijuanaMale inflorescence of MarijuanaMale inflorescence of Marijuana© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Male inflorescence of Marijuana

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Fields of barley and flax in bloomFields of barley and flax in bloomFields of barley and flax in bloom© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Fields of turnip and flax in bloomFields of turnip and flax in bloomFields of turnip and flax in bloom© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Male inflorescence of corn in studioMale inflorescence of corn in studioMale inflorescence of corn in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Silks of corn in studioSilks of corn in studioSilks of corn in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Poppy 'Oeillette' in bloom in studioPoppy 'Oeillette' in bloom in studioPoppy 'Oeillette' in bloom in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Poppies 'Oeillette' in fruit and bloomPoppies 'Oeillette' in fruit and bloomPoppies 'Oeillette' in fruit and bloom© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Field of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloom and villageField of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloom and villageField of poppies 'Oeillette' in bloom and village© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Combine harvester in a wheat fieldCombine harvester in a wheat fieldCombine harvester in a wheat field© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Harvest of textile flaxHarvest of textile flaxHarvest of textile flax© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cultivated flax and textile flax in studioCultivated flax and textile flax in studioCultivated flax and textile flax in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Vegetative cycle of cultivated flax in studioVegetative cycle of cultivated flax in studioVegetative cycle of cultivated flax in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cultivated flax in studioCultivated flax in studioCultivated flax in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cultivated flax fieldCultivated flax fieldCultivated flax field© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Common Atlantic slippersnail mating ; Three Crepidula on the back. Appears the male extended, coupled in the vaginal opening of the female first. We distinguish the gills consist of filaments. Common Atlantic slippersnail matingCommon Atlantic slippersnail mating ; Three Crepidula on the back. Appears the male extended, coupled in the vaginal opening of the female first. We distinguish the gills consist of filaments. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Smooth clam with its siphon ; It is a burrowing. Its shells are a reddish brown color supported radial belt, while his mother is white house floors. Shellfish is regulated, the minimum size is 70 to 80 mm. We picked it up all along the coast. Smooth clam with its siphonSmooth clam with its siphon ; It is a burrowing. Its shells are a reddish brown color supported radial belt, while his mother is white house floors. Shellfish is regulated, the minimum size is 70 to 80 mm. We picked it up all along the coast. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Smooth clam in the studio ; It is a burrowing. Its shells are a reddish brown color supported radial belt, while his mother is white house floors. Shellfish is regulated, the minimum size is 70 to 80 mm. We picked it up all along the coast. Smooth clam in the studioSmooth clam in the studio ; It is a burrowing. Its shells are a reddish brown color supported radial belt, while his mother is white house floors. Shellfish is regulated, the minimum size is 70 to 80 mm. We picked it up all along the coast. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Smooth clam in the studio ; It is a burrowing. Its shells are a

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Warty venus in Europe in the studioWarty venus in Europe in the studioWarty venus in Europe in the studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Warty venus in Europe in the studio

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Warty venus in Europe in the studio ; Protected by a thick shell with similar valves, grooved, concentric and deep, the colors of white to gray. Natural deposits are located and Chaussey Minquiers. Fishing is permitted only in professionals Warty venus in Europe in the studioWarty venus in Europe in the studio ; Protected by a thick shell with similar valves, grooved, concentric and deep, the colors of white to gray. Natural deposits are located and Chaussey Minquiers. Fishing is permitted only in professionals © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Warty venus in Europe in the studio ; Protected by a thick shell

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Close up of a Scallop feeding ; Open shells to feed on plankton by filtering water. It finds its entourage with his sensory organs: eyes (ocelli) and tactile tentacles. Close up of a Scallop feedingClose up of a Scallop feeding ; Open shells to feed on plankton by filtering water. It finds its entourage with his sensory organs: eyes (ocelli) and tactile tentacles. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Close up of a Scallop feeding ; Open shells to feed on plankton

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Scallop in the studioScallop in the studioScallop in the studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Scallop in the studio

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Common Limpets in the studioCommon Limpets in the studioCommon Limpets in the studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spat of Japanese littlenecks ; Imported from Japan in 1970 and produced in our hatcheries. Very popular with anglers at the time of low tides.Spat of Japanese littlenecksSpat of Japanese littlenecks ; Imported from Japan in 1970 and produced in our hatcheries. Very popular with anglers at the time of low tides.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spat of Japanese littlenecks ; Imported from Japan in 1970 and

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Japanese littleneck in the studio ; Imported from Japan in 1970 and produced in our hatcheries. Very popular with anglers at the time of low tides.Japanese littleneck in the studioJapanese littleneck in the studio ; Imported from Japan in 1970 and produced in our hatcheries. Very popular with anglers at the time of low tides.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Japanese littleneck in the studio ; Imported from Japan in 1970

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Japanese littleneck in the studio ; Introduced in France in 1970 and produced in hatcheries. The seed is sold to the size of 10 to 12 mm, or 3000 units per kilogram. From the seedlings, it is protected from predators by a plastic film Japanese littleneck in the studioJapanese littleneck in the studio ; Introduced in France in 1970 and produced in hatcheries. The seed is sold to the size of 10 to 12 mm, or 3000 units per kilogram. From the seedlings, it is protected from predators by a plastic film © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Japanese littleneck in the studio ; Introduced in France in 1970

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Japanese littleneck in the studio ; Introduced in France in 1970 and produced in hatcheries. The seed is sold to the size of 10 to 12 mm, or 3000 units per kilogram. From the seedlings, it is protected from predators by a plastic film Japanese littleneck in the studioJapanese littleneck in the studio ; Introduced in France in 1970 and produced in hatcheries. The seed is sold to the size of 10 to 12 mm, or 3000 units per kilogram. From the seedlings, it is protected from predators by a plastic film © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Japanese littleneck in the studio ; Introduced in France in 1970

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Japanese littleneck in the studio ; Veneroidae of the family. Introduced in France in 1970 and produced in hatcheries. The seed is sold to the size of 10 to 12 mm, or 3000 units per kilogram. From the seedlings, it is protected from predators by a plastic film Japanese littleneck in the studioJapanese littleneck in the studio ; Veneroidae of the family. Introduced in France in 1970 and produced in hatcheries. The seed is sold to the size of 10 to 12 mm, or 3000 units per kilogram. From the seedlings, it is protected from predators by a plastic film © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Japanese littleneck in the studio ; Veneroidae of the family.

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Clams in the studio ; The first parks were established vénéricoles from 1879 and the large deployment is on the traict Croisic in 1883. Shell fragile, professionals carry their preference on the Manila clam was introduced in France in 1970.Clams in the studioClams in the studio ; The first parks were established vénéricoles from 1879 and the large deployment is on the traict Croisic in 1883. Shell fragile, professionals carry their preference on the Manila clam was introduced in France in 1970.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Clams in the studio ; The first parks were established vénéricoles from 1879 and the large deployment is on the traict Croisic in 1883. Shell fragile, professionals carry their preference on the Manila clam was introduced in France in 1970.Clams in the studioClams in the studio ; The first parks were established vénéricoles from 1879 and the large deployment is on the traict Croisic in 1883. Shell fragile, professionals carry their preference on the Manila clam was introduced in France in 1970.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Clam siphons underwater ; The first parks were established vénéricoles from 1879 and the large deployment is on the traict Croisic in 1883. Shell fragile, professionals carry their preference on the Manila clam was introduced in France in 1970.Clam siphons underwaterClam siphons underwater ; The first parks were established vénéricoles from 1879 and the large deployment is on the traict Croisic in 1883. Shell fragile, professionals carry their preference on the Manila clam was introduced in France in 1970.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Clam siphons underwater ; The first parks were established

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Anatomy of the Clam ; The first parks were established vénéricoles from 1879 and the large deployment is on the traict Croisic in 1883. Shell fragile, professionals carry their preference on the Manila clam was introduced in France in 1970.Anatomy of the ClamAnatomy of the Clam ; The first parks were established vénéricoles from 1879 and the large deployment is on the traict Croisic in 1883. Shell fragile, professionals carry their preference on the Manila clam was introduced in France in 1970.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Abalone with its identification tag ; Wild abalone, deep-sea fishing. Fishing exclusively professional. One of the pores is crossed by a ligament a ring bearer identification of the fisherman. The wild abalone fishing should be at minimum 90 mm. Its fishing is allowed only from 30/09 to 01/05. Abalone with its identification tagAbalone with its identification tag ; Wild abalone, deep-sea fishing. Fishing exclusively professional. One of the pores is crossed by a ligament a ring bearer identification of the fisherman. The wild abalone fishing should be at minimum 90 mm. Its fishing is allowed only from 30/09 to 01/05. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Head of the Ormeau with ocelli and tentacles touch  ; On the back of the shell's pores allowing the flow of water and move its tentacles touch.Head of the Ormeau with ocelli and tentacles touch Head of the Ormeau with ocelli and tentacles touch  ; On the back of the shell's pores allowing the flow of water and move its tentacles touch.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Head of the Ormeau with ocelli and tentacles touch  ; On the back of the shell's pores allowing the flow of water and move its tentacles touch.Head of the Ormeau with ocelli and tentacles touch Head of the Ormeau with ocelli and tentacles touch  ; On the back of the shell's pores allowing the flow of water and move its tentacles touch.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Abalone female and its gonads under its foot ; The animal is returned, under his foot appears gonad containing the genital products.<br>The gonad is the green of the female. The male is cream color.Abalone female and its gonads under its footAbalone female and its gonads under its foot ; The animal is returned, under his foot appears gonad containing the genital products.
The gonad is the green of the female. The male is cream color.
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Abalone and pearl shell  ; Inner shell and pearl colored exceptional. Abalone and pearl shell Abalone and pearl shell  ; Inner shell and pearl colored exceptional. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Abalone and pearl shell  ; Inner shell and pearl colored

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Abalone and pearl shell  ; Inner shell and pearl colored exceptional. Abalone and pearl shell Abalone and pearl shell  ; Inner shell and pearl colored exceptional. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Abalone and pearl shell  ; Inner shell and pearl colored

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Spat a month Ormeaux ; Breeding from a hatchery spat. The wild species and indigenous is subject to strict regulationsSpat a month OrmeauxSpat a month Ormeaux ; Breeding from a hatchery spat. The wild species and indigenous is subject to strict regulations© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spat a month Ormeaux ; Breeding from a hatchery spat. The wild

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Abalone female and its gonads under its foot ; The animal is returned, under his foot appears gonad containing the genital products.<br>The gonad is the green of the female. The male is cream color.Abalone female and its gonads under its footAbalone female and its gonads under its foot ; The animal is returned, under his foot appears gonad containing the genital products.
The gonad is the green of the female. The male is cream color.
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Abalone female and its gonads under its foot ; The animal is

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Abalone female and its gonads under its foot ; The animal is returned, under his foot appears gonad containing the genital products.<br>The gonad is the green of the female. The male is cream color.Abalone female and its gonads under its footAbalone female and its gonads under its foot ; The animal is returned, under his foot appears gonad containing the genital products.
The gonad is the green of the female. The male is cream color.
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Abalone in the studio on a white background ; Back of the shell and the pores allowing the flow of water and move its tentacles touch. Abalone in the studio on a white backgroundAbalone in the studio on a white background ; Back of the shell and the pores allowing the flow of water and move its tentacles touch. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Abalone in the studio on a white background ; Back of the shell

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Abalone in the studio on a white background  ; Back of the shell which extends up and reveals its tentacles touch. Abalone in the studio on a white background Abalone in the studio on a white background  ; Back of the shell which extends up and reveals its tentacles touch. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Abalone in the studio on a white background  ; Back of the shell

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Reproduction of a blue mussel ; This shell has a reproductive system with separate sexes: male or female. Ejaculation gametes is done by exhaling siphon near the fringe of the mantle. Fertilization occurs in the marine environment.Reproduction of a blue musselReproduction of a blue mussel ; This shell has a reproductive system with separate sexes: male or female. Ejaculation gametes is done by exhaling siphon near the fringe of the mantle. Fertilization occurs in the marine environment.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Reproduction of a blue mussel ; This shell has a reproductive

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Detail of a blue mussel ; Fringe of his cloak and inhalant siphon active swallowed. Detail of a blue musselDetail of a blue mussel ; Fringe of his cloak and inhalant siphon active swallowed. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Detail of a blue mussel ; Fringe of his cloak and inhalant siphon

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Filaments and adhesive discs of a byssus of mussel ; Its mounting system is on a particular Sustrate this shell that develops multiple filaments grouped skein, the byssus. The end of each strand ends with a sort of disk made of a very strong glue peeling. Synthesized, the glue is used by NASA. Filaments and adhesive discs of a byssus of musselFilaments and adhesive discs of a byssus of mussel ; Its mounting system is on a particular Sustrate this shell that develops multiple filaments grouped skein, the byssus. The end of each strand ends with a sort of disk made of a very strong glue peeling. Synthesized, the glue is used by NASA. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Filaments and adhesive discs of a byssus of mussel ; Its mounting

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Blue mussel and foot extended ; His foot extended search for a solid part to settle there before producing his fine linen and dock securely. Blue mussel and foot extendedBlue mussel and foot extended ; His foot extended search for a solid part to settle there before producing his fine linen and dock securely. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Drawing of an Blue musselDrawing of an Blue musselDrawing of an Blue mussel© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Drawing of an Blue mussel

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Edible mussel ; Its mounting system is on a particular Sustrate this shell that develops multiple filaments grouped skein, the byssus. The end of each strand ends with a sort of disk made of a very strong glue peeling. Edible musselEdible mussel ; Its mounting system is on a particular Sustrate this shell that develops multiple filaments grouped skein, the byssus. The end of each strand ends with a sort of disk made of a very strong glue peeling. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Edible mussel ; Its mounting system is on a particular Sustrate

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Studio flat oyster  ; The native oyster is the strain grown on the European coast Studio flat oyster Studio flat oyster  ; The native oyster is the strain grown on the European coast © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Pacific Oysters ; Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. The spat comes from marine capture on limed tiles, or grown in hatcheries with the capture of larvae (or eyed) is on the broken shells so they do not clump together. This is followed by selection and calibration. The seed is sold to the size of 12 to 15 mm.Pacific OystersPacific Oysters ; Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. The spat comes from marine capture on limed tiles, or grown in hatcheries with the capture of larvae (or eyed) is on the broken shells so they do not clump together. This is followed by selection and calibration. The seed is sold to the size of 12 to 15 mm.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Pacific Oysters ; Non-native oyster original Japanese, is

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Pacific Oysters on white in studioPacific Oysters on white in studioPacific Oysters on white in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Pacific Oysters on white in studio

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Edible oyster in white background in studio  ; The native oyster is the strain grown on the shores of Europe. Edible oyster in white background in studio Edible oyster in white background in studio  ; The native oyster is the strain grown on the shores of Europe. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Edible oyster in white background in studio  ; The native oyster

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Oyster in studio ; Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. This oyster whose flesh has an aspect of green color is the result of a maturing in light microscopic algae responsible for a blue pigment, the marennine produced by a diatom (Navicula Navicula fusiformis or ostrearia) ingested by the gills Thus, the navicula blue light yellow and blood of the oyster that gives natural color, light green to dark green. Oyster in studioOyster in studio ; Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. This oyster whose flesh has an aspect of green color is the result of a maturing in light microscopic algae responsible for a blue pigment, the marennine produced by a diatom (Navicula Navicula fusiformis or ostrearia) ingested by the gills Thus, the navicula blue light yellow and blood of the oyster that gives natural color, light green to dark green. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Oyster spawning phase ; The oyster is male or female. The genital products (eggs or sperm) are contained in a pouch called gonad. Fertilization occurs in the marine environment. Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. It is an invasive oyster, it covers more than 98% of French production. France is the European leader. Oyster spawning phaseOyster spawning phase ; The oyster is male or female. The genital products (eggs or sperm) are contained in a pouch called gonad. Fertilization occurs in the marine environment. Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. It is an invasive oyster, it covers more than 98% of French production. France is the European leader. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Oyster spawning phase ; The oyster is male or female. The genital

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Oysters in the studio on a white background ; Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. It is an invasive oyster, it covers more than 98% of French production.<br>France is the European leader.Oysters in the studio on a white backgroundOysters in the studio on a white background ; Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. It is an invasive oyster, it covers more than 98% of French production.
France is the European leader.
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Oysters in the studio on a white background ; Non-native oyster

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Oysters in the studio on a white background ; Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. It is an invasive oyster, it covers more than 98% of French production.<br>France is the European leader.Oysters in the studio on a white backgroundOysters in the studio on a white background ; Non-native oyster original Japanese, is introduced in France from 1966. It is an invasive oyster, it covers more than 98% of French production.
France is the European leader.
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Oysters in the studio on a white background ; Non-native oyster

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Wedge shells in studioWedge shells in studioWedge shells in studio© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Wedge shells in studio

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Wedge shells

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Wedge shells in studio

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Wedge shells in studio ; This shell burrowing has the ability to bury themselves in sandy areas on the edge of breaking waves along the beach. Mother of pearl shells varies from creamy white to purple.Wedge shells in studioWedge shells in studio ; This shell burrowing has the ability to bury themselves in sandy areas on the edge of breaking waves along the beach. Mother of pearl shells varies from creamy white to purple.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Wedge shells in studio ; This shell burrowing has the ability to

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Wedge shell in studio ; This shell burrowing has the ability to bury themselves in sandy areas on the edge of breaking waves along the beach. Mother of pearl shells varies from creamy white to purple.Wedge shell in studioWedge shell in studio ; This shell burrowing has the ability to bury themselves in sandy areas on the edge of breaking waves along the beach. Mother of pearl shells varies from creamy white to purple.© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Wedge shell in studio ; This shell burrowing has the ability to

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Crepidula fornicata coupling ; Sex appears extended, coupled in the vaginal orifice of the female in the foreground. We distinguish between gill filaments composed ofCrepidula fornicata couplingCrepidula fornicata coupling ; Sex appears extended, coupled in the vaginal orifice of the female in the foreground. We distinguish between gill filaments composed of© Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Common atlantic slippersnail in studio ; The slipper limpet is a protandrous hermaphrodite, sequentially. All individuals are males from birth to sexual maturity, taking the age, penis atrophies, the individual becomes a female and is positioned at the base of the stack. Common atlantic slippersnail in studioCommon atlantic slippersnail in studio ; The slipper limpet is a protandrous hermaphrodite, sequentially. All individuals are males from birth to sexual maturity, taking the age, penis atrophies, the individual becomes a female and is positioned at the base of the stack. © Christian Vidal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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