Gould's razor shell

Gould's razor shell (Solen strictus) is a bivalve mollusc of the family Solenidae. It is common in Japan in sandy coastal zones of the western, southern and northeastern coasts, and also in South Korea, China and Taiwan. It lives on the sandy littoral zone, preferring the depth of about 20–50 cm.

Gould's razor shell
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Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Bivalvia
Subclass: Heterodonta
Order: Adapedonta
Family: Solenidae
Genus: Solen
Species:
S. strictus
Binomial name
Solen strictus
Gould, 1861
Synonyms
  • Solen gouldi Conrad, 1868
  • Solen gracilis Gould, 1861
  • Solen gracilis Philippi, 1847
  • Solen incertus Clessin, 1888
  • Solen pechiliensis Grabau & King, 1928
  • Solen xishana Bernard, Cai & Morton, 1993

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