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A collection of transluscent golden yellow Jingle shells has been arranged o fill the camera's rectangular view on a light box. In some areas, where there is more dark sediment in the water, they are a dark sliver color, nd some are orange. Some people call them "baby's feet" for the pattern on top near the hinge. A live animal lives its life attached to a rock or other substrate by strong byssal threads from a hole in it's base valve or shell. Like muscles, they are filter feeders.
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- Janet MacCausland
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- Shells in Still Life