Ostrea edulis

Den er veldig ettertraktet i Europa. Senere trakk de seg tilbake, og er blitt mye sjeldnere. Editio decima, reformata. Laurentius Salvius: Holmiae. The irregular shell has a distinct hooked beak, patterned with delicate foliation.

The two halves (valves) of the shell are different shapes subcircular to circular and inequivalve.

Left shell is deeply concave and fixed to the . Rike, Dyreriket (Animalia). Rekke, Bløtdyr (Mollusca). Klasse, Muslinger (Bivalvia ). Underklasse, Pteriomorpha. Familie, Østers (Ostreidae).

Learn more about the Native oyster – with amazing Native oyster photos and facts on Arkive. The left valve is concave and fixed to the substratum, the right being flat and sitting inside the left.

The shell is off-white, yellowish or cream in colour with light . The Convention for the Protection of the. Marine Environment of the North-East Atlantic. It has been introduced to the northwestern Atlantic Ocean for aquaculture. Skalform variabel men med rundad omkrets och vanligen något högre än bred. Skalhalvor olika med det undre, vänstra skalet kupat och det övre, högra skalet platt.

Länsvis förekomst för europeiskt ostron Observationer i Sverige för europeiskt ostron. Several trials of acclimatising exotic species of flat oysters have experimentally shown susceptibility of these species to B. Oysters have been part of the human diet since . Ostrea edulis (the European flat oyster) is native to Europe and the Mediterranean. Biology, ecology and genetics. Norway to Morocco in the North- Eastern Atlantic and in the whole Mediterranean.

Natural populations are also observed in . Typically found in rich estuaries and shallow-waters along the tidal zone, attached to stones, compacted mud or silt, muddy sand or gravel substrate, or on bivalve shell fragments. To improve security and privacy, we are moving our web pages and services from HTTP to HTTPS. From this date, the HTTP traffic will be automatically redirected to HTTPS. Renault T(1), Xue QG, Chilmonczyk S.

Author information: (1)IFREMER, Laboratoire de Génétique et Pathologie, La Tremblade , France. Audemard C(1), Sajus MC, Barnaud A, Sautour B, Sauriau PG, Berthe FJ.