BIOTIC Species Information for Palliolum striatum
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Researched byLizzie Tyler Data supplied byUniversity of Sheffield
Refereed byThis information is not refereed.
Taxonomy
Scientific namePalliolum striatum Common nameStriate scallop
MCS Code Recent Synonyms

PhylumMollusca Subphylum
Superclass ClassBivalvia
Subclass OrderOstreoida
Suborder FamilyPectinidae
GenusPalliolum Speciesstriatum
Subspecies   

Additional Information
Taxonomy References
General Biology
Growth form Feeding method
Mobility/Movement Environmental position
Typical food types Habit
Bioturbator Flexibility
Fragility SizeSmall(1-2cm)
Height Growth Rate
Adult dispersal potential Dependency
Sociability
Toxic/Poisonous?No
General Biology Additional Information
Biology References
Distribution and Habitat
Distribution in Britain & Ireland
Global distribution
Biogeographic range Depth range
Migratory   
Distribution Additional Information

Substratum preferences Physiographic preferences
Biological zone Wave exposure
Tidal stream strength/Water flow Salinity
Habitat Preferences Additional Information
Distribution References Hayward & Ryland, 1990,
Reproduction/Life History
Reproductive type Developmental mechanism
Reproductive Season Reproductive Location
Reproductive frequency Regeneration potential No
Life span Age at reproductive maturity
Generation time Fecundity
Egg/propagule size Fertilization type
Larvae/Juveniles
Larval/Juvenile dispersal potential Larval settlement period
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Reproduction Preferences Additional Information
Reproduction References
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