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[[Image:fawnsfoot.GIF|left|thumb|250px|]]FAWNSFOOT. Found in large rivers or the lower reaches of medium-sized rivers in sand or gravel, the fawnsfoot has historically been widespread and very common. By 2000 the numbers of the species were considered lower. It may be overlooked because of its small size, 1.25-1.75 inches.
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[[Image:fawnsfoot.GIF|left|thumb|250px|]]FAWNSFOOT. Found in large rivers or the lower reaches of medium-sized rivers in sand or gravel, the fawnsfoot has historically been widespread and very common.  
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By 2000 the numbers of the species were considered lower. It may be overlooked because of its small size, 1.25-1.75 inches.
  
 
[[Category: Mussels]]
 
[[Category: Mussels]]

Latest revision as of 12:46, 7 December 2018

Fawnsfoot.GIF
FAWNSFOOT. Found in large rivers or the lower reaches of medium-sized rivers in sand or gravel, the fawnsfoot has historically been widespread and very common.

By 2000 the numbers of the species were considered lower. It may be overlooked because of its small size, 1.25-1.75 inches.