The Secret World of Geoduck Clam Larvae

Science Cafe: Geoduck Clam Larvae
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The Secret World of Geoduck Clam Larvae

The Secret World of Geoduck Clam Larvae
February 2013 in Tacoma

Most marine animals, including geoduck clams, release tiny larvae that can float for months in the sea to colonize new faraway places. These larvae have a variety of bizarre and intriguing adaptations that allow at least a few of them to survive, find a place to settle down, and create a new generation. At the February Tacoma Science Café, join UW Tacoma’s Bonnie Becker, Ph.D., to explore the intriguing world of these larvae.

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