Freshwater mussels are large, brown-black bivalved molluscs that live on the bottom of streams and lakes, sometimes in dense beds containing thousands of shells.
\nCucumerunio novaehollandiae and Alathyria profuga
\nAlthough similar in appearance to marine mussels, the two groups have been separated for at least 200 million years and have very different biology.
\nNSW has 8 species of freshwater mussels that live in coastal streams.
\nThese Mussels has been purchased from an Australian Supplier who breeds these Mussels.
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