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Broken Quahog Shells (lb)
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Product of USA Item #: 1080-Bxxx -

These are broken shells. The quahog (or quahaug) is native to the eastern shores of North America. There are specialist names for different sizes of this species of clam. The smallest clams are called countnecks, next size up are littlenecks, then topnecks. Above that are the cherry stones, and the largest are called quahogs or chowder clams. The shells have been shucked and cleaned in cold water. Each whole shell is approximately 4" long and 3" to 3.5" wide.This species is not endangered. The...

Broken Quahog Shells: Slightly Chipped
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Product of USA Item #: 1080-B1 (11U) -

The quahog (or quahaug) is native to the eastern shores of North America. There are specialist names for different sizes of this species of clam. The smallest clams are called countnecks, next size up are littlenecks, then topnecks. Above that are the cherry stones, and the largest are called quahogs or chowder clams. The shells have been shucked and cleaned in cold water. Each shell is approximately 4" long and 3" to 3.5" wide.

Mahogany Clam Shell
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Item #: 1088-AS (Unit 11) -

These ocean quahog shells are brown with no purple on the inside. They are from the North Atlantic. Also called Icelandic cyprine, mahogany clam, mahogany quahog, black quahog, and black clam shells.There are specialist names for different sizes of this species of clam. The smallest clams are called countnecks, next size up are littlenecks, then topnecks. Above that are the cherry stones, and the largest are called quahogs or chowder clams. The shells have been shucked and cleaned in cold...

Quahog Shell
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Product of USA Item #: 1080-AS (C4E) -

The quahog (or quahaug) is native to the eastern shores of North America. There are specialist names for different sizes of this species of clam. The smallest clams are called countnecks, next size up are littlenecks, then topnecks. Above that are the cherry stones, and the largest are called quahogs or chowder clams. The shells have been shucked and cleaned in cold water. Each shell is approximately 4" to 4.5" long and 3" to 3.5" wide. Each shell weighs approximately 129 grams.This species is...