What is a sea scallop?

Answer Sea scallops are ocean filter feeders that are caught by dredging. They are used in many seafood recipes and are a common menu item at seafood restaurants.LocationSea scallops are found in the nort... Read More »

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What is the scientific name of a scallop?

The Atlantic sea scallop has the scientific name of Placopecten magellanicus, while the scientific name of the Pacific weathervane scallop is Patinopecten caurinus. Scallops are edible mollusks pos... Read More »

How to Tat a Scallop With Picots?

A simple pattern for making a scallop with picots.

How to Scallop Edge a Lawn?

Scallop edging a lawn serves as a barrier to keep grass from encroaching on other landscaping, as well as improves the aesthetic look of your yard. Scallop edging block can be purchased in a variet... Read More »

What eats rock scallop?

According to the Species and Habitat Outlines, rock scallops are mostly eaten by "sea stars and shell borers." Humans are not a particular threat to rock scallops "due to low abundance and difficul... Read More »