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Sulphide 'mining' by lucinid bivalve molluscs: demonstrated by stable sulphur isotope measurements and experimental models
Marine Ecology Progress Series
A profile of the isotopic composition 634S, of elemental sulphur, acid-lablle sulphide, chromous-reducible sulphide and dissolved sulphate was recorded from 30 cm long cores taken from a sandy sedlrnent at the low water mark at Mlll Bay, a beach near the mouth of the Salcombe Estuary SW England The sediment is inhabited by the bivalve mollusc Luanoma boreahs, which has concentrations of elemental sulphur within endosymbiotic sulphur-oxidising bactena in the gills Sulphur from the g~l l s wasdoi:10.3354/meps107169 fatcat:xnk5fyozaral5oqhw3aqhqku4i