Clams and other bivalves typically have:

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a.an operculum

b. book lungs

c. dermal gills

d. swim bladder 

e. gills adapted for trapping food

Apr 25th, 2015

Clams and other bivalves have gills that are specially adapted for trapping food.  Their gills are dual purpose - both for breathing and feeding.  So the correct answer here is e. gills adapted for trapping food.

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