Bay Scallop Argopecten irradians
Bay scallops are found from Nova Scotia to the Texas and can be
categorized into several subspecies. Bay scallops found in Florida
usually have 17-21 ribs and are found in seagrass beds. Most
animals have one mottled gray-brown shell (the top shell may have
3-5 rays as in the photo) and one white shell, while the orange
variety is less abundant.
Image Credit: FWC