|External view of a shell of the Atlantic surf clam|
The Atlantic surf clam, known locally as the "surf clam", scientific name Spisula solida, is a medium-sized marine clam or bivalve mollusc. Up to 5 centimetres (2.0 in) long, like many clams it is a sediment-burrowing filter feeder.
The shell of the surf clam is the main ingredient in the Japanese food wash-solution Surfcera (or Anshin Yasai 安心やさい).
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