Corrugata is a mollusk species living in salt and brackish water slightly looks like clam but bigger. It has rough, white shell, and live under the sand, from the South of the North.
Under water, Corrugata is tempting to poke the big and long tentacles to breathe and get food. If the water surface has more big waves, Corrugata will quickly get down the mud to escape. In the dry season, the fishermen often have to wade very deep under the mud to catch Corrugata. I used to eat Corrugata of Central, South, and North of Vietnam and found that nowhere to eat Corrugata as delicious as in Bach Dang River, the border between Quang Ninh province and Hai Phong city. Are you Interested Ninh Binh Tour? Click here