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Gold Clam

19 products
Freshwater Asian Gold Clam
(Pilsbryoconcha exilis)
Starting at $3.49
…bury themselves in the substrate, the Freshwater Asian Gold Clam prefers to remain only partially buried. As a result, the Freshwater Asian Gold Clam is much easier to observe and appreciate. Interestingly, the Freshwater Asian Gold Clam is often quite active at night when you may be able to witness…
Maxima Clam Gold, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $44.99
…Maxima Clam, Gold is also known as the Small Giant Clam and is one of the most widely recognized species of the giant clams. The beauty of its mantle with its rich variety of patterns and vivid colorations makes for a spectacular display in reef aquariums when illuminated properly. Maxima Clams are…
Maxima Clam, Gold
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $99.99
…Maxima Clam is also known as the Small Giant Clam and is one of the most widely recognized species of the giant clams. The beauty of its mantle with its rich variety of patterns and vivid colorations makes for a spectacular display in reef aquariums that are illuminated properly. Maxima Clams are…
Crocea Clam, Aquacultured
(Tridacna crocea)
Starting at $149.99
…the wild, the Crocea Clams often live together in great congregations, and can display a variety of colorations and patterns comprised mostly of purple, green brown, and blue with beige or orange spots. Vibrant blue or green Crocea Clams as well as ones consisting primarily of gold normally demand a…
Maxima Clam Gold, Aquacultured
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $59.99
…Maxima Clam is also known as the Small Giant Clam and is one of the most widely recognized species of the giant clams. The beauty of its mantle with its rich variety of patterns and vivid colorations makes for a spectacular display in reef aquariums that are illuminated properly. Maxima Clams are…
Gold Datnoid
(Datnioides unidecimaradiatus)
Starting at $42.99
…cared for in the home aquarium.Feed the Gold Datnoid a variety of meaty foods. Frozen fish foods such as brine shrimp and bloodworms should be offered to juvenile fish and larger, meatier fare such as silverside or clams are good choices for adult Gold Datnoids. Quality prepared foods such as…
Hippopus Clam, Aquacultured
(Hippopus hippopus)
Starting at $39.99
…or Strawberry Clam. The shell of this clam is very thick with prominent ribs, and has reddish blotches making it easy to differentiate from other clams. The mantle of these clams does not extend past the edge of the shell, and are brownish-green to gray in color with faint gold stripes. The large…
Squamosa Clam, Aquacultured
(Tridacna squamosa)
Starting at $49.99
…live and dead stony corals of the genus Acropora at depths up to 50 feet. All of these clams entering the aquarium trade are cultured in the Central Pacific and South Pacific Ocean, and are primarily gold, brown, and yellow in coloration, occasionally having orange, green, or blue spots. The rarest…
Derasa Clam, Aquacultured
(Tridacna derasa)
Starting at $39.99
…from 10 to 60 feet. All Derasa Clams entering the aquarium trade are cultured in the Central Pacific and South Pacific Ocean. Although they can be found in a variety of colorations and patterns in the wild, the ones aquacultured for the aquarium trade are primarily gold, brown, orange, and yellow,…
Derasa Clam, Thin Bar, Aquacultured
(Tridacna derasa)
Starting at $49.99
…from 10 to 60 feet. All Derasa Clams entering the aquarium trade are cultured in the Central Pacific and South Pacific Ocean. Although they can be found in a variety of colorations and patterns in the wild, the ones aquacultured for the aquarium trade are primarily gold, brown, orange, and yellow,…
Derasa Clam, Tiger Striped, Aquacultured
(Tridacna derasa)
Starting at $59.99
…from 10 to 60 feet. All Derasa Clams entering the aquarium trade are cultured in the Central Pacific and South Pacific Ocean. Although they can be found in a variety of colorations and patterns in the wild, the ones aquacultured for the aquarium trade are primarily gold, brown, orange, and yellow,…
Derasa Clam, Striped with Blue Rim
(Tridacna derasa)
Starting at $69.99
…from 10 to 60 feet. All Derasa Clams entering the aquarium trade are cultured in the Central Pacific and South Pacific Ocean. Although they can be found in a variety of colorations and patterns in the wild, the ones aquacultured for the aquarium trade are primarily gold, brown, orange, and yellow,…
Colored Sailfin Blenny Fiji
(Atrosalarias fuscus)
Starting at $49.99
…similar shape, this fish is an ideal algae eater in the fish only or reef aquarium. In a reef environment it may nip at small-polyped stony corals and clam mantles.The Colored Sailfin Blenny requires a diet of vegetables and herbivore preparations as well as the microalgae growing in the tank.Due to…
Yellowchest Twist Wrasse
(Anampses twistii)
Starting at $39.99
…They are primarily dark blue to purple in coloration with many vibrant bright blue dots. The bottom front half of the fish is bright yellow or gold in coloration which lends to its common name. The Yellowchest Twist Wrasse requires a 120 gallon or larger aquarium with a sandy bottom into which…
Bitterling - Assorted
(Rhodeus sp.)
Starting at $13.99
Bitterlings are carp-like in appearance, and are a great addition to either a backyard pond, or aquarium. Their bodies are generally silver to gold in color, and their dorsal and anal fins are highlighted in white. When mature, they will develope either a pink or blue hue at the base of their caudal…
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