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Reef Clams

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Maxima Clam Blue/Turquoise, Aquacultured
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $49.99
…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…
Maxima Clam Blue, Aquacultured
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $39.99
…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…
Maxima Clam Colored, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $59.99
…existing reef aquarium lighting in a similar manner to newly introduced stony and soft corals. When adapting a new Maxima Clam to very intense lighting, it is ideal to set them on a small rock or in a plastic dish with coarse substrate at the bottom of the aquarium. Over time, the clam can then be…
Derasa Clam, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna Derasa)
Starting at $59.99
…aquacultured Tridacna derasa Clam is also referred to as the Southern Giant Clam or Smooth Giant Clam, and is the second largest of all the Tridacna spp., reaching a size of 24" in the wild. Unlike most other Tridacna spp. that have a large byssal opening, Derasa Clams have a narrow gap on the…
Hippopus Clam, Aquacultured
(Hippopus hippopus)
Starting at $39.99
…other clams within the Tridacnidae family. These are relatively fast growing clams that process a lot of water for their size which helps in controlling nutrients in a reef aquarium. A well-established reef aquarium with moderately high lighting is ideal for the Hippopus Clam. These clams prefer…
Squamosa Clam, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna squamosa)
Starting at $69.99
The ORA® aquacultured Squamosa Clam is also referred to as the Scaled Clam. Its species name squamosa is the Latin word for scale. The numerous rows of large scales over its entire shell are often used as shelter by other organisms, such as small crabs, other clams, and other invertebrates. The…
Babylon Snail (Build Your Own Kit)
(Babylonia sp.)
Starting at $6
…contain sandy substrate and have never observed this behavior first hand. They will however prey on bivalves such as small clams so avoid this snail if housing Tridacna spp clams in the home aquarium. Babylon Snails are scavenging omnivores, and will uneaten food, decaying organics and detritus.…
Squamosa Clam, Aquacultured
(Tridacna squamosa)
Starting at $49.99
…existing reef aquarium lighting in a similar manner to newly introduced stony and soft corals. When adapting a new Squamosa Clam to very intense lighting, it is ideal to set them on a small rock or in a plastic dish with coarse substrate at the bottom of the aquarium. Over time, the clam can then be…
Maxima Clam Multicolored, Aquacultured
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $89.99
…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 $159.99
…large byssal muscle, giving the clam the common name "boring clam." This burrowing behavior helps to protect it from predators such as sea stars, along with Angelfishes, Butterflyfishes, and other reef dwelling species that consume bivalves. In the wild, the Crocea Clams often live together in great…
AlgaGen ReefPods
(Assorted species)
Starting at $15.49
…will enter the water column as food for your filter feeding reef inhabitants and replenish the adult population vital to tank hygiene. Tisbe adults and juveniles may also enter the water column and be tasty and nutritious treats for your reef fish! Great food for:DragonettesPipefishSeahorses (fry) …
Derasa Clam, Aquacultured
(Tridacna derasa)
Starting at $39.99
…time, the clam can then be slowly moved up higher in the aquarium. When maintained in the proper environment, smaller Derasa Clams can double or triple their size in less than a year. Tridacna clams are also filter feeders and constantly filter the water for small particulates. Derasa Clams larger…
Flame Scallop
(Lima scabra)
Starting at $8.99
The Red Flame Scallop, also called the Flame Scallop or Red File Shell Clam, has a bright red mantel with red or white tentacles. The shell of the various Flame Scallops is covered with fine bumps, making it feel like a file.The Red Flame Scallop builds a small nest of small rocks and pieces of…
Orange Sea Star
(Echinaster sp.)
Starting at $29.99
…It moves over the surface, eating the small microbes and other bits of common detritus. A larger specimen could be harmful to clams, sponges, and small anemones in the reef aquarium. The Orange Sea Star is very intolerant of sudden changes in oxygen levels, salinity and pH of the water, and cannot…
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…
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