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    Nov 2005
    White Hall Maryland
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    Default 2 dead clams

    Thursday 3/22 I put a small aneneome in the tank and had problems with him drifting all over the place.(actually still am) Saturday one of my maxima clams was dead and the shell completely empty, Monday the same thing on a small green maxima. I have one 3" clam left and he seems unaffected does any one know if the anenome could have stung the clams and killed them or is it more likely a parasite bacteria etc ? Thanks Andy

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    hummer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Nov 2006
    seneca ,IL


    aw... sorry man i feel for you.... hope some one can help
    :: hummer :nemo

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    i know how u feel......


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