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A Clam Addiction Developing


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    CalmSeasQuest - Reefkeeper
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    Default A Clam Addiction Developing

    The Z & Ps in my DT haven't been thriving, I believe due in part to too much light from my AI LEDS. As a result, I've decided to relegate many of them back to the frag tank, freeing up space for more clams that will happily bask in the LED glow

    These two already reside in the display tank...

    Clam Crocea - A Clam Addiction Developing
    Blue Crocea

    Clam Sm - A Clam Addiction Developing
    Blue Maxima


    These are being delivered on Tuesday...

    ClamSolomonIslandsDerasa - A Clam Addiction Developing
    Soloman Islands Derasa

    ClamMaximaORAGreenFirstGrade - A Clam Addiction Developing
    ORA First Grade Green Maxima

    AA Clams - A Clam Addiction Developing
    Blue and Gold Maximas

    Time to crank up to 2-part dosing

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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Clams are awsome!!!! I am leary right now due to my angel fish load but might try one
    anacroporamademepoora
    --Lifetime member of the "No Mud Club".:

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    lemonyx - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    those are some nice clams - here's a pix of ours not fancy but still our clams
    clams - A Clam Addiction Developing

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    Crow - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    i am a huge clam freak! I hope to have tons in my 300.

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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Default clams are my favorite!

    Nice incoming clams!

    That's not how the blue crocea looks all the time is it?

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    CalmSeasQuest - Reefkeeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom@HaslettMI View Post
    Nice incoming clams!

    That's not how the blue crocea looks all the time is it?
    Thanks Tom - No, as I recall, the Crocea had just partially closed as the top-down camera box blocked the light from above. I did pull them both to make sure there were no Pyramids - I found some Vermetid snails hidden below the mantle on the Crocea that were likely an irritant.

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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    good to hear. Top-down shots of clams certainly can be tricky... too much movement or shadow and they get camera shy.

    Please post pics once the new arrivals settle in.

    Tom

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