Discussion in 'Clams' started by Moby Duck, Jul 11, 2012.
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Make sure its over 2 inches.
I couldn't keep my clams in the rockwork, so after 2 jumps, I decided to leave them in the sandbed, fearing injury after another evil knieval maneuver, so there they stay, and have been happy.
I found the clam kit I was talking about, does anyone have any thoughts on this
I used a bigger clam shell and mine has never moved just turned a bit but happy as ever. Its foot holds on and it does not try to move.
And good dinner before hand.
I think they are cool. There are some concerns on that kit of what they use in the ceramics but thrive imo is a very quality company and there stuff rocks. I would have their kits for clams if my lfs sold them.
I think that's the route I'm gonna go, it just seems the safest to me. How long does it take a clam to attach??
In mine with the big shell I got from publix no lie I put him on it and it never moved checked like maybe two hours after I picked up shell and he was at home. Month later its still there the way I put it and is even growing a bright new shiny layer of shell
Heres a pic of my Tridacna. Under 4 t5's in a 90 gallon tank on the sandbed for almost 2 years.
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