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Fresh Water Clams??

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by eng_mast_2, Jul 21, 2004.

  1. eng_mast_2

    eng_mast_2 New Member

    i saw some and i was wondering if they would be hard to take care of... or... anything...
  2. needlefish

    needlefish New Member

    well u just put them and they live on there own. go to ,liveaquaria.com FW inverts clams
  3. grnlemonade

    grnlemonade New Member

    i ahve kept a few and they live a long time and actually help you by cleaning out some nitrates and nitrites (not all). one tip for you is not to keep them with aggresive cichlids, as they always found away to get into their shells and eat them. goodluck with them if you are going to purchase some.
  4. eng_mast_2

    eng_mast_2 New Member

    oh well thanks... im going to ask my mom if she would want to get some... i think they sound pretty cool THANKS!!!
  5. Obelix

    Obelix New Member

    Just be sure if you buy them that they dont have any large chips in their shell otherwise they can be easily eaten by more aggressive fish.
  6. 2nafish

    2nafish New Member

    what about wu-tang clams ??????? u ever see that?
  7. Fish Addict

    Fish Addict New Member

    well that was a waste of a post but nice play on words i guess....
  8. bloodpain

    bloodpain New Member

    I've never seen freshwater clams in my LFS.

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