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    Clam for a biocube

    Thinking of getting a clam for my 29 biocube what would be a good choice?

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    I don't know, as in the get big and require 'better' lighting. If you do end up with one, you may have to consider selling as it gets close to overtaking all your space.
    Stock lighting on the cube? PC or LED?
    (also, I'm mostly posting because I think those questions will be asked by someone more knowledgeable.. still looking to get my first clam, so I'm just hoping to get them out of the way for you before someone smarter than me asks them )
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    Should have mentioned I have a radion over it. Tank has been going for 2 years with now problems.
    Just tested water today
    Alk 3.8mql
    Cal 420
    Mg 1350

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    Tridacna Crocea would be perfect! Max size is about 6-8" I've had mine in my 26g under T5HO's for almost 3yrs



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