Tridacnid Clams

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Nov 20, 2003
St. Louis, MO
Troubles with Tridacnids: A Look at Two Common Problems by James Fatherree, M.Sc.

Identifying the Tridacnid Clams by James Fatherree, M.Sc.

A Brief Guide to the Selection and Placement of Tridacnid Clams by Barry Neigut

Sample Chapter of Clams from Calfo & Fenner's "Reef Invertebrates"

Archive of Aquarium Frontiers Articles 'On the Half Shell' by Daniel Knop

Clam Selection Tips

Tridacna crocea — Pearls of the Reef by Daniel Knop

Cunning and Malicious: Parasites
and Predators of Giant Clams
by Daniel Knop

Fish “Bullies” in the Giant Clam Tank
by Daniel Knop

Gamete Release by Giant Clams in Aquaria by Daniel Knop

Placing Giant Clams in the Reef Tank by Daniel Knop

How to Choose Healthy Giant Clams at the Aquarium Store by Daniel Knop

Reef Tank Design for Giant Clam Lovers by Daniel Knop

What’s in a Shape — Variations in tridacnid shell formation by Daniel Knop

The Wonderful Color Patterns of Tridacna squamosa by Daniel Knop

Tridacna maxima — Widespread and Hardy by Daniel Knop

Tridacna gigas -- Gruesome Monster or Harmless Tank Inhabitant? by Daniel Knop

Tridacna derasa (Roeding 1819) — Beautifully Colored and Quite Hardy by Daniel Knop

Spawning, Development, and Acquisition of Zooxanthellae by Tridacna squamosa

Other Bivalve Information

Reproductive cycle of the bivalve Lima scabra (Pterioida: Limidae) and its association with environmental conditions

Green-Lipped Mussels by Rob Toonen, Ph.D.

Flame Scallops by Rob Toonen, Ph.D.

Lagoon Farming of Giant Clams

Got Tridacna? by Laurie Smith

A Close-up Look at Tridacna crocea by James Fatherree
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