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Old 09/09/2018, 07:21 AM   #1
Wandering
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Long term survival of <1.25" Maxima Clams

What has been your experience with the very small Maxima clams? Budget friendly compared to larger sizes, but at what cost?

After seeing a sale at LiveAquaria, I am wondering what is the general long term survival rate of "baby" clams, and whether anyone here has grown one from under that size to a healthy ~3" specimen?

(I have two healthy clams already, but both were purchased at about 3" shell length)


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