Lets see those clam pic's! Clams that you have, had, or even photographed.

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I’m glad this came up, lol. I have some sort of grey/white sponge growing on my clam’s shell. I’ll remove it :)
Good idea. I'm a fan of sponge but nothing on the clam shells. Pretty rare but there's even sponge that can bore into a clams shell, crazy. I've never seen it personally though.
 
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That's it man, occasional scrubs to rid the shell of algae, detritus, ect. Careful around the byssal opening;)
Good idea. I'm a fan of sponge but nothing on the clam shells. Pretty rare but there's even sponge that can bore into a clams shell, crazy. I've never seen it personally though.
Crazy, never knew a sponge can bore into clam shell [emoji50]

I will be taking mine out and giving them a scrub for sure..

I’ve even used 3% h2o2 on the shell DISCLAIMER * with every caution not to let any liquid to enter the clam on its mantle or byssal.

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My Derasa I’ve had for around 3 years, it's had a tremendous recent growth spurt and was recently transferred from my 14 gallon Biocube to the It’s current home.

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