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    Flame Scallop - Cleanup Crew
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    Flame Scallop - Cleanup Crew

    Clean Up Crews

    $29.99
    $25.49
    Flame scallops rest in their own "nests", which are made of small coral pieces and rocks. Flame scallops are herbivorous, eating only phytoplankton. During the consumption process, flame scallops sift and sort through the...
  • Aquacultured Derasa Clam - 2-1/2" (Tridacna Derasa) - ORA

    Aquacultured Derasa Clam - 2-1/2" (Tridacna Derasa) - ORA

    ORA

    $81.99
    Tridacna derasa is known as a “sand” clam. It prefers clear water, and after reaching sexual maturity, it will release the attaching threads and move to a sandy area. They are usually colored with orange/yellow and black stripes and...
  • Aquacultured Derasa Clam - 3-1/2" (Tridacna Derasa) - ORA

    Aquacultured Derasa Clam - 3-1/2" (Tridacna Derasa) - ORA

    ORA

    $119.99
    Tridacna derasa is known as a “sand” clam. It prefers clear water, and after reaching sexual maturity, it will release the attaching threads and move to a sandy area. They are usually colored with orange/yellow and black stripes and...
  • Aquacultured First Grade Crocea Clam 1.25 - 1.5" (Tridacna crocea) - ORA

    Aquacultured First Grade Crocea Clam 1.25 - 1.5" (Tridacna crocea) - ORA

    ORA

    $94.99
    Crocea clams display some of the most dazzling pattern arrays of any of the Tridacna species. Gorgeous combinations of wavy green, aqua and gold. These are the smallest of the giant clams, reaching sizes of 6 inches. Often found burrowed into the rocks...
  • Aquacultured Derasa Clam - 3" (Tridacna Derasa) - ORA

    Aquacultured Derasa Clam - 3" (Tridacna Derasa) - ORA

    ORA

    $109.99
    Tridacna derasa is known as a “sand” clam. It prefers clear water, and after reaching sexual maturity, it will release the attaching threads and move to a sandy area. They are usually colored with orange/yellow and black stripes and...
  • Aquacultured Gold Crocea Clam 1.25 - 1.5" (Tridacna crocea) - ORA

    Aquacultured Gold Crocea Clam 1.25 - 1.5" (Tridacna crocea) - ORA

    ORA

    $59.99
    Crocea clams display some of the most dazzling pattern arrays of any of the Tridacna species. Gorgeous combinations of wavy green, aqua and gold. These are the smallest of the giant clams, reaching sizes of 6 inches. Often found burrowed into the rocks...
  • Aquacultured Ultra Gold Maxima Clam (Tridacna maxima) - ORA

    Aquacultured Ultra Gold Maxima Clam (Tridacna maxima) - ORA

    ORA

    $69.99
    Tridacna maxima has the widest distribution of any Tridacnid species. They are found from the Red Sea, throughout the Indo-Pacific region, to Australia and Polynesia. These clams usually establish themselves in shallow, clear water, in high current...
  • Aquacultured Derasa Clam - 4-1/2" (Tridacna Derasa) - ORA

    Aquacultured Derasa Clam - 4-1/2" (Tridacna Derasa) - ORA

    ORA

    $197.99
    Tridacna derasa is known as a “sand” clam. It prefers clear water, and after reaching sexual maturity, it will release the attaching threads and move to a sandy area. They are usually colored with orange/yellow and black stripes and...
  • Aquacultured Gold Maxima Clam (Tridacna maxima) - ORA

    Aquacultured Gold Maxima Clam (Tridacna maxima) - ORA

    ORA

    $52.99
    Tridacna maxima has the widest distribution of any Tridacnid species. They are found from the Red Sea, throughout the Indo-Pacific region, to Australia and Polynesia. These clams usually establish themselves in shallow, clear water, in high current...
  • Aquacultured Ultra Black & Color Maxima Clam (Tridacna maxima) - ORA

    Aquacultured Ultra Black & Color Maxima Clam (Tridacna maxima) - ORA

    ORA

    $87.99
    Tridacna maxima has the widest distribution of any Tridacnid species. They are found from the Red Sea, throughout the Indo-Pacific region, to Australia and Polynesia. These clams usually establish themselves in shallow, clear water, in high current areas...