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Junior Member
Posts: 1
Registered: May 2014

Golden Clam or the Good Luck Clam


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0 1385 Thu May 8, 2014


Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
$24.00 None Excellent


For sale are freshwater clams 20 clams for $24 for your fish tank or pond. These clams are commonly known as the Golden Clam or the Good Luck Clam but technically, they are of the Corbicula fluminea species. They feed primarily on algae by filtering it from the gravel at the bottom of the tank. These clams range in size from 1-5 cm and live up to 5 years.

These clams make a great addition to any freshwater fish tank as they help to keep algae down and the water clean and clear. They are fun to watch when they dig with their large foot as they filter water through their siphons. Adding these clams to your aquarium helps extend your filter life by keeping algae growth down. You don't see these clams in aquarium stores so grab some for your tank now.

Must Pick up in Philadelphia Suburb. These are hand raised and very healthy. I may consider shipping and will pack the way you want me to. My email is
Keywords: Fresh Water Clams 24 Dollar for 20



Senior Member

Registered: December 2012
Location: Europe
Posts: 4226
Comment Date: Wed June 4, 2014
These clams often die quickly and unnoticed leadign to ammonia spikes. They are crtainly far from ideal for any aquarium because of their digging.

My 33 gallon/125 liter tank. My photography on flickr.
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