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Old 11-29-2007, 10:18 PM   #1
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clam??

Cam a clam come out of nowhere?

Over the last few months, I noticed an object on my rock, sometimes it would be open, most of the times it is not. It has the shape of a clam, but is completely covered with the same growth as my live rock.
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It could be a turkey Wing clam that came in on your LR, can you get a pic?
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take a look, it is in the center of the picture, it is open a bit.
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Yup, it does look like a hitch hiker clam, congrats!
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Those are quite common. They show up in different areas of my tank quite often.
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awesome.
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oO, that's great! I guess I'll cross my fingers and hope for a few of my own.
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