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Baby Clams

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Any thoughts on using other tanks sumps for clam storage? Dont want to overload any one system with 100 clams.

BTW - no copper or phosphates in other saltwater systems.
 


Colin

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no prob.. but watch for an ammonia spike if you add all at once :smile:
 

Colin

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no prob.. but watch for an ammonia spike if you add all at once :smile:

actually worth checking they are all still alive at least every few days.. use the nose test LOLO
 
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Thanks Colin.

Did not see a prob but thought I would check.

The spike is what I am concerned of and is why I would be using my other tanks to help divy up the load.

I let my wife do all the nose test stuff. LOL
 

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