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The Freshwater Asian Gold Clam offers a great choice for hobbyists seeking the unusual. This ornamental species introduces a delightful golden coloration to the aquarium and the opportunity to observe unusual and entertaining behavior. Unlike many freshwater bivalves, that completely bury themselves in the substrate, the Freshwater Asian Gold Clam prefers to remain only partially buried. As a result, the Freshwater Asian Gold Clam is much easier to observe and appreciate. Interestingly, the Freshwater Asian Gold Clam is often quite active at night when you may be able to witness it using its "foot" to lumber across the aquarium bottom. The Freshwater Asian Gold Clam is a filter feeder that can help keep aquarium water clear and clean.
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Asian Gold Clam: Care, Feeding, Size, Tank Mates - Video
The "Golden Clam" Corbicula fulminea. By Justin Pierce. There has recently been a surge in both interest and availability in the aquarium trade of a small freshwater clam, Corbicula fulminea. I thought I would write this article to help paint a clearer picture about how it functions, how to care for it, and its overlooked threat to the natural environment through intentional or unintentional release from captivity. This clam goes by a number of common names.
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Asian Gold Clam: Care, Feeding, Size, Tank Mates – Video
Corbicula fluminea is a species of freshwater clam native to eastern Asia which has become a successful invasive species throughout North America, South America, and Europe. In Southeast Asia, C. Corbicula have had global success as an aquatic invasive species , having been introduced to a novel range including South America ,  North America and Europe. Human industrial activity, such as transport of larvae via ballast water in container ships, has been noted in the literature as a chief invasion vector.
The section is now dynamically updated from the NAS database to ensure that it contains the most current and accurate information. Occurrences are summarized in Table 1, alphabetically by state, with years of earliest and most recent observations, and the tally and names of drainages where the species was observed. The table contains hyperlinks to collections tables of specimens based on the states, years, and drainages selected.