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Flame Scallop
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Tank Stats
Size: 1-4 inches
Care Level: Expert
Temperament: Peaceful
Reef Safe: Yes
Diet: Phytoplankton
Origin: Caribbean & Indo-Pacific
Acclimation Time: 2+ Hours
Coral Safe:
Invertebrate Safe:
Minimum Tank Size:

The Flame Scallop is not really a scallop, instead it is a bivalve mollusk, which has the ability to propel itself through the water when threatened. It has a rough shell which is covered by small bumps. The Flame Scallop, which is not photosynthetic, is a filter feeder and requires additional supplements of phytoplankton. It also benefits from the addition of trace elements and calcium, which aids in its growth and development. The Flame Scallop uses small rocks and pieces of coral to make a nest in which it embeds itself. When frightened, it may close its valve, and propels itself through the water. The Flame Scallop can be kept in groups and can tolerate animals which do not try to harm it. It generally requires floating micro-plankton for its survival, and will do best in a mature reef aquarium system. The Flame Scallop is very sensitive to nitrates and copper based medications, and thrives well with additions of calcium and alkalinity. Although, the Flame Scallop is non photosynthetic in nature, and the feeding becomes little challenging for these species, therefore additional feeding is required for its survival.

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