Tridacnidae


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Spawning and Early Larval Retiring of Giant Clams (Bivalvia: Tridacnidae).
Spawning, larval development and growth of Tridacna maxima (Roding) (Bivalvia: Tridacnidae).
Relationships between size, mantle area and zooxanthellac numbers in five species of giant clam (Tridacnidae).
Identity of zooxanthellae isolated from some Pacific Tridacnidae. J.
Ecotoxicological studies on giant clams (Tridacnidae): environmental problems and future concerns, [dissertation], Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm University.
The giant clams belong to the genera Tridacna and Hippopus (Rosewater, 1965, 1982; Yonge, 1980) in the family Tridacnidae. Less well known clams harboring zooxanthellae belong to the genera Corculum (Kawaguti, 1950) and Fragum (Kawaguti, 1983a; Ohno et al., 1995) in the family Cardiidae.
Giant clams, bivalve molluscs in the family Tridacnidae, harbor symbiotic zooxanthellae in the zooxanthellal tube, which arises from the stomach (Norton et al., 1992).
Biology and status of aquaculture for giant clams (Tridacnidae) in the Ryukyu Islands, southern Japan.
Mytilidae and Pteriidae have a wide and strong association with some corals (as Stylophora pistillata; Porites solida; Pocillopora verrucosa; Favites abdita; Favites fluxuosa; anal Goniastrea pictinata; Acropora pharonis; Montipora venosa; Acropora humilis, Anacropora spinosa and Montipora spongiosa), whereas Pectinidae, Arcidae, and Tridacnidae have a low coral association.
(1999) showed that juvenile growth of a giant clam (Tridacnidae) (0-2 y) was considerably improved on surface long lines.