I am getting 6 (unless advised otherwise) asian golden clams.
Right now I have some greenwater in my tank that has not been reduced by 10% daily waterchanges and I know that the clams are going to love me for letting it build up for 4 days before I get them.
I would like advice on being able to keep them alive for as long as reasonably possible.
the temp is kepy from 78-80 degrees (is that too high for what I have btw?) and last I checked the PH was at 7.6 (a little high, I know, but after research I found that it wont affect my fish unless Im trying to get them to breed)
I plan on getting some aquarium iodine but is there anything else I can do to extend the life expectancy of my clams? and would 6 be too much for a heavily planted 55 gallon with good circulation?