Interesting colours and patterns of Crocea Clam - Tridacna crocea.
Crocea Clam is the smallest clam in the subfamily Tridacninae and grows to a maximum shell size of 15 cm.
Their colouration can be quire varied shades of blue, green, purple, gold, orange or brown, often patterned with spots, stripes or squiggles.
The boring clam, crocus clam, crocea clam or saffron-coloured clam is a species of bivalve in the family Cardiidae. It is native to the Indo-Pacific region. It is occasionally found in the aquarium trade where it is often simply referred to as ''crocea''.