Results › Tridacna crocea

T. crocea (Lamark, 1819) is one of clams species found in waters of Raja Ampat. It also called kima lubang, the smallest one reach 15 cmIt morphology similar to T. squamosa, it just have smaller size and tucked between coral holes. This clam drill hard surface of coral by chemicals material which is generated by. Colors of the coats are very bright, i.e. green, blue, purple, chocolate and orange. Aside from found in Raja Ampat, T. crocea also found surround Indo-Pacific and Australia.

Kingdom Animalia, Phylum Mollusca, Class Bivalvia, Order Veneroida, Family Tridacnidae, Genus Tridacna.

Sample Information of Genetic Laboratory of UNIPA

No

Sample ID 

Species

Location

n

Eks

PCR

Seq

1

 UNP.0021

Tridacna crocea

 P. Batanta Raja Ampat

3

No

No

No

 

Sample ID

No

Sample ID

Collected Date

Locality

Exist in

Containers

1

 UNP.0021.01

08-feb-13

 P. Batanta

LGU

Box R4

2

UNP.0021.02 

08-feb-13

 P. Batanta

LGU

Box R4

3

UNP.0021.03 

08-feb-13

 P. Batanta

LGU

Box R4

 

Collaborators

  • Smithsonian
  • UNIPA
  • UB
  • IBRC

Fundings:

  • USAID