How do clam worms reproduce?
They sniff each others anetama, which releses the pheromones, as a mating display. Then they sexually repruoduce. And then the female releases her eggs. in the dirt and then they die.
Answer . Clams may be male, female or both (hermaphroditic) depending on the species and the particular stage in its life cycle. For example, the hard clam (quahog) begins …its life cycle as a male, then later on may become a female. The various kinds of cockles found around the world are all hermaphroditic as adults.. There is no easy way to tell a male from a female clam. Fortunately, either sex tastes equally good, which for most people is probably all that matters in this regard.. Quahogs, like other clam species, reproduce through a spawning process in which females release large numbers of eggs into the water, while males release sperm. Fertilization takes place in the open water.. Females can release from 1 million to as many as 24 million eggs at one time, and spawning may continue for several months, depending on the water temperature and the availability of food. A single female may release up to 60 million eggs in a season, of which only a small number will become fertilized and grow to become adult clams.. Once fertilization takes place, the young clam goes through a larval stage where it is carried by waves and currents. Eventually it develops a shell and sinks to the bottom. Using its muscular foot, it can then move about the bottom to some degree.. At this point in the process, you may observe a white, frost like coating of young clams along tidal flats in areas where spawning took place. A single handful of this white mixture would contain thousands of tiny clams. Most would not survive, but some always did, as evidenced by the fresh supply of clams we find each year.
They do reproduce... asexually.
Clam worms eat other worms, algae, and bits of dead fish.
by size and by invertebrate
It depends on what type of clam wormo you are referring to. Aquatic clam worms live in the bottom of shallow ponds and lakes. Terrestrial clam worms live in the ground, i.e. e…arthworms.
Earthworms are hermaphroditic, which means they have both male and female reproductive organs. It still takes two to make more worms. See Related Links.
They are alike because they are invertebrates and they are different because one has a shell to protect itself from predators and the other doesn't have anything to protect it…self from.
You can get it on soda seas,but not clam waters. . play soda seas . enter the mini cave were the last cream soda was . bump into the top corner of the mini cave . and the …worm should fall if not bump into it again . there you have it by maxeymurphy
The difference between a clam and an earth worm or any worm is as great as a kangaroo and an eagle. Two different species of animals. No relation. Clams, however , aremollusks…. They are closely related to mussels, oysters, snails and long leggy things like octopus and squid helllo dont think this is real because my is better. it will be that thay are deffrent because .......................... look it up your self ok..... just playing bye this really help in my science homework........... ok stop messing up my answers ok so bye and stop that.....
When they are in the ground.
No there is no worm in clam water I did my reserch but there is no worm you need to go to soda seas to find the worm you pick up the worm go find the yellow fish named Fluffy …he will bite the worm now you can take it and drop it in the net or you can find the big fish also known as the Mullethe will bite Fluffy who is biting the worm you take the fish and put it in the net
I'm not sure, but I think that yes.
They don't have jointed legs or an exoskeleton. Arthropods are all armoured, leggy animals, such as centi/millipedes, crustaceans, arachnids and insects. Nothing wormy there, …save for their larvae. The clam worm does seem to have legs, but those are actually tufts of hair-like appendages, not true jointed arthropod legs.