The next compromise I have to make for this aquarium is the light. The reason for this compromise, is the tridacna clams
Clams on the open sand bed looks good, but unfortunately, many clams don't belong to the sand beds. The crocea, maxima, noae and ningaloo clams are generally rock dwelling. Yet they grow to sizable proportions which can upset the balance of the aquascape, both physically and aesthetically.
As the result. I keep my clams on the sand bed. Therein lies the dilemma. The maxima and crocea clams requires tremendous amount of light to thrive. Even if we leave aside t