Show me the maxima clams on rocks!

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As I’m waiting for my tank to fully mature before adopting a clam, I wanted to be as prepared as possible.

These clams need the highest lighting possible, and the highest rocks to attach itself to.

They have Brilliant blue pigments, but I’m afraid that I’ll only be able to see the shell being my tank is tall.

Can I see photos of where your maxima clams are placed in your reef tanks? It’s ok if the colors don’t show. It’s the placement!
 
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Here’s mine.

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My tank is bare bottom so I took used applesauce cups with crushed live rock to house my clams. Now I can move them if needs be and they're easier to examine as well.
 
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