I don't believe they grow algae colonies, so they shouldn't need high light outputs.
The one thing I'm not sure about is that this is the quahog, which is often found buried in sand beds during low tide. I don't know if they need the shift between high and low tide to survive for a long time. They may not, though. It's just something to look into.
They do need sand to bury themselves in.
Pretty much any bivalve (oysters, mussels, etc...) can do the same thing. Most of the smaller ones survive on filtration without the need for high light.