Sea Anemone Species: Sea Anemones, Bubble and Carpet Anemones
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Anemone are among the most fascinating of the ocean’s inhabitants. Using its foot, called its pedal disc, they will anchor to either a hard surface or burrow itself into the sand or mud sediment. Water quality, the intensity of the tanks lighting, and correct water flow are all important factors in health and longevity. To supplement their diet, feed raw, minced meaty seafood items (shrimp, shellfish, fish, and krill to name a few, attained from your local grocery store), chopped to about 1/4 inches in size.

Picture of Gigantea Carpet Anemone
Carpet Anemone
Stichodactyla Gigantea

Picture of Saddle Carpet Anemone
Saddle Carpet Anemone
Stichodactyla Haddoni

Picture of Ultra Maxi Mini Carpet Anemone
Maxi Mini Carpet Anemone
Stichodactyla tapetum

Picture of Sebae Anemone
Sebae Anemone
Heteractis crispa

Picture of Bubble Anemone
Bubble Anemone
Entacmaea quadricolor

Picture of Long Tentacle Anemone
Long Tentacle Anemone
Macrodactyla doreensis

Picture of Ritteri Anemone, Heteractis magnifica
Ritteri Anemone
Heteractis magnifica

Picture of Tube Anemone
Tube Anemone
Cerianthus membranaceus

Picture of Color Tip Reef Anemone, Condylactis Anemone
Color Tip Reef Anemone
Condylactis sp.

Picture of Rock Flower Anemone
Rock Flower Anemone
Epicystis crucifer

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