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One of the easiest anemones to care for, the Condylactus Anemone can be a good choice for a beginner.
These anemones are quite popular, due to their relative hardiness and generally low cost.
They have interesting colors with contrasting tips. The base color is usually orange or white and the tentacles can have magenta, purple, pink, or yellow tips.
Not to often hosts for Clown Fish, in a home aquarium, Condylactus Anemones may move about the aquarium.
This can be unfortunate, if other corals or anemones are present, as they could be harmed by its stinging tentacles.
Condylactus should be fed once in a while a small chunk of fish, shrimp, squid, etc.
An ideal set up for a Condylactus would include moderate to strong lighting and a moderate current.
Good substrates include live rock or sand, into which the Condy can burrow to anchor it's foot.
Approximate purchase size: 2" to 3"
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