Beadlet Anemone (Actinia equina)

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Beadlet Anemone

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Beadlet Anemone

Actinia equina

Challenging

sg

1.020 - 1.025

pH

8.1 - 8.4

[[Minimum temperature::5 °TEMPLATE:UNITS-TEMP| ]] [[Maximum temperature::23 °TEMPLATE:UNITS-TEMP| ]]

8-18 °d

Carnivore
Live Foods
Other (See article)

12-70 years




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Alternative names

Beadlet Anemone, Red Anemone

Tank compatibility

This anemone can be territorial towards other anemones and sting both other anemones and soft corals. It can eat small fish and inverts also. Keep this anemone with caution.

Diet

Carnivore: shrimps, fish, crabs and other small creatures it can catch, it also needs light to produce zooxanthellae.

Feeding regime

Two to three times a week in captivity. In the wild it catches it food in the tidal zone.

Environment Specifics

Shore and tidal zone, rocky substrate, and on stones in the literal zone.

Behaviour

Generally peaceful, but might sting other small corals and catch small fish and crayfish and eat them.

Identification

Red body and tentacles, with blue knobs around the mouth.

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