The Rock Anemone is also commonly known as the rock flower anemone, which are found in a myriad of color options. The oral disc might being a different color than the rest of the anemone. It makes a great addition to any reef tank and adds a splash of colors into it. Its oral discs lack tentacles and often appear beaded. The Rock Anemone can be kept either singly or in groups. It prefers to live in a shady region, vertical rock walls, or within any substrate. By burying itself in the sand, it only shows its oral disc and tentacles and the remaining part of the body stays inside the sand to protect itself from predation. The tank should contain lots of rock work and caves for hiding spots, and a thick sand bed for burrowing. The Rock Anemone is a hardy anemone which will adapt to a wide variety of lighting conditions. It is mainly a carnivore, and requires meaty food to survive, therefore can be fed with mussels, freshly chopped fish meat, as well as high quality frozen foods. Addition of traces of iodine and strontium aids in continued good health. The Rock Anemone is absolutely reef safe and the clownfish generally do not host with this anemone. It should not be kept in tank less than 20 gallon, and requires light and lower flow and regular feedings to thrive well in a community tank. The Rock Anemone is very easy to care also, which makes it a very good choice for the beginner aquarist.