The Green Carpet Anemone needs to be kept on soft substrate bottom. It makes an excellent host for many types clownfish including Amphiprion ocellaris, A. percula, or Dascyllus trimaculatus. The clownfish provides the carnivorous anemone with "crumbs" of food that make up a large part of its diet. With the mutual behavior with clown fish and vivid coloration, the Green Carpet Anemone makes a beautiful addition to any community fish setup. Since it is aggressive and can sting, the Green Carpet Anemone should be kept at a distance of minimum 20 inch from other coral species in the aquarium environment. Because of which, the Green Carpet Anemone also needs a larger aquarium of at least 18 to 24 inch so that it can fit comfortably in the tank. It requires a strong lighting and moderate water flow, along with both sandy and rocky locations. Once the Green Carpet Anemone is introduced in to the tank, it moves around till it gets a suitable location to settle down. It is very sticky and needs lot of care, which is why it is recommended only to an experienced aquarist. This Green Carpet Anemone species is venomous and can inflict severe reactions on humans, so it should be handled with lot of care. The Green Carpet Anemone should be acclimatized in the tank first and then should be offered with the diet of chopped fish, shrimp and other meaty foods.