The Malu Anemone is a delicate and beautiful anemone. It can be difficult for it to acclimate in a new environment, and its care should only be attempted by an experienced aquarists. The Malu Anemone prefers to stay under the sand so that it can hide its base, therefore a thick sand bed is advised to be kept in the aquarium. It requires a strong lighting, moderate water flow, and a variety of sandy and rocky locations to survive. The Malu Anemone is moderately difficult anemone to care for, but once it is established, it can be very hardy. The Malu Anemone is photosynthetic, and gets its food and nutrition with the help of the symbiotic algae present inside its tissues. It can also be fed with fish, worms, clams, shrimp, and other meaty foods once a week for its continued good health. The Malu Anemone is mainly known for its brilliant coloration and short plump tentacles. It should be kept in a tank not less than 20 gallons if kept singly. The Malu Anemone possesses very sticky tentacles that act as potent sting, which they use to kill small fish and invertebrate species, and to defend themselves from other corals.