The Bubble Mushroom is very interesting and unique specie, which is covered in large bulb like structure and resembles bubbletip anemone. It is very delicate in nature due to the presence of thin tissues, which can tear easily. Therefore it should also be placed under high indirect light and in lower water temperature for its healthy survival. The Bubble Mushroom also boasts beautiful colors in presence of strong light and undergoes photosynthesis. It is basically carnivorous and also gets benefit from the additional feeding of foods from the water column and others like brine shrimp, small piece of fish and crustacean flesh. The Bubble Mushroom is named aptly due to the shape of its tentacles, and gives a distinctive look to the reef aquarium. The tentacle forms rounded vesicles and may elongate; it also has toxins in them. The Bubble Mushroom is very decorative and moderately easy to care for. Unlike the Actinodiscus genus, the Bubble Mushroom is not tolerant of poor water conditions. It cannot handle a high water flow, since it prevents it to get proper nourishments. The Bubble Mushroom propagates easily in captivity by splitting itself, and the cloned mushroom does not necessarily always resemble the ??mother?? mushroom. It derives nutrition from their symbiotic algae, zooxanthellae, that dwells within their tissues. It should not be kept in a tank less than 5 gallons, and it thrives well in a temperature of 72-83 degree Fahrenheit. The Bubble Mushroom is semi aggressive in nature if it is near another coral, since it possesses stinging tentacles which might harm the nearby corals, except its own species. The Bubble Mushroom is available for sale at a reasonable price throughout the year .