The Condylactis Anemone, Condylactis gigantea, also known as the Condy Anemone, Haitian Anemone, or Giant Golden Anemone is a colorful anemone found mainly in the Atlantic and Caribbean. The Condylactis Anemone has multiple color variations including a base of white or brown with green, pink, or purple tips. The Condylactis Anemone buries its base into sandy substrate. It requires strong light and should not be purchased without an adequate lighting system already in place. The Condylactis Anemone does not have a symbiotic relationship with clownfish, or any other fish for that matter, and must be handled with caution as its tentacles deliver a sharp sting to fish, hands, other anemones, and corals. It should not be kept with Red Leg hermit crabs from the genus Dardanus. The Condylactis Anemone will move around the tank to multiple spots and is best kept with live rock and crustaceans. Their diet should consist of shrimp, mussels, clams, and other like foods. The Condylactis Anemone is a fascinating addition to a tank if kept and handled in the proper, aforementioned, manner.
Great little anemone, moved around a little the first couple of days but now has seemed to of found a spot where he is happy. Great anemone for a great price.