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Rose Bulb Anemone

Rose Bulb Anemone
Rose Bulb Anemone

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From €65.00
Ex Tax: €52.85
  • Stock: Call To Order
  • Model: AM110M
  • EAN: 5031799540243

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Specifications

Care Level
Moderate
Color / Form
Red
Geographic Region
Sigapore, Asia
Max Size
35 cm
Reef Compatible
Yes
Tank Size
100 Lt.
Temperament
Semi-Aggressive
Water Conditions
Fish:PH:8.1-8.4, Sg:1.020-1.02
General Information
Common Name Red BubbleTip, Rose Bubble Tip
Family Actiniidae
Latin Name Entacmaea quadricolor

The Rose Bubble Tip Anemone is a less common form of the Bubble Tip Anemone which is often referred to as the Four-colored, Bulb Tentacle, Bulb Tip, or Bulb Anemone. At rest, the enlarged tip at the end of the tentacles is a rose to red color.

The Bubble Tip Anemone is usually found in coral rubble, or in solid reefs. Its pedal disc is usually attached deep within dead coral. It stretches its tentacles to become sweeper tentacles when hungry. That is, the tentacles become elongated to capture a meal, then the tentacles shorten and the bubble tips return.

Handle this invertebrate, and all Anemones, with care. They can sting other Anemones, as well as Corals.

In order for the Rose Bubble Tip Anemone to keep its bright coloration and bulb tips, it needs strong illumination supplied by metal halides, or intense florescent lighting of at least 6 watts per gallon. They require an aquarium of at least 90 gallons, as they can grow up to 12" across in the aquarium.

These anemones will typically remain compact and will gain bulb tips under intense lighting. If the lighting is insufficient, they will expand their bodies to great lengths to make the most of the available light. It should be kept with a Clownfish for best results. At times, the tentacles may appear stringy; this may be due to insufficient light or the need for food.

Its diet should include chopped fish, shrimp, or worms if a clownfish is not present.

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