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Bartholomea cf. lucida, the Knobby Anemone. Similar to B. annulata, with translucent, tapering, thin tentacles, but smaller (up to 4 1/2" across) and having nematocyst-bearing knobs instead of corkscrew markings. Close up at right and below: Bahamas photos of Knobby Anemones and Pederson's Cleaning Shrimp, Periclimenes pedersoni. Bahamas pic.
 

Indo-Pacific Condylactis species; poss. C. elatensis. Though most of these come to use from the tropical West Atlantic as inexpensive "Condys", there are Indo-Pacific species. This one in Fiji. 


Heteractis magnifica (Quoy & Gaimard 1833), the Magnificent Anemone. To thirty some inches across (a meter). Tentacles and oral disc of the same color, with a base/pedicle also colored... Typically purplish, but may be red, white/tan, brown, green or blue. Previously and in older literature often labeled as Radianthus ritteri (Hence this species is also often referred to as Ritter's or the Ritteri Anemone). Found widely in the Indo-Mid Pacific; East Africa and the Red Sea to Australia, S. Japan, to the Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia). Joy in Australia for Percula Clowns
 

Aiptasia, Glass Anemones, here infesting a captive system.
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