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Lebrunia neglecta (nee danae) (Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1860), the Branching Anemone. Has finger like and stubby, branching "pseudotentacles" (true, longer tentacles are usually only extended at night). Typically brownish to gray in color, a few bluish to green. Common in the tropical West Atlantic. Able to quickly withdraw into its closed space. Will easily sting other livestock, aquarists, divers exposed skin. Cozumel 2017

 Condylactis gigantea, the Giant Anemone. Largest species in the range (6-12 inches in diameter when extended). White body and tentacles. The latter bear enlarged tips typically of a contrasting color, though they may be white. Cozumel 2017
 Eunicea mammosa, the Swollen-Knob Candelabrum. Tropical West Atlantic. To about a foot in height. Closely packed tubular calyces. Candelabrum like in appearance overall. Have tube-like calyces and candelabra-like colonies. Most are light gold in color. Exist in many types of reef environments. High to low light, water movement. Cozumel 2017
 Thyroscyphus ramosus, the Algae Hydroid. Uneven alternately arrayed branches, often covered by algae. Cozumel 2017
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