Rock flower anemone are members of the Phymathidae family and are also referred to as sea anemone. Rock flowers are native to the Caribbean and come in many colors with the oral disc usually a different color then the rest of the anemone; the oral disc lacks tentacles. The tentacles are beaded in appearance.
Do not try to move the anemone once anchored because its column, or foot, can be easily torn.
Most anemones will die from a torn column. Be prepared to move corals out of its way if it should choose to anchor too close to them.
We recommend wearing gloves when handling Anemones. When placing the anemone, try to support it from its slippery underside. Do not use tongs, and do not touch this anemone with bare hands.