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The Condi Anemone, scientifically known as Condylactis gigantea, is a stunning and captivating marine invertebrate that adds a touch of elegance to any saltwater aquarium. With its vibrant colors and unique appearance, the Condi Anemone is a favorite among experienced aquarists.


The Condi Anemone is known for its bulbous body and long, flowing tentacles. It exhibits a range of colors, including shades of pink, purple, and sometimes green or brown. Its tentacles have a beautiful, feathery appearance that adds a graceful touch to your aquarium.


This species requires a well-established and mature reef aquarium with stable water parameters. It is important to provide ample space for the Condi Anemone, as it can expand up to a foot in diameter when fully extended. Ensure a minimum tank size of 30 gallons to accommodate its needs.


In terms of temperament, the Condi Anemone is generally peaceful. However, it may exhibit territorial behavior towards other sessile invertebrates or try to catch smaller fish. Caution should be exercised when housing them with other species, and compatibility should be carefully researched beforehand.


Feeding the Condi Anemone is relatively easy as it primarily relies on photosynthesis for energy. However, it also benefits from supplemental feedings of meaty foods such as small pieces of fish, shrimp, or mysis shrimp. Regular feeding will help maintain its health and vibrancy.


Water Parameters:

  • Temperature: 75-80°F
  • pH: 8.1-8.4
  • Salinity: 1.023-1.025
  • Calcium levels: 400-450 ppm
  • Alkalinity: 8-12 dKH


Please note that the Condi Anemone requires a high level of care and attention. It is recommended for experienced aquarists who are familiar with the specific needs of marine invertebrates. For more accurate values and personalized guidance on care, we encourage you to contact Living Aquarium by phone or in person. Our team of experts is always available to assist you.

Condi Anemone

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