Entacmaea quadricolor

Bubble-tip anemone is one species of sea anemone. They can support (host) as many as 14 different species of anemonefish. The anemone appears in a variety of morphs, including rose, orange, red, and standard green. It can grow to be up to 30 cm. in diameter and obtains the majority of its energy from solar radiation via its symbiotic zooxanthellae. Symbiotic is when two living bodies depend on each other to survive. Zooxanthellae are symbiotic algae that live with hard corals. The relationship is based on the corals inability to generate enough food and the algae's ability for photosynthesis and converting chemical elements into energy. Tips of the anemones will have their characteristic bulbs based on several parameters, including: flow, light, bacterial count, color, and if it is hosting