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Heteractis crispa (Sebae anemone)

Synonyms: Actinia crispa; Actinia paumotensis; Antheopsis kuekenthali; Antheopsis macrodactylus; Bunodes crispa; Bunodes crispus; Cereus crispus; Cereus paumotensis; Discosoma macrodactylum; Discosoma tuberculata; Discosomoides tuberculata; Entacmaea crispa; Heliactis paumotensis; Heteractis crispa; Heteractis macrodactylum; Radianthus crispus; Radianthus kuekenthali; Radianthus kukenthali; Radianthus lobatus; Radianthus macrodactylus; Radianthus malu; Stoichactis tuberculata

Wikipedia Abstract

This article is about Heteractis crispa. For the related species also sometimes known as the sebae anemone, see Heteractis malu. The sebae anemone (Heteractis crispa) is a species of sea anemone from the northern Indian Ocean, including India, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives. Some species of anemonefishes associate with it, including the Cinnamon (Amphiprion melanopus), Oman (A. omanensis), Orange skunk (A. sandaracinos), Orange (A. percula), and several more. In contrast, the Sebae clownfish (A.
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Shelter for 
Amphiprion clarkii (Yellowtail clownfish)[1]
Amphiprion ephippium (Tomato clownfish)[1]
Amphiprion frenatus (oneband anemonefish)[1]
Amphiprion melanopus (Black anemonefish)[1]
Amphiprion percula (clown fish)[1]
Amphiprion perideraion (White-maned anemonefish)[1]
Amphiprion polymnus (yellowfinned anemonefish)[1]
Amphiprion sandaracinos (Eastern skunk anemonefish)[1]

Institutions (Zoos, etc.)

Institution Infraspecies / Breed 
Aquarium & Rainforest at Moody Gardens
Aquarium du Quebec
Artis Zoo
Blank Park Zoo of Des Moines
John G. Shedd Aquarium
Newport Aquarium
Tallinn Zoo



Species recognized by Fautin D.G., 2001-10-15, Hexacorals: Hexacorallians of the World in Catalog of Life 2011
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Abstract provided by DBpedia licensed under a Creative Commons License
Weather provided by NOAA METAR Data Access
Institution information provided by International Species Information System - May 2011