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Biology/Natural History: Shells or debris is occasionally found adhered to the tubercles, but not usually and not strongly. Juvenile painted greenlings are often associated with this anemone, and adults may sleep near its base. The eggs are very large (over 1.2 mm diameter) and yolky. It has not been observed brooding the eggs.

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Source: Invertebrates of the Salish Sea

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