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Biology/Natural History: This species can grow to be one of the largest anemones in the world. Usually it is partially buried in the sand (so the tubercles on the column are usually mostly buried and not visible unless the anemone is partly excavated) Symbionts include the candy stripe shrimp Lebbeus grandimanus.


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Source: Invertebrates of the Salish Sea

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