:  Stichodactylidae
Taxonomy: Actiniaria: Stichodactylidae (Anemones)
Body Form: The body is flattened and the polyp with tentacles lies flat on the substrate. The pedal disc is often submerged in sand.
Diet: These anemones possess zooxanthellae but also feed on fish or crustaceans they catch    Care Level:  moderate
Natural History: The Stichodactylidae includes two genera: Heteractis and Stichodactyla. Most species have potent nematocysts that can kill fish and leaves welts on human skin. Most associate with clownfish (Amphiprion sp.) and are found in shallow reef zones.
Blue Carpet Anemone
Giant Carpet Anemone
Green Carpet Anemone
Ritteri Anemone
Sebae Anemone
Sebae Malu Anemone