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Hidden anemone
Lebrunia coralligens
(Wilson, 1890)

Long pseudotentacles with slightly enlarged tips extend from fissures. The tips are slightly enlarged and occasionally double lobed. Animal with extended pseudotentacles up to 6 cm.

Pseudotentacles brown to dark gray, to bluish-green with shaded line and ring markings. Tips often darker.

Inhabit narrow fissures in coral heads, with only the ends of the pseudotentacles extending from the openings. Long, unbranched true tentacles may be extended during night.

Occasional Bahamas and Caribbean.

Hidden anemone (Lebrunia coralligens)