The white-striped anemone is the most common anemone encountered in shallow water. It's column is orange to brown and striped with white, Its disc is flat, bright orange and surrounded by it's white tentacles. It can defend it's self by shooting stinging cells from small openings in its column. Some boulders at the entance of the harbour provide area for great numbers of white-striped anemones.
Height and diameter can both be as large as 20mm.
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