Haitian Pink Tip Anemone

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Haitian Pink Tip Anemone are also called pink tip condy.

Haitian Pink Tip Anemone

The Haitian Pink Tip Anemone, also known as the Pink-Tip Condy (scientific name: Condylactis Anemone) is found near Haiti in shallow lagoons or on inner reefs. Sometimes they are referred to as Florida Pink-Tipped Anemone as well since they can be found in other parts of the Caribbean ocean.

It has long, pink-tipped tentacles and a red foot or base. The tentacles may occasionally develop a bubble like appearance. Generally it likes to bury the base in the sand or into the crevice of a rock for protection. They have long tentacles and they can reach up to 20 inches in length. The base of the condy can grow to the size of a tennis ball. Unlike the other anemone the Pink-Tip Condy is more likely to move around by contracting the muscles on their base. Sometimes they may even crawl on their side. They can also live to be up to 80 years old.

The pink tip condy is a carnivore and uses their stingers to catch fish. They will eat zooplankton and fish as well as some invertebrates. They eat clownfish so be sure not to place clown fish in the tank.

These Haitian anemone are photosynthetic and require strong lighting as they have zooxanthellae algae living in their tissue which also provides them with nutrients.

To keep your condy healthy, you will need to have your saltwater tank setup correctly. This anemone is a temperate anemone, meaning it prefers cooler water. Water temperature will need to be kept between 68 – 75 degrees F. You may need to use a chiller depending on where you live. You will definitely need a large enough tank due to its size, so consider 50 gallons as a minimum for a fully grown condy.

How To Care for Pink Tip Anemones

Haitian Pink Tip Anemones do require moderate attention. Below are some guidelines and tips on caring for the Pink-Tip Condy.

Temperament: Aggressive

Feeding:  Fish, shrimp, mussels clams and other similar foods.

Lighting: High, make sure you have strong lightening in place

Waterflow: Moderate

Water Temperature:  68.0 to 75.0 F

Keep Away From:  Clownfish and any other fish. Also keep away from Red leg hermit crabs.

Can Be Kept With: Clearner shrimp, arrow and emerald crabs and cardinal fish.

Aquarium Size: Should be on the larger size. 50 gallons at least.


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  • 5
    Haitian pink time anemone

    Posted by Fred Browning on 20th Apr 2019

    This guy is huge, healthy, and beautiful. I’m happy to say I’m now a life long customer

  • 3
    pink anemone

    Posted by janicecruz on 27th Jul 2018

    Believe this was dead never moved and now its gone

  • 5
    Pink tip anenome

    Posted by Ken on 25th Jun 2018

    I ordered 2 and they are bigger than I expected! Beautiful to watch. They both tucked themselves into holes in coral and seem to love it there. I’ve fed them once and they eagerly ate!
    Will order again from foxxy!

  • 5
    Nice size great condition

    Posted by Lisa Handrahan on 11th Jan 2018


  • 5

    Posted by Barbie on 11th Aug 2017

    Very Beautiful and great condition