I hand feed mine, don't just drop it in the tank or it probably won't get it, place it in the anemone. Remember that they are photosynthetic animals and as such … If it doesn't eat the lance fish try something like muscle or ask at the shop where you got it and see what they were feeding it on. Foliar nematodes attack from the soil level during winter months and feed on the leaves and foliage of the plant. I've fed mine anywhere from a couple of times a week, to over a year without target feeding them. Certain anemones do not have to be fed all that often. Clownfish feed on the anemone's food waste and its parasites. Anemone bulbs often benefit from a pre-planting soak to get them ready to grow. A little update today passing day 70. feeding a crassa anemone is fun to watch and helps understanding the needs of those animals. Anemones get mostof their food from photosynthesis (not true photosynthesis, but the zooanthellas that inhabit the anemones feed it, but they require very strong lighting) Usually just a small amount of food weekly will do, and if you have a clown who is hosting, the clown will give it … Many marine hobbyists long to keep an anemone in their saltwater tanks. Bubble tip anemones need a powerful aquarium light for about 12 hours a day. Prefers a sunny site. Hi there. Besides being useful for its clownfish partner, anemones add an indescribable beauty to aquariums. I have gone as long as 2 months without feeding my BTA's. Feed your BTA 1-3 times weekly, depending on size and activity. Frozen, freeze-dried or fresh shrimp or fish; Knife; Aquarium forceps; Tips. Healing time will depend on the health of the anemone before the injury, the type and severity of the injury, and the conditions that the anemone is kept in during recover. So yes, some do feed them. Health Concerns. Recently somebody else mentioned on MASA how he witnessed his clown pushing in an Anthia into the anemone. They feed on crustaceans, small fish, and occasionally mollusks and sea urchins. For this reason, there is a symbiotic coexistence between the two existing species. But hoping that the clown will do it for you, as above is expensive. Stinging Tentacles. Sea anemones use their stinging tentacles to capture prey. Anemone coronaria bright green, lacy, foliage covered by poppy-like flowers, in wide range of colours. Anemones, besides protecting their tenant from larger fish in the aquarium, provide food. The Condylactis Anemone is often recommended to beginners because Condy Anemones are usually less demanding than many of the other anemones and because they are inexpensive ($5 - $10).