AppearanceThis anemone grows to a size of 30 centimeters and is distinguished by its colored, beaded and waving curved edge. It has two different forms of tentacles. At the center of the oral disc, it has narrow, short, about 5 mm long, tentacles that are branched with five or more "fingers", like a small, inflated rubber glove. The tentacles are extremely sticky. The tentacles at the edge have a bubble-like thickening of about one millimeter diameter at the end. The two types of tentacles are usually different colors.
NamingThe two different tentacles and pizza crust type edge distinguish ''C. adhaesivum'' from superficially similar ''Stichodactyla'' specimens.
Distribution''C. adhaesivum'' is widely distributed being found in tropical waters from the Indian Ocean to the Western Pacific.
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