They're no photosynthetic and like a shaded spot. Ideally, a 6" sand bed is best for them, but they can survive with less. Mine does fine in a 3" sand bed. It's I'm too much light though so it only comes out at night. I have numerous gobies that have come near it and my cleaner shrimp who went in its tentacles many times to steal food and was never captured/consumed. I feed my tue anemone cyclops, Rotifers, freeze dried Copepods, and sometimes mini mysis about every other day. You should have an established reef tank and a deep enough sandbed.
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