Coral Morphologic keeps rolling out the gems. This time, the video is of the sun anemone shrimp (Periclimenes rathbunae). This species is the least common of the three Florida anemone shrimp, and unlike the other two species, P. rathbunae doesn’t performing any cleaning activity on fish. Instead, this shrimp will live exclusively on its anemone host and occasionally eat tentacles off of it. For more information on this shrimp, visit the Morphologic Blog.