I bought a purple tip sebae from greg at stingray about a week and a half ago. I stupidly didn't read up on anemones, looking for host for clowns, greg said they were not hard to care for but i have read different. My tank is new but appears to be already long done with cycling because no ammonia spike after adding the 2 clowns and a lot of other stuff. nitrate is fairly low, no nitites, calcium 400, alk. o.k. salinity 1.0235, temp 77-78.3. I feed the fish live brine, and the corals alternating every other day, cyclops and dt's. The anemone eats the brine, loves it. I have a 24g nano. I also have a metal halide light, but I haven't put it up yet. I am afraid to fry my mushrooms. The anemone is on the bottom in the coral substrate but he won,t foot anywhere. He just moves a little back and forth. One morning I got up and he was flipped over! I just fixed him. What should I do for care for him to survive? Should I just take him back? The clowns ignore him,and only one clown is hosting (my hairy mushrooms!) any help would be great..