Hey all, recently added a small, green bubble tip anemone to my 24 gallon tank. When I introduced him to the tank he found a spot that provided good light and water movement and has not moved since, nor has the foot become unattached at any point. I've been feeding it some frozen krill and, up until now, the only problem I've had is with my peppermint shrimp stealing it's food. I had added a good sized clownfish to help protect and also buffer the anemone. The problem that I am having now is that the anemone has retracted itself and has little to no water sucked into it (kinda like when it excretes it's waste), and the "mouth" hangs open and the surrounding area is all inflamed looking, but is not excreting any waste. How do I tell if the clownfish is too big and may be over-buffering, or if I'm just making a mistake on water quality? Any help or insight is appreciated.