Looking for information on how people have been able to successfully keep these [COLOR="Lime"]Hawaiian Anemones[/COLOR]. We have read lots about how delicate they are and how tough they are to keep alive because in the wild they are found in breaking waters. I've read that in captivity they do not do well but we are trying anyway because we would really like to keep it in our tank. It took brine shrimp this morning, but it hasn't really opened up much since we put it in the tank last night. It has footed on the rock we placed it on though.\r\n\r\n[FONT="Arial Black"]In the last 24 hours we added a clown fish and the Anemone.[/FONT]\r\n\r\nWe have 3 clowns (2 different kinds that are living peacefully) and a bubble tip anemone which seems to be very happy and healthy. We also have a high output light on the tank - I'm not sure the specifics but it's the one the fish store recommended.\r\n\r\n[COLOR="blue"]Test May 22[/COLOR]\r\nSalinity = 30.5\r\nSpecific Gravity = 1.225\r\npH = 8.1 (added buffer to bring to 8.2)\r\nAmmonia =[COLOR="lime"] 0.0[/COLOR]\r\nNitrite = [COLOR="lime"]0.0[/COLOR]\r\nNitrate = [COLOR="lime"]10[/COLOR]\r\n\r\n[COLOR="Blue"]Test May 24[/COLOR] after adding a fish and an anemone\r\nSalinity = 30.5\r\nSpecific Gravity = 1.225\r\npH = 8.2\r\nAmmonia = [COLOR="Orange"]0.20[/COLOR] \r\nNitrite = [COLOR="Lime"]0.0[/COLOR]\r\nNitrate = [COLOR="Red"]40.0[/COLOR]\r\n\r\nWill watch these numbers carefully. I suspect I've been overfeeding a little the last couple days so I am going to cut back. I'm guessing it's related to the addition of 2 new items to the tank, right?\r\n\r\nWondering if maybe giving it a dedicated powerhead to create direct current might help. \r\n\r\nThanks!