So far so good
I have been checking the parameteres in my display tank and so far they have been maintaining well. SG = 1.025, ammonia, nitrite = 0, nitrate = 10 and phospate = .25 (I am doing water changes to rectify nitrate and phospate), temp = 78 *. As a mistake I had added some fish already to the tank before it had cycled through (2 damsels, 1 sand sifting starfish and 1 purple dottyback [please don't hate me for that]). Been that the water had maintained for a few days, two weeks ago I added my two clowns (Ocsillaris) which I had in quarantine for about 4 weeks. I then added 1 cleaner shrimp to the tank and they all seem to be living it up so far. I also added 6 snails to help with the cleaning. I hadn't add anything else until yesterday, when I came in possession of 1 pulsating xenia and 1 green bubble tip anemone which were gonna be taken back to the store by an old friend. I took them instead. Placed the xenia in a small rock in the corner of the tank as I don't want it to spread too much and the anemone I just dropped on the rock. They both took to the tank prety quick. The anemone spread its tentacles all day, but when I woke up this morning I couldn't find it. I finally found it attached to the underside of the rock. It is not spread. Now, I know they move around to find the best spot for them, but as of right now it is unreachable. Is this a normal practice and if so how do I feed it way under there? Shoud I try to move it out of the spot where it is now? I would have to disturb the rock and everything in it. Will it come out when it needs to feed?