Originally Posted by Kellsindell
It means their feelings get hurt real easily, so don't yell at them...
LOL that's harsh kells...
Sensitive as Pasfur used it means strict requirements on water parameters, tank stability, lighting, and other environmental stuff. Basically, tough-to-keep animals. The anemone is a prime example.
Since you mentioned the tank is cycling, it was probably set up very recently? Anemones shouldn't be kept in anything but a mature (6 months to a year old) reef tank, with pristine water conditions.
By the parameters you listed, your calcium is very low... calcium should be between 400-450, and alkalinity should be 8-12 dKH. I'm not positive of the units you used for alkalinity, I know you showed kh, but the 161.1 is way high and I'm not familiar with straight kh for Alkalinity. The following is a list of conversions between common Alkalinity units:
To convert meq/l to ppm CaCO3, multiply by 50
To convert meq/l to dKH mutiply by 2.8
To convert dkH to meq/l divide by 2.8
To convert dKH to ppm multiply by 17.9
The only reasonable unit I could see 161.1 applying to, is ppm... assuming you meant 161.1 ppm, then that translates to 9 dKH.
At any rate, it seems that your tank is very new, has very low calcium, and does not have enough liverock for the tank size (1 lb/gal - 2 lb/gal is recommended), thus that's my guess at Pasfur's comment regarding not keeping sensitive/hard-to-keep animals in the tank right now.