Hi Doug, thank you so much for your answer. I have the anenomes under dual GLO T5 HO
lighting. I think I may have been premature in my freak out. Over the next few hours the anenom returned to his previous state and, I suspect he was "sleeping" while the lights were out overnight. He has now moved to another part of the tank a little closer to the light and in front of the filter outflow.
The two anenomes are looking healthy about 30 minutes after the lights come on in the morning as are the corals (one of which I was convinced had died over night but again 30 mins later he was waving his arms around and looking pink and glowy).
I am investigating lighting right now and I hope the lighting I have will be sufficient while I find out what they need. I assumed that because it was running for the last 2 years as is it was ok but now I understand I will need to find out pretty quick what I need to provide them with.
I am happy to report that the two clownfish and the pj wrasse are all active, eating looking lively and very fun.