I test the PH regularly and it's very consistent at 8.2, LFS
said no need to test Alk
if I'm changing water once a week...
I don't think it's the condy Anenome. I know my description if vague but if he ever comes out I'll take a picture. The foot is a very vibrant red like the Condy in the link but the tentacles are a light purple and are not nearly as long. He's always been small and for the 6 months I've had him seemed quite happy on one of 2 places in the tank and wouldn't wonder until recently going under the rocks and not coming out. His neighbors on that rock were just 2 small feather dusters and other rock with CA
on it. The other corals are on other areas of the tank, the fish always left him alone.
He's not actually attached to a rock, he's just under the rocks "sitting" on the sand bottom.
I'll move the position of the powerheads and see if that makes any difference.
I've read previously of people having an anenome disappear for a week or so and come out as two, that it would disappear when cloning itself. Is this a possibility?
Light cycle is 8hrs a day on a timer per the LFS
recommendation, no outside light whatsoever reaches this room.