Originally Posted by Devilishturtles
Looks to be H. crispa to me. And bleached. Make sure you offer it food a few times a week to help get it's zooxanthellea back. H. crispa is one of the toughest anemones to keep alive because, like yours, they are usually stressed and bleached out. It could be adjusting to your lighting, and will move again in a few days. For now though, I'd probably leave it alone to do it's own thing.
Yep, I've been trying to leave it alone and just let it do its own thing.
I've tried feeding it but it doesn't seem to accept/react to food. I've tried small pieces of shrimp and brine shrimp. Will it maybe just not eat for the first few days?
My tank is showing 0 trate/trite/ammonia, so things are good. I have a small algae bloom problem but other than that all corals are doing great and coraline is starting to form on base rock!!
As for the CSS220 - it's been working great. It pulls out a ton of stuff! I'll probably be upgrading soon to a larger tank and skimmer and then I'll be able to do a fair comparison but I honestly have no problems with it at all!