The clown will be fine, but it's not a guarantee that it will ever go in the anemone. Although, IME, if there is nothing else more tempting in the tank, they usually will. Some do it immediately, and w/ others it takes time, sometimes weeks, maybe months. The lighting schedule concerns me some. Beside changes in intensity stressing corals, a change in the color or K
of the lighting can stress animals as well. You would be much safer and better off IMO
, by starting out w/ only a few hours a day. A 7 hour photoperiod is plenty long enough to do damage if it's going to happen. I recommend starting w/ four hours, six would be about the max. IMO
. Different brand bulbs, even if marked the same K
, will not be identical. Usage also shifts K
some, so no two set ups are the same.