Originally Posted by sgtrlgrl
Thanks, its 4 t5 HO
10ks, and 2 actinic t5 HO
That's actually a decent amount of light for this species. You can add the extra but it's not needed just for the BTA.
Will a bulb tip anemone hurt the corals? I also have a galaxia that I know is aggressive and a colt coral.
Both to some degree. It's not just the damage to each others close proximity/direct contact but also the chemical warfare going on that you can't see. This will often affect the life of the whole tank. I would highly recommend you use carbon on a regular basis if not 24/7. Many LPS
/soft corals and anemones produce a fair amount of toxins as well as nematocysts, the carbon will help keep them out of the water column.
If the anemone settles in an area too close to a coral, moving the coral is more advantageous where possible. There's a good chance the enemone will stay put. Coral's don't wander
An anemone that won't settle down is usually due to two main reasons, lighting and water flow (directional mostly). Given the lighting you have, I'm inclined to suspect it doesn't like something about the flow in certain spots.