I've got myself 2 anemones at the moment and I've had trouble on the last two Long tip anemones that I have tried and don't seem to do well. I did my normal 2 hour drip the first time though I have heard of people doing much longer so I set my drip tube valve a little tighter and left it for 5 hours the second time... The next day the anemones seem agitated and begin "shedding" or "puking" some mucus then slowly dying off by day 2-3. I noticed abit of cyano at the LFS this week but the anemones are still fine, the same batch.. They were in the LFS store tanks for a month before I purchased and I tried one 2 weeks ago and one last week when I got my lucky clownfish. I tested my water and the only thing that was above my moderate levels was my nitrates at 10ppm. I noticed my flame reef lobster had eaten my little sponge that I purchased and caught him munching out on it several times so I was glad to figure that one out. But could he be the suspect? have they ever been known to take a bite or two out of anemones? I've had him for awhile now and he's only ever attacked the sponge and all my other corals/anemones are fine untouched and he is quite weary of them.