Aquareef 400, replaced standard lights with V2 Ilumenair 1200 LED lighting with a dawn, morning, day, evening, dusk and moonlight cycle. Currently house: 1 Foxface 1 Regal tang 2 cardinals 1 leopard wrasse 1 maroon clownfish 1 mandarin goby/dragonet 1 falco hawk fish assorted hermit crabs and some snails 1 whelk 5 nassarius snails 1 cleaner shrimp (he ate the other three...) 1 orange starfish (no idea species think orange marble or similar) 1 cluster of zooanthids which are doing well a new pink coral which I don't know the name off but watched it grow for a year in the LFS, think its a pink finger leather coral There's also an emerald crab in there...somewhere but I've seen him twice I think. Fighting the fight against green algae (all my water is ROI and made at home) but I seem to be slowly winning that fight, took a step back this month as I accidentally closed the air hose to the protein skimmer. Considering buying an anemone but I am having trouble identifying it. The LFS has said pink tipped anemone but that doesn't seem to be a specific species rather a few species also have that name. The guy who runs the place is really nice and hasn't sold me anything that I haven't requested and always takes things back if I change my mind but he has only started doing marines and isn't as knowledgeable about them as I'd like when making potentially hazardous purchases. I don't have photos of the anemone as it's in the shop. But it's identifying characteristics are: Foot approx 3 inches across column maybe 8 inches long V.long tentacles maybe 6 or 7 inches long Pink Now the closest I could find was the Giant Anemone (which also carries the name pink tipped) but if anyone has a different idea that would be great AND given the animals living in my tank how hazardous would this be to acquire?