I purchased mine about a week ago and my percula took an instant love to it. No sooner do the halides go off then he is off to make love to the anenome. They're worse than Sonny and Cher. Here's the problem. When I bought it, the LFS owner, (who's had his store more than 15 years and really knows his business) recommended I feed it krill or silversides if it didn't take the former. I bought both. I tried a half chunk of the krill first, and the anenome "latched on" but let go a few min's later. The next day I defrosted a single silverside in RO/DI water, cut it to decrease its length by half, and was able to slide it into the mouth of the anenome. It was in deep enough that the clown didn't know it was there, and the anenome looked happy. Thirty min's later I saw the silverside on the sand. The next day I took the other half of silverside and just placed it near, but not in the anenome's mouth, but the clown took it away before a minute went by. The next day I fed the fish first to distract the clown, and stuck a chunk of krill on the anenome, and the same thing happened--it lost interest a few min's later. The LFS owner said it's important to get it to eat before it shrivels up and doesn't take food. I told him I thought they were somewhat photosynthetic, but he stated that the mostly white sebae I bought with purple tips are dependent on meaty foods and they must eat, lest they die. Has anyone got any hints or tips for me to get this guy to eat?