ok, so im a little new to this. I've had a tank with 3 green spotted puffers and a newly adopted figure 8 but have just recently decided to try a saltwater tank. its a 29 gallon. i have live sand, live rock, and i let it cycle with 3 damsels for a month. I recently bought 2 clownfish. One true percula and an ocellaris. They were getting along great. Also we have a mandarin goby. I wanted to see if the tank would sustain an anemone so i bought a cheap one, a condylactis anemone. which didnt look bad and was only about $15. I wanted a more expensive one that was recommended for our clowns but didnt want to spend $70 on something that might not make it. This afternoon I got up and started to get ready for work and i noticed my ocellaris was missing. I searched high and low and moved all of the rocks around as the damsels that we cycled the tank with loved to go in them and burrow under them. No occellaris anywhere, checked all the rocks, behind equipment in the tank, everywhere and i couldnt find him. I noticed that the anemone was rather healthy looking for the light to have been off. After about an hour of searching and not finding the clownfish I dicided that the anemone must have, well, ate him. So i started trying to see if i could tell if there was anything in it. I moved him around a lot and must have caused him enough stress that he finally spit him out. He was already dead though. Needless to say I took the anemone back to the LFS and am searching for something better. Figured I might save a few people some heartache. Also wanted to know some good ideas for my fish seeing as i will probably be buying another ocellaris, or perhaps another percula. Has anyone else had this happen? What type of fish/anemone should I buy. I had this anemone for about a month and he stayed healthy and was growing so I'm sure the tank can sustain it. Any help, stories, or advice would be greatly appreciated!