So... with a 14" GBTA, a 12" GBTA, a 10" GBTA, a 10" RBTA, and a 8" GBTA, I was able to accidentally strategically place them in the best areas on the rocks to isolate the back of the tank from the front of the tank... so basically a natural barrier that clownfish can penetrate... and since the 6-line wrasse likes to hang out in the back he wasn't able to get any food after his supply of copepods ran out! Poor him... Tonight he broke through the barrier, but paid the price. He was covered in a slimy substance of anemone mucus! J) He was apparently stung... then I guess the clowns took care of him! So I think he's a goner... I feel sorry for him, but again I think it is the best interested of the clownfish if they are going to mate. Now I just need to find him and remove him... I would have rather been able to catch him and sell him or give him back to the LFS, but if the clownfish need to bring new life to the world, it is necessary for him to be gone. The moral of the story for me is to listen to BAR about mean fish and not buy them... and that I probably shouldn't hand-feed my anemones anymore. :~ Just felt like sharing my story!