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Old 09-07-2011, 10:03 AM   #11
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your getting a niger i thought??
He won't harm your corals,,no trigger or puffer will...The may move em around once in awhile ,,but won't eat em or nip em...

Really? And they want eat what I already stock?
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As far as what,,fish or corals ....NO....They don't eat corals ...They are predators and eat meat(May eat a fish,but we talked about that already)...If you put all the fish in at once (including the trigger)Your tank should be just fine...Especially with the Niger..I never heard of those going postal Clowns and Humus are a different story
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:18 AM   #13
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As far as what,,fish or corals ....NO....They don't eat corals ...They are predators and eat meat(May eat a fish,but we talked about that already)...If you put all the fish in at once (including the trigger)Your tank should be just fine...Especially with the Niger..I never heard of those going postal Clowns and Humus are a different story


I looked over my older threads, but we never talked about triggers and stuff. First time I've mentioned them. I do appreciate the advice I'm getting now...lol. I was going to ask about the Huma, but I guess you answered that. Lionfish ok to get if my fish are bigger then a inch? Only real small fish I have are my bleeny, gopy, and my clownfish.
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Well ,i'm still new here,,must be getting you confused with someone else Sorry..
A lionfish and trigger are a no-no too...The trigger usually doesn't play nice,,they really like the long flowing fins and go after them..Lions IMO are one of the more boring fish,,cool looking yes ,but usually just hang in a corner waiting to be fed...They come eat and go back to sleep ...I think eventually though it will go after your clowns and goby...I would put the lion in your old 90 alone..
I would not get a HUMU,,i really think i'll be trading mine in after the upgrade

EDIT:its slitherbob i talked about triggers with ....sorry buddy..
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Achilles Tang? But you think the Niger trigger would do fine?
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Yes i do,,
,but personally don't think a 150 is big enough for an Achilles...they are crazy active,,..i never owned one ,but a buddy of mine had one in his 180 and just knew it wasn't too happy in there...
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Hi guys! LOLOLOL I'm getting NY Niger trigger within an hour. I'll tell you how he first reacts when put in my tank just as a small reference point.
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Yes i do,,
,but personally don't think a 150 is big enough for an Achilles...they are crazy active,,..i never owned one ,but a buddy of mine had one in his 180 and just knew it wasn't too happy in there...

Ok, so I'll stick with the blue tang. Opinions on snowflake eels?
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Hi guys! LOLOLOL I'm getting NY Niger trigger within an hour. I'll tell you how he first reacts when put in my tank just as a small reference point.

Pics please!!! I wanna see it...
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I'm so excited about it! Should be here by 10:30!!!
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