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Old 12-07-2013, 03:54 PM   #71
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Yeah wouldn't be regular occurrence a year twice if I was lucky lol do you just feed plenty of frozen food?
I make most of my own food. But yes, silversides and such.
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So bigger things rather than krill and brine etc? Do they need food with shells or anything?
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They like shrimp, krill and clams in shell, it helps wear down their teeth. He cares nothing about vegetables.
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Old 12-07-2013, 06:23 PM   #74
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Thanks for your help trying to persuade the mrs for an early Xmas present ATM !
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You won't be disappointed with a blue-throat (or a peaceful trigger in general.) I absolutely LOVE triggers and would have more, unfortunately they do tend to limit your other stocking options, at least when you are looking at triggers outside the blue throat
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Yeah I love huma huma. I would love one but don't want it nipping at lion or damaging coral I intend to add
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Old 12-07-2013, 07:12 PM   #77
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Yeah I love huma huma.
why thank you

In all honesty, I love the picassos but they aren't my favorite anymore and they can be quite problematic once bigger
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Lol! Yeah unfortunately the same with clown triggers suppose bright colours must be a warning. What triggers do you have?
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I've kept several niger triggers and 2 picassos. The Nigers were consistent from fish to fish but the picassos seem to have slight persona variations . Won't be keeping picassos anymore due to their tendency to get aggressive as they age
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If i bought the male and then added a female would they likely pair or just cause issues?
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