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Old 07-14-2011, 10:15 PM   #21
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I'm sorry...didn't realize there's a humu and a huma-huma (picaso) ....sorry. Its your choice in all honesty I just stumbled across the queen trigger but it gets wayy too big
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I didn't realize these triggers got soo huge
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Isnt the Humu, Humu-Humu and Picasso same fish???!
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Old 07-15-2011, 08:26 AM   #24
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I believe so,
Rhinecanthus aculeatus


The only thing rare about one of the 3 is the odd (though apparently acceptable) spelling
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Old 07-15-2011, 08:28 AM   #25
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Yeah the huma is a bit of a bully, but then again I believe all triggers are.. I use a glove and a full-sized turkey baster to target feed my goby...biggest fish in the tank and he's a wimp
I assume you're talking about the trigger and not a giant-sized goby
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Ahab-im talking about my goby, he's aboput 10 inches long and a huge wimp. And the humu and huma-huma (picasso) are not the same. The humu looks like a slightly naked picasso
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Kind of like the Bursa?
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I imagine you are talking about the reef vs the lagoon trigger. Links to each, which species names, would be appreciated.
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[URL=http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/aquarium-fish-supplies.cfm?c=15+44[/URL]
A link to several different triggers and bios on each, including the niger,picasso,humu, and more

Apparently the picasso is a form of humu, but they are different wanna see a beast of a trigger? Look up a titan trigger

Its really strange because its almost as though there's 4-5 varints of the humu...all with different names
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Thanks for the links Humu-Humu. The links/species names to the ones I'm interested are below:

- Assasi (Rhinecanthus Assasi): Assasi Triggerfish, Red Sea Picasso Triggerfish - Rhinecanthus assasi

- Bursa/Blackpatch/Blackbelly (Rhinecanthus Verrucosus): Boomerang triggerfish - Sufflamen bursa

- Bursa/Lei/Whiteline/Boomerang/Scythe (Sufflamen Bursa):

It's confusing that last two are both referred to as Bursa.
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