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Old 07-27-2011, 03:08 PM   #1
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Are any Trigger Fish reefsafe?
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Not 100% reef safe, but I'm sure you could have a few hardy corals with a trigger, problem is they got one heck of hit, not to mention teeth. So they more than likely would nip away at any colorful wavy coral
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Blue throat triggers are completely reef safe if they are raised on brine shrimp!
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I want a Niger Triggerfish. I don't have any corals in my tank right now. Just live rock. I have a pair of Clarkii Clownfish and a purple long tentacle anemone.
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I want a Niger Triggerfish. I don't have any corals in my tank right now. Just live rock. I have a pair of Clarkii Clownfish and a purple long tentacle anemone.
How big of a tank do you have, nigers can get rather big
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