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Old 10-29-2010, 09:03 PM   #1
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Triggerfish setup

Starting up a new 75 gallon saltwater setup with the main purpose is to have a rectangular triggerfish or two in it .
Had a few saltwater tanks years ago so the initial setups etc I'm pretty familular with,. But my question would be,...considering the "terrier" nature of the beast is there any sort of soft coral or anenomoes that they might not tear up,..I think it might look nicer to have something wiggling in the current rather than just barren rocks. , but gotta gotta have my humu's regardless,....thanks,Dary
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