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Old 09-11-2011, 10:13 PM   #11
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Ok I know what your saying
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Old 09-11-2011, 10:14 PM   #12
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Triggers are usually good with eachother as long as they can both defend themselves. I have a niger and durgon together and theyre fine. The nigers like 0.5 the size too. Good Luck!!!!
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Oh ok cool. Good to know! Thank very much. Do triggers like anything special in the tank?
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Oh ok cool. Good to know! Thank very much. Do triggers like anything special in the tank?
Yes they love any inverts you have in there,...they think you put them in there so they can eat'em.... I've got two triggers,..a rectangular ( humuhumu ) and a picaso trigger,.. They are great critters but can be rather aggressive towards each other other tank mates at the drop of a hat...they're messy eaters and self appointed interior tank decorators also.....but ,..ya gotta love 'em ..., they're just cool.
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Ha thanks for the input! Yea I think they are some of the coolest fish!
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I love triggers
I have a clown and a humu together going on 2 years ..they get along fine with eachother and the existing tank mates,...My humu has killed new additions the past 3 times i tried ..Its a love/hate thing with him...He owns the tank and would probably rip my finger off if i put in there...I think he's going to be traded in when i upgrade for a sargassum or blueline
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Very nice. What else do you have in there?
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Triggers are usually good with eachother as long as they can both defend themselves. I have a niger and durgon together and theyre fine. The nigers like 0.5 the size too. Good Luck!!!!
those two aren't even in the same class as undulate and clown triggers. completely different behavior.
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So what triggers are in the same class. Let's go with aggressive and none aggressive. I know they are all aggressive but just curious what your thoughts are
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blue throat, pink tail, niger...all are pretty docile (generally speaking)
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