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Old 08-03-2013, 10:25 PM   #31
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I have a lion a clown trigger a Picasso trigger and puffers and tangs all together they should be perfectly fine keep them well fed.
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Old 08-03-2013, 11:53 PM   #32
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I have a lion a clown trigger a Picasso trigger and puffers and tangs all together they should be perfectly fine keep them well fed.
Getting ready to do a fish only I have a Aussie tusk, red breasted wrasse and a clown trigger in QT now until I finish setup going with a 120 long acrylic just cut open the top yesterday putting it in the wall of the man cave.


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Old 08-04-2013, 03:30 AM   #33
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Getting ready to do a fish only I have a Aussie tusk, red breasted wrasse and a clown trigger in QT now until I finish setup going with a 120 long acrylic just cut open the top yesterday putting it in the wall of the man cave.
That's awesome do you have any other fish in mind??
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Old 08-04-2013, 04:00 AM   #34
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I don't quite understand why everybody seems to carry the whole "its a triggerfish, itll go crazy one day" mentality. I've had 3 Nigers, 2 Picassos, and a bursa. they all were in the tank with either the Black volitan I had, or the fuzzy dwarf. the only time I experienced a broken spine was with my black volitan and I was trying to feed him and he overshot. the one thing that I would def stay on top of is keeping their bellies full, this will alleviate a lot of their aggressive tendencies, especially if they don't feel the need to compete for food. although im heading in a different direction now with my tank, I must say it was nice to have the fish that most salties couldn't have. plus anytime I had a fish casuality in my house, someone in the aggressive tank would eat it lol
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That's awesome do you have any other fish in mind??
Some wrasses and a puffer.
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Some wrasses and a puffer.
I suggest a porcupine puffer they have great personality.
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Wow, looks good.


I'm doing something similar but not as aggressive
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I suggest a porcupine puffer they have great personality.
Will research it.
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