Thank you for the reply!
I did tons of trigger fish research over the last couple of day. I love humahumas, and have since I was a kid, so it's natural that I would want one! After plenty of research, I came to the same conclusion - they need at least 6 footers ultimately. Their intelligence, personality, and quirks make me want one all the more, but it will have to wait until I upgrade to a proper "large" tank!
So - back to the drawing board (good thing too - because my first idea apparently would have been one large buffet for a trigger that wants a bigger home!).
A small puffer (was thinking maybe a blue-spotted or a Bennet's?) would definitely be fun - as long as I could still keep an anemone. If I'm doing FOWLR
, then I'd like an anemone (eventually, I know they need mature tanks).
Assuming puffers and anemone's can coexist peacefully:
- Blue Spotted Puffer
- Bubble Tip Anemone
- Pair of tank-bred Clowns
- Raccoon-faced Butterfly
- Potentially some type of Dwarf Angel? (Flame, Coral Beauty, Red Stripe).
Although - since my real goal in a FOWLR
tank was to have a trigger, and now that I am beginning to understand 90g really isn't a large tank, rather a moderate-sized tank - I am thinking of redoing the plan entirely to focus on smaller fish, allowing the puffers and so on to live in larger, more appropriate tanks.
With the small fish idea in mind - what would be a nice schooling fish that I could keep in a 90g (likely with an anemone and a pair of clowns)?
Additionally - umm, will anemones eat inverts, like a sea hare? I'm fascinated with these creatures, and would love to have one!