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Old 06-28-2011, 02:28 AM   #1
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How many & type of triggers in 125g fowlr?

Hi! I need you help!!!

How many triggers can I put in a 125gallon FOWLR?

I want to have a Niger trigger, Pink tail, and clown triggers and each are approximately 3-4 inches..

If not, what's the minimum tank size for all 3 triggers?

Also, which trigger should I introduce first and what's the best way/order to introduce them?

On a different note, what is the minimum tank size for: (1) Niger, (2) pink tail, (3) clown, (4) humu Picasso, (5) Humu rectangle, (6) Bursa, and (7) undulated?

And what's the best possible way/order to introduce them? And if I cannot combine all 7 triggers, which ones can I house together?

Thank you so much for your help! Haha as you can see, I LOVE triggerfish!
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1.5g, fowlr

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