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Old 12-04-2010, 10:06 AM   #11
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Thanks for the advice guys, I guess that I will pass on an Undulate Triggerfish. Which Triggerfish is the most docile?

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Old 12-04-2010, 08:28 PM   #12
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i think the niger trigger is a good choice.
the blue throat and pink tail are both considered less aggressive the most.
i'm not totally trigger savvy but i know the ones to avoid- undulate, and clown.
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Old 12-05-2010, 12:18 AM   #13
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I really like the Niger trigger, they have a cool crescent moon shaped tail, also the purple color is beautiful. Most Petco's seem to have a Niger, as well as my LFS. My LFS also had a pink tail, huma X 2, and a undulate trigger.

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i really haven't seen an ugly trigger. some day, i hope to have a tank that i can keep one in- the only trouble is, i'm a reef addict. every FOWLR i ever owned was only one for a couple weeks, until i bought proper lighting...lol.
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I think the humu trigger is a great pet. I have a humu and a Niger and they are wonderful.
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Blue chin trigger is safe with soft corals from what I've heard. But look out shrimp! lol. Niger triggers get pretty big if they live out their lives. Well over a foot long.
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I have a niger trigger for the most part he is very calm and minds his buisness but everynow and then he will have small spats of aggression. They do get large but seem to grow fairly slowly from my expiernece.
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