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Old 08-11-2011, 10:52 PM   #11
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They would be fine together. What size tank you looking at?
Anywhere from 125-180 gallon. (Probably 150-180). It would be a fowlr.
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Definately ok. Good luck with your fish.
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Definately ok. Good luck with your fish.
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Definately ok. Good luck with your fish.
Yeah ,i agree...those are said to be 2 of the more laid back triggers ...
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Yup. You can tell if a trigger is very mean by its mouth. If its pointed upward like a blue chin or niger, its more peaceful than most triggers. If its mouth is pointed straight, thats when they become aggressive. Let us know how they do together if you get them.
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Just wanted to jump in here:

the kind of trigger you pick makes a big difference on the chances of success.

For example; if you put an Undulated and a Titan in the same tank= World War III

But if you try a Sargassum (Red Tail) and a Blue Jaw= better chance of success.

There are some real well-known nasties that don't play nice for very long. Like Clown Triggers, Titans, Undulated, Pink Tails, Fuscus (Blue Line), Queen Triggers, and IMHO Picasso's. Lots of exceptions to this, I am sure, but in general....
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