Photo #9 - Niger Trigger - Yellow Tang, Banner Fish, Dwarf L...

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 48" x 30" x 24" 3/4 " acrylic
Advice: Enjoy your critters
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Banner Fish, Dwarf Lionfish, damsels
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 150 gallons
About Yourself: 50 years old. Have kept fish since I was 10.

COMMENTS

I've never had any problems with triggers being aggressive toward each other or other fish. My triggers were fairly small when I got them (2.5-3"). I got the clown first. I would advise picking a trigger that is in a tank with other triggers already. Don't pick the one chasing all the others and don't pick the one cowering in the corner. Don't pick a trigger in a tank by himself, he is likely by himself for good reason. I did have a large clown trigger years ago that bit (and scratched) at the walls of the tank! fish avatar
do your triggers ever have problems with eachother or any of the other fish? how big were they when u got them? Did u get them at the same time? any suggestions for me i want to get some triggers for my new tank. fish avatar

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