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What is the least agressive triggerfish?


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    Default What is the least agressive triggerfish?

    I have had nigers and clowns. Just wandering if there's a trigger that is a little more reef safe, not spit at you and try taking fingers off lol. Or do they all have a nasty attitude?

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    Thanks chort55 for helping me out.
    I've never seen either fish in person. I did research with the info you gave, and both fish are very nice looking. Sorry to hear about your peppermint. Just don't hear much about triggers in a reef setting. But I want at least one. So1 of these 2 I'll put in once tank is completely established. Triggers are just full of personality.

    I knew that some fish in this family are, considered reef safe. I couldn't find them though.

    Thanks again,
    Jim

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    Tank is 36x24x30. I've read more up on them. I have reconsidered it. I agree with you. Wish front room was bigger

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