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Can you keep triggerfish with clownfish?

Can you keep triggerfish with clownfish?

As a strict carnivore, the clown trigger will eat any fish he can fit in his mouth, so never house yours with a fish significantly smaller than him. The clown triggerfish is highly aggressive, so even large, peaceful fish are likely to get bullied or attacked.

Are HUMU HUMU triggers aggressive?

Lesser aggressive than the Queen, Undulated, or Clown Triggerfish, the Humu can learn to live peacefully with many large non-aggressive fish. If you are looking for a fish with a LOT of personality, the Humu Triggerfish is the one you want.

Is a HUMU HUMU trigger reef safe?

Picasso triggerfish compatibility The Picasso triggerfish is NOT REEF SAFE. Sorry, I didn’t mean to shout. They love to eat invertebrates. Even if they aren’t eating your inverts, they might knock down or otherwise terrorize your corals.

What foods can a humu humu triggerfish eat?

The humu humu triggerfish is not a picky eater. This fish is, for the most part, carnivore. Their natural foods are: clams, snails, shrimp, krill, squid, etc., and will need to be fed meaty foods to survive. Because their teeth will keep growing, you need to give them some foods, with shells, that will wear down their teeth.

What should I Feed my Humu Picasso triggerfish?

The Humu Picasso Triggerfish needs a varied diet of meaty foods including; squid, krill, clams, small fish and hard shelled shrimp to help wear down their ever growing teeth. Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1″ to 2″; Medium: 2″ to 3″; Medium/Large 3″ to 3 3/4″; Large: 3 3/4″ to 4 1/2″; X Large 4 1/2″ to 5 1/2″ I love this fish.

Is the humuhumu a good fish to buy?

Considering how amazingly beautiful this saltwater aquarium fish is, the Humuhumu is a rather inexpensive fish to purchase, especially as juveniles. This is presumably because they are bold, slow swimmers are likely relatively easy to catch (by saltwater fish standards).

How big is a Humu Picasso triggerfish tank?

I currently have a small specimen (2 inches) in a 65-gallon tank, with about 25 pound of live rock, Scarlet and Blue Leg Hermits, various species of snails, and a Coral Banded Shrimp. The tank also has a Scooter Blenny and three Percula Clownfish with other various SPS/LPS Corals.