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Old 03-06-2013, 7:16 PM   #1
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Question Huma picasso trigger

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do some research for some new livestock. For the owners of this trigger how hardy are they and will they get along with a blue spot puffer(researching also) that might become his tank mate? Thank you Mike
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Old 03-06-2013, 7:39 PM   #2
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They are very hardy..hard to kill really. Can be pretty aggressive with other trigs but should be fine with the puffer. Ive had a huma with a dog face puffet and they loved each other.

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It's been a long time since I've kept this particular fish but when I did....they were very hardy. Easily trained to eat different foods. Mine were very social. Now with any animal, that can change from each one. I would do two things before acquiring....watch them in a tank and have them fed to make sure they are eating before taking one home (actually do this with any fish).
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Thanks for the info guys.
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yes they can go together. we actually keep ours with a clown trigger and they get along great. They are awesome fish/great personality. good luck.

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