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Blue Triggerfish

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Blue Throat Triggerfish
(Xanthichthys auromarginatus)
Starting at $69.99
The Blue Throat Triggerfish, also known as Bluechin Triggerfish, or Gilded Triggerfish, is grayish-brown, covered with light-blue spots. The fins are edged in yellow. The male of the species has a darker blue area on the cheeks, hence the name Bluechin or Blue Throat.A 125 gallon or larger aquarium…
Crosshatch Triggerfish
(Xanthichthys mento)
Starting at $549.99
The Crosshatch Triggerfish, also known as the Blue Cheekline Triggerfish, has a very interesting pattern to its coloration. The body of this Trigger is yellow in color with many dark lines creating a crosshatch pattern. The face of this fish has very distinct blue lines running from the mouth to the…
Bluelined Triggerfish
(Pseudobalistes fuscus)
Starting at $59.99
The Bluelined Triggerfish, also known as the Blue-and-Gold Triggerfish, Blue Triggerfish, Rippled Triggerfish, or Yellowspotted Triggerfish, has a brilliant blue and yellow rippled effect over the entire body, accented by bright green eyes.A 300 gallon or larger aquarium with rocks and caves…
Hydor AQAMAI KPS WI-FI Controllable Wavemaker
(3911)
Starting at $119.99
…System (DMSS) and place them on the clean glass. Install cable protector wrapping around wave pump cable. This protects the pump cable from triggerfish, urchins, and other animals that may damage pump cable.Attach the AQAMAI pump and adjust it as desired.If needed, apply adhesive cable clips on…
Niger Triggerfish
(Odonus niger)
Starting at $20.99
…Trigger is a striking fish for the home aquarium. The exact color of the Niger Triggerfish varies in this species of fish, and can also change from day to day between purple, blue and blue/green with a striking, lighter blue highlight on the fins and long tail lobes. The color temperature of the…
Assasi Triggerfish
(Rhinecanthus assasi)
Starting at $179.99
The Assasi Triggerfish, also known as the Picasso Triggerfish, has a wacky, painted appearance. It has a tan body with gradient dark bands running through the eye area and by the base of the tail. Also, there are vibrant blue and black stripes on the top of the head, with a yellow stripe from cheek…
Queen Triggerfish
(Balistes vetula)
Starting at $139.99
…pattern of lines circling their eyes. Their fins are blue to purple in color and the tail is forked. A 500-gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of swimming space is required for this species as they grow very large. These triggerfish are not safe for the reef aquarium, and will eat any crustacean…
White Tip Triggerfish
(Sufflamen chrysopterus)
Starting at $24.99
The White Tip Triggerfish, also known as the Halfmoon Triggerfish, or Whitetail Triggerfish, has a brownish-black body with a blue underbelly. Yellow highlights the operculum and caudal fin (tail), which has a white tip.A 125 gallon or larger aquarium with rocks and caves provides a good habitat,…
Humu Picasso Triggerfish
(Rhinecanthus aculeatus)
Starting at $29.99
The Humu Picasso Triggerfish, also known as the Humuhumu Triggerfish or Picasso Triggerfish, has a wacky, painted appearance. It has a tan body with gradient dark bands, and vibrant blue and black stripes on the top of the head, with a yellow stripe from cheek to cheek and deeply set-back eyes.A 180…
Humu Rectangle Triggerfish
(Rhinecanthus rectangulus)
Starting at $19.99
Considered to be Hawaii's state fish, the Humu Rectangle Triggerfish, also known as the Rectangular Triggerfish, Wedge-tailed Trigger, or the V-line Humuhumunukunukuapuaa, has a pearly white face and two blue and black stripes across the eyes. It is also recognized by the black V-pattern outlined in…
Chocolate Chip Sea Star
(Protoreaster nodosus)
Starting at $11.99
…marine aquarium housing mild-mannered fish. Since they are slower moving than most fish, it should not be housed with predatory fish, including Triggerfish and Puffers. The Chocolate Chip Sea Star is not considered reef compatible since adults will eat soft corals, sponges, tubeworms, clams, and…
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