(X1) Dogface Pufferfish Med - (X1) Miniatus Grouper Med- (X1) Niger Trigger Med

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(X1) DOGFACE PUFFERFISH MED - (x1) MINIATUS GROUPER MED- (x1) NIGER TRIGGER MED
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DOGFACE PUFFER - MEDIUM 3" - 4" - AROTHRON NIGROPUNCTATUS - FREE SHIPPING
Minimum Tank Size: 120 gallons
Care Level: Moderate
Temperament: Semi-aggressive
Reef Compatible: No
Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025
Max. Size: 1' 2"
The Dogface Puffer, Arothron nigropunctatus, also known as the Dog Face Puffer, is a peaceful marine species that features large expressive eyes and a sad-looking small mouth. As a voracious carnivore, the Dog Face Puffer will unabashedly devour small inverts but won't damage corals. Their hard teeth can easily bite through mollusk and clam shells. It is best kept in a tank of at least 35 gallons with semi-aggressive tank mates and plenty of live rock hiding places. Feeding the Dogface Puffer can be difficult, especially if they feel stressed or insecure. They will take a carnivorous diet of shrimp, squid, clams, and crabs or other meaty marine foods, frozen or live. Only one puffer should be kept per tank.
The Dogface Puffer, like most puffers, have the unique ability to inflate their body to twice its normal size to protect itself from predatory ingestion. Though this is the puffers best known trait, it is advised to never induce this action with your puffer. Further, be sure to never expose the puffer to the air, ever. If the puffer ingests air, it is next to impossible to remove it. Therefore, if ever transferring tanks, be sure to use a container rather than a net to ensure that the puffer is always underwater. They can also be fed the drug fenbendazole to prevent against internal parasites. Overall, this is one of the coolest and most unique marine fish available and every aquarists should care for a puffer at least once.
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MINIATUS GROUPER MED - CEPHALOPHOLIS MINIATA - LIVE FISH CORAL SPS FREE SHIPPING
Minimum Tank Size: 150 gallons
Care Level: Moderate
Temperament: Aggressive
Reef Compatible: With Caution
Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025
Max. Size: 1' 2"
Color Form: Blue, Orange, Yellow
Diet: Carnivore
Compatibility: View Chart
With its vivid color, the Miniatus Grouper makes a gorgeous addition to any tank. It features a large mouth full of small teeth, which are mainly used to prevent escape as the Miniatus Grouper swallows its prey whole, crushingit's prey with the powerful, pharyngeal teeth that line their throats. The Miniatus Grouper is highly territorial and aggressive, and should be added in tank as a last inhabitant. The Miniatus Grouper should be kept in a tank no smaller than 180 gallons along with plenty of live rock structure that will provide them multiple hiding places. The Miniatus Grouper is very well known for their digging behavior and should be provided with thick sand bed in the tank. With such a large appetite, be sure to equip a powerful protein skimmer in addition to strong biological and mechanical filtration. The Miniatus Grouper should be housed with tankmates of similar size to avoid predation. Since it ravenously dines on small fish and motile invertebrates, it is not recommended for reef tanks. The Miniatus Grouper is carnivores and should be fed with a wide variety of meaty foods such as live, frozen, freeze-dried, and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp (as juveniles), mysis shrimp, or even larger chunk foods. Be sure to feed at least 3-5 times a week for continued good health.
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NIGER TRIGGER - MED 3-4" - LIVE SALTWATER FISH - FREE SHIPPING
Minimum Tank Size: 140 gallons
Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Aggressive
Reef Compatible: No
Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025
Max. Size: 1'
Color Form: Blue, Green, Purple
Diet: Carnivore
The Niger Trigger or Redtooth 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 lighting also plays a role in the coloration of any fish in the home aquarium. As an adult, they acquire bright red teeth, and are normally dark purple in color with a blue/green highlight around their face making them quite interesting to watch when they eat.
The Niger Triggerfish requires a 180 gallon or larger aquarium with rocks and caves for hiding, and may rearrange the landscaping and rocks. It vocalizes using a "grunting" sound. They are a great active fish for the more aggressive, fish-only display.

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