Do the Chinese post here ? Are they catching it to keep in their reef tanks ?If he cant use it, he can always donate to a friend. It is better than the Chinese coming to our waters and catch everything. You should ask them why
Many guys catch something and ask for ID later not knowing what it is, I see it all the time. I believe I know my local fish species quite well and this was the first time I had seen this particular species. I also have the tanks to keep it if it is or not reef safe. So that was not a concern for me. I apologise if that upsets you.So why do you remove the fish not knowing what fish it is and if it’s reef safe?
Awesome @warrmich let us know how he doing once settled in. I also got a fowlr, and love triggers.@Murphy @r0ckf1re if its not reef safe, it will go into a fish only tank....I've just started a small mixed reef cube with no inhabitants as ye and was wondering if I could put him in there. Plus I've never had a trigger before and seeing as this was the first one I've seen while diving, I was over excited and took him without thinking....but now that I have him I want to provide him with the best suitable home....hence my question if he's reef safe.
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