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    Looks like a yellow margin triggerfish

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    1. Pseudobalistes flavomarginatus (I think)
    2. Ctenochaetus binotatus
    3. Aeoliscus punctatus
    4. Plectroglyphidodon leucozonus
     
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    I could be wrong but that looks awfully close to another members link on a Titan Trigger, where did you catch this guy?
     
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    this looks like a Kole Tang
     
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    Thought so too at first, but markings are different. The angry titan trigger looks like it has decent sized teeth lol
     
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    The titans to have a blue tinge to the eyes as well from a young age which is why I think its a yellow marginfish trigger
     
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    The second one is commonly known as a two spot bristle tooth.
     
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    I think common names together with the Latin names will help...
     
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    Common will help lol got these in Ballito what can I keep in a tank these are all in holding I'm still here and can relese
     
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    Common names:

    1. Yellow margin trigger
    2. The blue eye tang
    3. means Aeoliscus strigatus- razorfish (have quite a few at two oceans aquarium swin upside down)
    4. Whitebar damselfish
     
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    Pomadasys laurentino or P. furcatum
     
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    the trigger fish juvenile i would say is Balistoides viridescens:


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    Nd that is
     
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    grunter....
     
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    You can keep the trigger and the surgeon, though they're both aggressive species. Trigger is particularly nasty, even as triggers go. Also gets huge. They're both quite scarce catches though, so I'm sure someone would be interested in them if you're not.

    I'd avoid the shrimpfish because they're very specialised and need constant live food like a seahorse or pipefish.

    Throw back the damsel, they're horrible things.
     
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