Calvin i agree with you that they not for most people because of the risk of them not eating or us not feeding them properly. I do however know some local guys that do keep them well fed and they are thriving in the displays. There's also many folks local and internationally that questions the morality in keeping sharks in captivity. I personally do not have a problem with that and would love to one day also have a shark tank.
Yip I've also not had any luck with MI's
Had a pair and getting them to eat wasn't a problem. Fed a mixture of LPS and SPS daily..
Seriously they went to town. Sadly had to return them to the Indian Ocean.
Thats what i hate about JHB, we only return to LFS and only ocean to go see is wildwaters in Boksburg...and if you dive behind the breakers at WW the cars on the N12 drive over you..yeah JHB place of gold..
Personally id put it in a reef. There is only one way to find out whether is will nip at coral or not and that is to try... i have kept many triggers and butterflys in a reef and never had a problem. i think when they get hungry they will revert back to what they used to in nature.
agree with you reefer.at the moment ive got a blackbar trigger with my LPS & SPS,he never targeted any of the corals nor other fish,guess he's still small.but then again i guess it depends on the indivdual species