Bubble coral

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    Must be doing something right because despite losing some sps, this specimen had to be moved from its original spot because it had grown and expanded so much that it was stinging a long polyp toadstool. Thinking in the next few months the Derasa is going to need to be moved to the left a fair distance.


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    And I love the triggerfish!
     
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    Yeah that’s the little Niger Triggerfish . He’s been pretty well behaved so far. He nipped at the foxface a little bit but now has found his place. No other nipping noticed.


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    I'd put a niger trigger in our new big tank in a heartbeat if I was not concerned about things like shrimp being killed.
     
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    Yeah I hear ya. I don’t have shrimp anymore cause the neon dottyback snakes on them a few years back.


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