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FAQs about Balistoides (Clown, Titan) Triggerfish Reproduction

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by Robert (Bob) Fenner

Sexual differences for clown trigger Hi Bob, I'd like to know if is possible to find the difference between male clown trigger and female. It's very important for me to find them because I 'd like to keep a pair of Balistoides conspicillum Thank you very much Lorenzo <Have heard of various schemes over the years that supposedly can be used to distinguish the sexes of this trigger species... but don't believe any of them myself. And more importantly, this species is very infrequently kept as any more than "one to a tank"... even very large systems (thousands, tens of thousands of gallons). They REALLY fight amongst themselves... even in the wild... almost always encountered (as more than small individuals) singly. If you're going to try this, make sure you have a sturdy tank divider, some place to separate the combatants. Bob Fenner>

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