Pink Tail Triggerfish for sale originate from the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Pink Tail Triggerfish is named for its very pretty “pink tail”. Their body is deep grey to green color. Both the dorsal and anal fins have a translucent pinkish-to-white appearance marked with darker bands at the outside edges. Lastly, the pectoral fins of the pink tail are yellow in color. The name Triggerfish was given because of the first dorsal fin that is used to lock the fish in place when it takes cover in between rocks or crevices. Any cleaner shrimp added after the trigger will likely be eaten.
Pink Tail trigger for sale – personality
Pinktail Triggers can be a pleasure to keep. They may be shy at first but will become quite docile and outgoing once they are settled in. Unlike some other species of trigger fish, pink tails are rarely aggressive towards its tank mates. They can be aggressive, however to tank mates that are much smaller or introduced to the tank after the Pinktail is introduced. You certainly should not keep more than 1 male pink tail per aquarium. Multiple females can be housed together without issue.
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