Male Bluejaw Trigger (Quarantined)

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Unless specified as WYSIWYG, the photographs are a representative sample and the product you receive may be slightly different in shape and coloration. Many factors can influence the appearance of corals such as stressful events like shipping, lighting changes, intensity, spectrum, water chemistry, and overall nutrition. Typically speaking if corals lose color during transit they will recover them in a relatively short period in optimal conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

Bluejaw Trigger
CARE LEVEL TEMPERAMENT DIET
REEF SAFE
Intermediate Semi-Aggressive
Carnivore
With Caution
PURCHASE SIZE MAX SIZE
ORIGIN
TANK SIZE
APPROX 5" 9"
Indo 120g
SG
TEMPERATURE
dKH
pH
1.020-1.025 72-78F
8-12
8.1-8.4

Only after passing a minimum four week quarantine and a five point inspection for overall health, appetite, coloration, energy and demeanor will the best, most healthy specimens be taken to the Salty Lagoon holding system! These fish are guaranteed to be among the most healthy available for sale online. So much so that any purchases from this category are backed by a Live-Arrival 7 Day Guarantee!

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Xanthichthys auromarginatus

 The Bluejaw Triggerfish can also be known as the Gilded Triggerfish or the Blue Throat Triggerfish.  Bluejaw Triggerfish require a 120 gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of rocks and caves in their environment. Males have more yellow on the fins and the signature blue throat/jaw while Females are lighter in coloration with less yellow on the fins and without the signature blue jaw. They are known to rearrange the landscape in their aquarium and to "grunt" which can be mistaken for talking.

The diet of the Bluejaw Trigger should be a varied diet of High Quality Krill, Mysis, Brine, other vitamin enriched/meaty foods, and hard shelled shrimp or other invertebrates to help wear down their teeth which are ever growing. 

Triggerfish, along with other fish, corals and invertebrates will also benefit greatly from Live Phytoplankton which is readily available to them in the wild.

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