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The corals of genus Euphyllia are especially aggressive and use what primary method to attack other corals? (5 pts)
Chemical excretion
Sweeper tentacles
Rapid overgrowth of neighbors
Noxious slime coat
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Golden Heart Trigger
Balistes punctatus

Golden Heart Trigger The Golden Heart Trigger fish is a very aggressive fish found around the waters of the west African coast. They are a beautiful fish that can be seen almost wedging themselves in the rock work of a tank most likely for security.

The Golden Heart Trigger is a very aggressive fish and should be kept with other aggressive fish and is not suitable for reef tanks. This fish is very hardy carnivore so provide a varied diet of meaty treats and you will have a happy tank inhabitant!.

Quick Stats

Territory:
Territory of Golden Heart Trigger
Adult. Size:
24 inches

Survivabliity:
Good

Tank Level:
Mid - Bottom level

Disposition:
Very Aggressive

Minimum Tank Size:
150 Gallon

Reef Rating:
Not Suitable for Reef Tanks

Diet:
Meaty items such as finely chopped crustacean flesh, or any other meaty fare. Meaty frozen items such as mysid shrimp, brine shrimp or any other frozen preparation.