Bursa Triggerfish



Bursa Triggerfish can also be referred to by the name of Black Patch Triggerfish or Blackbelly Triggerfish. Sufflamen bursa could be called The Bursa Triggerfish. Rhinecanthus verrucosus's face has a half-white and half-yellow face. it also sports an elongated mustache that is pencil thin and a vibrant mask around the eyes. Another distinctive characteristic is a huge black circlular space around the abdomen. It is recommended to have a 125-gallon or bigger aquarium that has caves and rocks. It can alter the arrangement of the rocks and landscaping. It will vocalize by making a grunting sound. The Bursa Trigger requires a diverse diet consisting of meaty and fatty foods such as Krill, squid small fish, clams, and hard-shelled shrimp to keep their ever-growing teeth. Approximate Size of Purchase: Small: 1" to 2"; Medium: 2" to 3"; Large 3" to 4"  
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General information on Bursa Triggerfish The Bursa Triggerfish has a face that is half-white and half-yellow. it also sports an extremely thin mustache that is pencil-thin and an attractive mask over the eyes. Another distinctive aspect is the huge circular black area in the abdomen. It requires a huge aquarium filled with caves and rocks. It can change the arrangement of the landscaping and rocks. It will vocalize with the sound of grunting.  
Large, Medium, Small
6 lbs


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