Apr 14,  · The Blue Dot Puffer prefers a tank of at least 50 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim. The Canthigaster epilamprus is a omnivore and likes to eat variety of chopped meats (fish, scallop, shrimp, squid, clam).

It may even nip the fins of tank mates, leaving a circular hole as its mark. Log in or Sign up. Bay Area, CA Posts:

Sep 08,  · When I was checking on my blue spot puffer he was nowhere to be found. Guess he got lonely cuz I looked and looked like an idiot and he was just to my left area in my main tank staring at me like a puppy. Somehow he jumped out of my overflow area and up into my main tank.
The False-eye Puffer, Sharpnosed Puffer, Solander's Toby, or Blue-spotted Toby are in the family of
The Blue Dot puffer also known as the Blue Dot Toby or Sharp-nosed Puffer is a medium maintenance fish. The Blue Dot Puffer may be aggressive at times. It may even nip the fins of tank mates, leaving a circular hole as its mark. It has fused beak-like structured teeth.
The False-eye Puffer, Sharpnosed Puffer, Solander's Toby, or Blue-spotted Toby are in the family of
Apr 14,  · The Blue Dot Puffer prefers a tank of at least 50 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim. The Canthigaster epilamprus is a omnivore and likes to eat variety of chopped meats (fish, scallop, shrimp, squid, clam).

The Blue Dot puffer also known as the Blue Dot Toby or Sharp-nosed Puffer is a medium maintenance fish. The Blue Dot Puffer may be aggressive at times. It may even nip the fins of tank mates, leaving a circular hole as its mark. It has fused beak-like structured teeth.

Guess he got lonely cuz I looked and looked like an idiot and he was just to my left area in my main tank staring at me like a puppy.

Somehow he jumped out of my overflow area and up into my main tank. Will he hurt pistol shrimp, cleaner shrimp or fire shrimp? I haven't noticed anything eaten yet but keeping an eye on him.

I suspect that your shrimp are going to hide all the time. Mine are no longer out and about, and when they did risk it, mine will go after them right away. Originally Posted by Toddrtrex. Puffers are like that. Odd combination, not the best swimmers but great jumpers. The shrimp thing will depend a lot on personality really. My Caribbean insists on testing everyone even if it was not edible before.

The snails have learned to stay high up in the tank. Puffer and surprisingly a Humu trigger in main tank and surprising haven't touched any snails or corals; keeping an eye on them though. Originally Posted by Triggerfish. Originally Posted by ozorowsky. All times are GMT The time now is Use of this web site is subject to the terms and conditions described in the user agreement. Blue Spot puffer Is a blue spot puffer reef safe? Find More Posts by ozorowsky.

Bay Area, CA Posts: Find More Posts by rssjsb. Carol Stream, IL Posts: They can get just about anything that the other stores can't normally get. I bought a large marine betta from them and it is doing just great! I know the guy in charge of saltwater and he's great at giving me deals. I've asked him to try to get a blue spotted toby puffer and a juvenile or small adult majestic angel.

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C opyright TheReefTank. Blue Spotted Toby Puffer??? Find More Posts by Master Kyle Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. I have a 90g so A 50 gallon or larger, fish-only aquarium is suitable. Its teeth are actually a fused beak-like structure. It may eat invertebrates found in a reef tank. It becomes alarmed when in a net, therefore, use a container to transfer it.

The diet of the Blue Spotted Puffer needs a varied diet of meaty foods including; squid, krill, clams, and hard shelled shrimp to help wear down their ever growing teeth.

Vinnyboombatz , Aug 4, I have read that too, I was asking what people who have them actually feed them. I have google as well. Mar 23, Messages: I feed mine mysis and clams. The crazy thing also eats flake, nori and pretty much anything I put in the tank. Jason McKenzie , Aug 4, Bill and Vinnyboombatz like this.

Sorry I read it as you asking about the diet and how to keep the teeth short. Bill and DSC reef like this. May 31, Messages: I always feed my puffers and triggers table shrimp shell on ,oysters,clams fully closed,open about half way and let them work a bit ,,trigger formula cubes,NLS and hikari pellet food..

The Blue Spotted Puffer may also be called the Blue Dot Toby or Blue Dot Sharp-nosed Puffer. Members of the Canthigaster genus are called Sharp-nosed Puffers or Tobies. The Blue Spotted Puffer Canthigaster solandri and the Papuan Toby Puffer Canthigaster papua have very similar characteristics. The Blue Dot puffer also known as the Blue Dot Toby or Sharp-nosed Puffer is a medium maintenance fish. The Blue Dot Puffer may be aggressive at times. It may even nip the fins of tank mates, leaving a circular hole as its mark. It has fused beak-like structured teeth. Aug 04,  · From LA:The Blue Spotted Puffer may also be called the Blue Dot Toby or Blue Dot Sharp-nosed Puffer. Members of the Canthigaster genus are called Sharp-nosed Puffers or Tobies. The Blue Spotted Puffer Canthigaster solandri and the Papuan Toby Puffer Canthigaster papua have very similar characteristics. The lack of orange coloration around the mouth of the Blue Spotted Puffer .