The Humu Humu Trigger, Rhinecanthus aculeatus, features a striking coloration with yellow, blue and black lines on a white body. It is sometimes known as the Picasso Trigger. Sometimes, the Humu Humu can emit an audible whirring sound. They are best kept away from other triggers, and in a tank with plenty of live rock.. They will feed on a varied carnivorous diet. The Humu Humu is relatively easy to care for and is the among the hardiest marine fish. It is reef safe but should be monitored with small inverts and corals. This is one of the most popular species of trigger and for good reason; they are absolutely stunning and also easy to care for.
Love this cool-looking fish! Peaceful, with a ton of personality. He'll come up to the long handled food
dispenser and nibbles from it. Sleeps in the same spot in a crevice on 1 of my live rocks. Love this fish.
Love this little fella. I know it wont be too long before it gets big. He is active and has a healthy appetite. Wonderful addition to the tank.
Might be my favorite fish in my tank. I got one about 1” and is the tank “tough guy”. He wanders all around the tank and when gets too close to one of my damsels spots just ignores the damsels attempts to chase him away. I just got a clown fish that clings to his side. Fun to watch and has a big personality.
Is definitely an aggressive fish. Any additions need to be at least his size or larger in my aquarium.