Will a Niger Triggerfish go on a shrimp-killing rampage in a reef tank? I know that species will go after inverts when they get larger. And while I'm on the topic of the Niger Triggerfish, I would like to know if it will attack my Lawn Mower Goby, Long-Nose Hawkfish, or my Bicolor Dotty Back. They have their individual territories/shelters in the 175 gallon tank, and the larger inhabitants are all vegetarians, so I'm concerned that a fish from the Trigger family (which are notoriously known for their aggressiveness) might cause more damages than the price of that actual Niger Trigger. The main reason I'm talking about this on the forum is because my local fish dealer has the Niger Trigger on the Reef Safe Side of the store, but I know these triggers can get large and aggressive ( I had an iccident when I was diving in Hawaii. I ran in to a school of about 20 +, which I didn't know they did school in the wild, and apparently as a large group they have a large territorial, so naturally when I got within about 30 yards, they turned toward me and a few of the larger ones in the group tried to scare me off or something, so they started to nip my fins.) Long story short, if they are that aggressive to a large diver, what would one be like when it gets to be the largest in my tank, with a few other large and small fish in a penned in environment? The best answer I get from my local retailer is that they simply don't know, and yes I have checked about 6 different forms of compatibility charts.