Common name: Picasso triggerfish Scientific name: Rhinecanthus aculeatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Synonyms: 1, Balistapus aculeatus. 2, Balistes aculeatus. 3, Balistes heteracanthus. 4, Balistes ornatissimus. 5, Monacanthus cheverti. 6, Rhinecanthus aculeatus aculeatus. Location: Indo-Pacific: Red Sea: south to South Africa and east to the Hawaiian, Marquesan, and Tuamoto islands, north to southern Japan, south to Lord Howe Island. Eastern Atlantic: Senegal to South Africa Adult size: 15cms (6 inches, Wild size up to 30cms (12 inches). Recommended aquarium size: 340 litres (75 gall). Longevity: Up to 10 yrs with good care. Availability: Wild caught only. Temprament: Can be aggressive, very bold and can become quite tame. Reef safe: No. Difficulty: (1 to 5 with 1 being the easiest) 2. Food and feeding: Crustaceans, worms, molluscs. A bold unfussy feeder which will accept most food offered right from day one. Temperature range: 24°C - 28°C (76°F - 82°F). Additional notes: Best kept in a FOWLR (fish only with live rock) set up with other robust fish. Picasso triggers are inteligent fish and will soon learn to recognise when they are about to be fed, they will even take food from your fingers after just a few days, but beware. Even a 2" specimen is capable of removing a bite sized chunk from an unwary finger tip. Photograph by: Authors: 1, Andy Gordon References: 1, Rhinecanthus aculeatus, White-banded triggerfish : fisheries, aquarium *If you have kept this species, please help us to fill in the blanks with additional information, by replying to this thread all information used will be fully credited to the author.