05-18-2008, 12:46 PM
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I haven't been able to find any info online, and I can't remember exact species name, but it is a member of the pseudochromis family.
They typically are shipped to the LFS's with the name of "sea bass".
These fish are very aggressive, but due to their small size, are not compatible with a trigger or other large predatory fish. Once the trigger is large enough, that fish will be food, and because of its aggressive nature, that could also mean damage done to the trigger or any other fish while they are attempting to eat it.
Your best bet would be to return that fish to the LFS.