Ok, i have a 75 gallon tank right now and i want to set it up for a humu picasso triggerfish and a snowflake moray eel. I know any smaller fish and crustations would become food. i know it might be a small tank for these two fish, but i will probably upgrade when they get large. I have done some reading up on both fish and found that both are messy eaters and the moray will probably only eat once a week, which is good b/c i can just do a PWC
the day after i feed him.
I plan on getting 90-125 lbs of live rock, i have 2 heaters that i am currently using in my FW
tank, a glass hood (morays are escape artists) a about 2wpg t-5 lighting. Besides live rock, what kind of filtration should i use on these two species? Should i go the sump rout? Or would a canister filter be best? I am thinking that a sump would work out good so i could put the heaters and a protein skimmer in there so the trigger doesn't bit them (I hear they bite at everything.)
Any opinions would be helpful