Originally Posted by chris1610
2x dwarf lions or 1x radiata or russels lion
1x picasso trigger
Radiatas- 7-9" long. Would prob do ok in a 75 (better in 125+)
Russells- 10-12" in captivity if caught young. A 75 is way too small for this one. Youre talking about a 1 foot fish in a 4 ft tank, not to mention the sheer size he will inflate to width wise. 125 is a bare minimum to safely and comfortably house these.
Picasso (humu-humu)- def a very vibrant and colorful fish but they have been known to go postal and kill everything. They are also extremely active swimmers. Something to take into consideration. Watch their size as well.
Sure you could technically do any of these fish and they prob will survive but 1) they quickly max out your stock list for a 75.2) prob wont look proportionate to their tank once adult sized. 3) very well could cause stress-induced anger issues.
Id recommend either a fuzzy dwarf or possibly(possibly) a radiata. 5-9 inches for them, not near the monster size of the russells.
As for a trigger (if you wanna go that route) id look at the blue jaw or assassi. The picasso can be quite bullish, and the others get way too big. Oh and if you want corals, that eliminates the majority of triggers. Obviously you should pick whatever fish make you happy, but i would hate to see you use up stocklist on oversized fish