12-01-2008, 06:46 PM
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Overall your plan is ok. You need to eliminate the Speckled Grouper, as this fish grows to 4 feet in length! You will not have long term success unless you can house the adult sized fish in your setup.
The rest of the fish look ok together, although you could play it safe and eliminate the 2nd Volitan Lionfish. It doesn't happen a lot, but sometimes 2 Lionfish will not get along when space is limited. Keep in mind, your aquarium is very SMALL for what you are proposing. You can't treat a 150 as a large setup when you are keeping large fish. It would be one thing if you wanted to keep Centropyge Angels, but you are wanting to keep monster fish needing a ton of swimming space. If you cramp the space, you can guarantee the Triggers will cause problems, especially the Blue Jaw.
I would replace the Grouper with a Pomocanthus sp. of Angelfish. A number of these are very attractive, easy to care for, and able to take up for themselves. The French and Cortez come to mind as good selections for your tank.
Also, the order in which you add the fish species will be critical. I would start with the Angelfish and Lion, then the Moray's, and finally add both Triggerfish at the same time.