Tank Upgrade.!!!!! stocking suggestions ???

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Ok so I have a 100 gallon tank up and running for about 18 months now and decided to upgrade to a 225 gallon currently sitting in the garage...

I'm looking to add at least 3 or 4 tangs and Some smaller fish as well..

The Fish that are currently in tank are..
1 sailfin tang
1 powder blue tang (aggressive)
1 one spot foxfire
1 Six line wrasse
1 twin spot wrasse (got 2 go)
Pair of clownfish


Any suggestions???
 
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I have
1 yellow tang
1 fox face
1 flame angle
1 neon goby
2 clarkii clowns
8 blue green chromis
All in a 120 gallon system
Running skimmer and 10x5 inch algea turf scubber. Bio blocks in the sump. Then a large spung. Skimmer empty into a big wad of filter media. Just remember more fish means removing more phosphates and nitrates.
 

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Stocking that size tank would be fun!

50-60 anthias, 10-15 wrasses and an Achilles tang. That would be the ticket.

I'm probably not much help but I doubt the increased tank size is going to curb the powder blue tangs aggression. Probably should remove him while adding new fish and add him last.
 

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Get a bristletooth tang in there if you can, white tail, tomini, etc. Maybe a copperband if you are up for it : )
 
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