Damsels are super pretty, but are fairly aggressive for such little fish. And ten in a 36 gallon is definitely too many!
While there is no cut and dry formula for stocking in a SW
tank, a decent rule of thumb is 1 linear inch of fish for every two-three gallons. So, between the clown, mandarin, and cardinal, you're round about ten inches. I wouldn't add much more than that. If you have a sump, that adds gallons without increasing tank size. Hehe.
What's this about a tang? What kind? Is it still in there? Most tangs get pretty big and need large tanks.
The coral descriptions aren't ringing any bells, so I'd love to see pictures as soon as you get them!
I love my six line wrasse, if you're looking for another small fish to put in. Squirrelly looking fellow. Always darting around, and the stripes on his eyes make him look really funny especially as he tilts his eyes around. And he never stops moving! It's hard to get pictures of him because of that. Firefish Gobies are gorgeous, but shy enough they should be introduced first.
Let me know as soon as you have some pictures! I love seeing other people's tanks to get ideas. LOL