On the flasher wrasse, I'd recommend one male and 2-3 females. Gives him a lot more flashing opportunities. And if there was only one female, he'd prolly drive that single one crazy. I'd add the females before adding the male though.
I also believe that the hawkfish will do harm to smaller inverts. Especially the shrimp. What's a reef tank without shrimp???
Read up on those again.
On the anthias, your realize that with them you can't feed every other day or longer like a lot of reefers do, right?? They've got small bellies and fast metabolisms I hear and should be feed twice a day. In my reef tank, I had fish that could nibble on rocks and actually go 6-7 days with me out of town and not feeding them. Of course, and ATO for FW
was crucial to my long absence.
I'm interested in the quantities of each of the fish too. How many anthias? They look better in groups IMO
. I'm also assuming the chromis, the various types of cardinals, will be more than one. 2 clowns too, right? And as I said. one flasher wrasse isn't as much fun.
I know this is a 320g tank, but I'm still getting the feeling it'll be overstocked if you do all on your list and in groups for some of them. Maybe not. That is a huge tank. But let's see the numbers anyway.