04-18-2010, 11:41 AM
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With the possible exception of the betta (bearing in mind the comments from kelly and kymmie) you have a good list. No mention is made of water parameters; what you have there is suited to slightly basic moderately hard water, something that would not suit sparkling gourami which are soft acidic water fish and should be in a group though there would be room for 5 of them in a 10g well planted.
If your water is slightly acidic and soft, instead of the galaxy rasbora (which is actually a danio, not a rasbora, now known as Celestial Pearl Danio, scientifically Celestichthys margaritatus), a similar true rasbora fish would be some of the dwarf rasbora species in the genus Boraras; they are very small, very colourful, and well suited to a thickly-planted aquarium with soft acidic water. And a quintet of pygmy sparkling gourami would fit in. The shrimp might have a problem though, as they need harder water for their exoskeletons.