Alright, I have a very specific question. I went and bought an 18 tall (20L x 12D x 20H) and I know the limitations of stocking a tall tank. I really like how they look though so I wanted to give it a shot. Also it was on sale and I have a problem saying no.
Right now, my only stocking plan is my cherry shrimp colony, which is probably about 50-70 shrimp.
The way I plan to decorate the tank is having the whole bottom just be manzanita wood and then plopping my java moss thats overfilling my 8 gallon on top. In my head its going to look like a tree but well have to see if that actually happens
After thinking about it, my shrimp will probably spend about 90% of their time living in moss which leaves me with a very empty looking bottom tank. I was wondering if there was a fish that could live in the bottom of it. I dont mind shrimplets being munched on though since this tank has the footprint of a 10 gallon, it needs to be a pretty small fish.
It also cant be an anabantid since the top will have limited access, being covered in moss and all. Also, if no fish is suitable, I'm ok with that as well, it wouldnt be my first larger shrimp only tank.
My PH is 7.6 and thats the only information I have regarding my water, sorry! D: