Hello and Welcome to TFK!!!
I"m glad you've choosing the fish-less cycle method, it's the safest thing for our fish and even though can be long (4-8 weeks) it'll be the best thing for your fish in the long run.
There's a great 'sticky' thread on here but together by a fellow moderator, but I can't seem to find it. I thought i had it book marked at home, but I guess not....
Are you able to get a reading on your fish tank? A reading on your fish water will help to determine which fish can safley live in your tank with your natural water. We'd like a reading primarily of your pH and GH, with these you can find some suitable fish, rather than picking fish that may struggle to survive in an environment of which they're not accustomed to.
As for some of the fish you have selected, here's just some quick info on the fish you listed.
Neon tetra |
Glow light tetra
African dwarf frog?
Your tetras you listed, both the neons and glow lights (as well as any kind of tetras) should be kept in schools of atleast 6. They feel most comfortable when in bigger groups, when they are comfortable, it's less stress on them which can help them live longer.
I don't have any experience with shrimp, but I'm sure other members will be along to offer advice.
Have you thought of any decor? Gravel bed and plants(dead or alive)?
Hope some of this helped, those water reading will give us a better idea of what you can safely keep, however some fish have a wide compatibility range when it comes to pH and gH.