I have a 10 gallon tank with a Aqueon QuietFlow 10 Power Filter.
Substrate: aquarium sand and medium sized gravel in some patches
"Decorations": Driftwood, rocks, and all live plants (not sure how many but lots and 5 different species)
Stock: 5 Glowlight tetras, 1 male betta, 1 ghost shrimp, 3 spotted cories, and 2 african dwarf frogs
I have supplies to test Ammonia, Nitrate, pH, Nitrite
products to condition water, detoxify ammonia, treat bacterial and fungal infections, fertilize plants, etc.
algae scrubber, siphon vacuum, thermometer, heater, and the foods to suit each species
I originally had 1 betta, 5 tetras, 1 ghost shrimp
However, a friend was moving and wanted to give up plants and fish (but kept the tank) and I was the only one around with a tank set up and our only pet store does not take in outside fish, so I accepted.
I just wanted some feedback from anyone who was able to successfully keep an overstocked tank or stories about possible issues for those who weren't able to successfully keep a 10 gallon like this.
Thank you very much!