I have a 2 gallon tank that is not in use. Ist made for salt water. Do you have any ideas for som animals I put in. It would be fun to have salt or brackish water. I'm not very experienced with aquariums, so not to hard, or expensive.
Hope you can help.
Last edited by thomasbc; 05-02-2013 at 04:05 PM.
Hawaiian red shrimp. Hardy, eat algae off the glass so eventually only a bit of spirulina from time to time...Can keep java fern and other brackish plants with them if you stay under 1.010. Can make a great rock scape either way.
Having a pico reef isnt incredibly hard. I have a 2 gallon fluval spec with a baby clown (stand down clown police, he's going in my biocube 14 once it cycles) and some soft corals. You need to stay on top of water changes and topping off with RO water. I didn't have any reef experience before setting it up. Just do your research before deciding to do anything. I would suggest doing only inverts in such a small tank. If you really want a fish I would only really consider putting a yellow clown goby in the tank because they are not very active fish.
Gee, I dunno, maybe it's that I think my 30+ years in the hobby, including 10+ in the trade, gives me the right to draw on my experience rather than just parroting something I found on a website? BBs are small, and not very active. A few would be fine in a properly maintained 2g. I don't think the OP is interested, so it's irrelevant. But you might slow down on breaking out the flamethrower next time. It's possible to politely disagree.