Enjoying the thread!
I suppose thread focus should stay on tank overviews, but can't resist a comment re: aggressive fish
you might have less trouble when you introduce two fish simultaneously...when one has had hte chance to establish territory, they may be more aggressive to a newcomer. One suggested fix: rearrange the tank massively when you introduce the new fish. Thus, its a new territory to all. But hardly a fix we want to follow, with the pretty tank set ups pictured in this thread...It always helps if you have set your tank up so that at least at some time, the fish can be out of sight of each other. And minimize overcrowding: why not have just one?
Now, to my tank:
My set up
6 g Eclipse
8 watts T5 bulb, builtin light/18 watts side blast of light for middle of day
I figured out all my dosage by ccs at one point, and then translated to 'number of drops per day' from my droppers from U.S. Plastics, and can't remember my cc dosage anymore. Seachem additives daily: 20 drops Excel daily, 6 drops Nitrogen, phosporous, potassium, comprehensive. Iron-.5 cc every two weeks. Plant tabs and peat moss under the gravel at set up.
50% water change weekly.
4 nerites and a large volunteer pond snail.
Always considering briggitae raspboras as an addition
Have to say: the fauna lists given so far on this thread are all pushing the edge for the size of the tanks...glad bga is the only problem reported! The frequent large water changes are the key, I think. For newbies considering nano, if you don't think you will keep up on water changes, get far less critters for your tank