Oddly shallow 2.5 gallon... any ideas?
Was browsing around at one of the LFS (semi-local really) yesterday and made a bit of an impulse buy... an oddly-shaped 2.5 gallon tank. Inner dimensions, not including glass width and trim, are roughly 20cm long, 40 cm wide, and 12 cm deep.
I'm not really sure what I want to do with it, maybe grow one centerpiece plant emersed plus some mosses, placed in an east-facing window (with a hill behind it; it doesn't receive direct sun until later in the morning)
Are there any sort of fish or invertebrates that wouldn't be hindered by a setup so shallow, or should I stick to plants only on this one? I'm still pretty new to the hobby, so any input would be appreciated.
Last edited by Jacaranda; 08-20-2012 at 02:42 AM.
Reason: mistake when typing in tank measurements