Hey guys - Aside from my 30 gallon that I've probably posted about way too much here in the past couple of months (but you've all been very helpful - thanks! ), I also did a fish-less cycle and a couple weeks ago added some Neon Tetras to my 5 year old daughter's 10 gallon that sits on her dresser. She loves them, and I have had them in the past (before knowing about the nitrogen cycle and all that jazz) with little issues, so I sprang for them. Well, as of today, there is one poor little guy left. Little did I know that they really don't take very well to unestablished tanks. So now I really don't know what to do. There's one little guy left in her tank and he looks bummed out and lonely. Should I add more Neons to keep him company and hope that they fair better than the original ones? I know they like to be in groups, but I don't necessarily want to kill another 5 or 6 of them off. Also, if I do get more and they make it out okay, what could go in with them? I was thinking of maybe a snail and some ghost shrimp or something for a clean up crew... So I guess this is really a question of stocking, as well. Any help is, as always, appreciated. Thanks!