Yeah, I’m in the states. Didn’t realize the dollar per gallon sale was going on right now, thanks!Fishproblem said:It's definitely been done! I think that if you're committed to the additional efforts that smaller water volume will require, it's totally doable. I'd just be conservative. Are you in the states? The dollar per gallon sale is going right now, so it might make a 20 gallon more doable, or maybe you can get a 5 gallon (either on sale at petco, or used locally) and turn it into a sump if you have space below the tank.
I hope someone with experience can offer you more advice!
If I do a 10 gallon then I’ll get a auto top off thing to prevent any salinity swings. What type of shrimp and Gobys would you recommend? Thanks!Rcslade124 said:Yes it is doable. I would highly recommend a n ato to keep the water topped off. If you lose 1 gallon of water to evaporation you salinity swings will be dangerous. Al's 10g won't house many fish. Maybe a shrimp and goby pair. I personally would not try a nano on my first tank but doable.