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I have ghost shrimp, and I never had success with them outside slightly salty water. They seem to love the jar they are in, but I can't see them because the jar's glass is all wobbly; If you know what I mean.

I have collected some rocks that I thought were nice and were local and small.

As this tank will be small, between 1 - 2.5 gallons, I wish to get plants that can withstand some salt. I know Dwarf sag and Java ferns seem to manage quite well and Java moss. But what else can I use?

I have set them out in a "dry run" so I might ponder what I like as a setup. This feels fairly nice to me. I was thinking Dwarf sag to the back and possibly moss to the front. Any other suggestions?

I will probably use a finer substrate than the pea gravel, or well the pea and a finer substrate on top. The pea kinda clash against the roughness of the rocks. There are 4 rocks in this, one is on its end and will need to be supported by either a deeper substrate or a base.

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