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Old 06-26-2013, 01:56 AM   #1
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This is one of the tanks in my apt, my 20g which houses a female betta, a powder blue dwarf gourami, a guppy, an a few ghost shrimp. Re scaped the plants on it, gonna take the clipping as they grow and re plant then to make it more full and lush, it's gonna house a few more bettas so I want lots of vegetation for them to hide etc plus the dw and decoration. Gonna probably affix an Anubias to the house near the tree trunk when it finished growing in my 10g.
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Old 06-26-2013, 09:24 AM   #2
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I like your plants but is that 2 HOB filters I see?
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Old 06-26-2013, 09:58 AM   #3
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get a few amazon swords while you're at it. they can serve as divider/hiding space for your bettas if you want to prevent one from killing the other.
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This is one of the tanks in my apt, my 20g which houses a female betta, a powder blue dwarf gourami, a guppy, an a few ghost shrimp. Re scaped the plants on it, gonna take the clipping as they grow and re plant then to make it more full and lush, it's gonna house a few more bettas so I want lots of vegetation for them to hide etc plus the dw and decoration. Gonna probably affix an Anubias to the house near the tree trunk when it finished growing in my 10g.
Nice looking tank! I like the decoration that you have You're definitely going to need it more full and lush if you want more bettas. Good luck, and it'll look fabulous-I'm sure of it!
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Nice tank! I would be carful about adding more betas though, even if they are females sometime they just don't get along.
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Old 06-26-2013, 03:37 PM   #6
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Yea, it's double filters, I wanted the extra filtration and the filter wasn't being used currently. And I'm aware they can attack each others I've got another 10g that is unoccupied that I can rehome them too if it gets bad. But I appreciate the warning.
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