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Old 07-04-2013, 11:32 PM   #11
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yeah they have the leaf hammock at petco for 5 bucks you stick it to the glass 3/4 of an inch from the surface and they always chill in it because bettas stay near the surface in the wild i also have silk plants that go over the surface and they hang out in those too
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Old 07-05-2013, 12:05 AM   #12
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my bettas all have plants to chill in i like the leaf hammock and plants that go over the surface
That's outstanding, now I gotta get me a few of those. I'll turn a section of my aquarium into a lounge...
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That's outstanding, now I gotta get me a few of those. I'll turn a section of my aquarium into a lounge...
Hahahaha. I can just imagine a bunch of fish relaxing on the leaves and its like the lobby of a hotel. XD
Just make sure they are leather chairs .
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Old 07-05-2013, 01:16 AM   #14
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I have plants, DW & rocks but these two choose to lay behind the heater! Guess they ll move if it gets hot?!?!

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I have plants, DW & rocks but these two choose to lay behind the heater! Guess they ll move if it gets hot?!?!
What type of loaches are those? Usually egg layers chose a warm spot to lay there eggs so, the heater is of course the best choice . We're you planning on breeding them?
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They re Golden Zebras. Just got them last week & they re pretty young. Right now they re maybe 1 1/2 inches & will be 4 inches as adults. Don t plan to breed them but then that ll be their call on that one .
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They re Golden Zebras. Just got them last week & they re pretty young. Right now they re maybe 1 1/2 inches & will be 4 inches as adults. Don t plan to breed them but then that ll be their call on that one .
Wow. Only 1.5" and already pairing up eh? Lol
I love those loaches. They look beautiful.
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