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Old 04-18-2011, 01:51 AM   #11
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Old 04-18-2011, 01:52 AM   #13
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i just remberd something your gona havr to ditch the plastic itl rip his fins bettas have very delicate fins if fake plants are a must replace them with silk
That may not be true. Some people can never use plastic plants, but I've had bettas for years with plastic plants only, and have never had a single rip.

If it does become a problem, then remove them.
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silk plants are also more expensive and for some reason the variety in plastic looks so much better :O
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That may not be true. Some people can never use plastic plants, but I've had bettas for years with plastic plants only, and have never had a single rip.

If it does become a problem, then remove them.
i tend to be over cautious with delicate finned fish and raven as for your lfs situation next time you go to ur lfs or are in that area pic some up living.plants make a nice addition itl b worth it when you in the area but research first of course
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silk plants are also more expensive and for some reason the variety in plastic looks so much better :O
lol i was over cautious with that post because the have such delicate fins just look out for any tears if theres none then your good to go
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i have a lfs but they doesnt sell live plants :/ both of them too.i prob will pick some up on Tue since i gotta go get some ghost shrimp anyway.
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i have a lfs but they doesnt sell live plants :/ both of them too.i prob will pick some up on Tue since i gotta go get some ghost shrimp anyway.
well next time your at that 30min away one lol make sure you have enough lighting for them itd be shame to see em die
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I heard Anubias are low light and hornwort too.
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i just use this website sent to me from one of the members here
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