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Old 10-02-2014, 02:28 AM   #121
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That's wonderful

Every betta should have a 5-10g tank in my opinion

Agreed c: it kills me to see a betta in small tanks.


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Old 10-02-2014, 10:43 AM   #122
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Do you guys think a 3.7 rimless aio cube would be good? Right now it has guppy fry but they can go elsewhere. It's heavily planted and also has spider driftwood and river rocks. Does this sound good? Thanks!
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Old 10-02-2014, 11:23 AM   #123
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Me too. Those dang things should be banned in my opinion. 1g minimum (daily water changes in that case and ESPECIALLY daily water changes in something smaller) but 1/4 gal cubes? HELLO KITTY CUBES? I've seen those too. Encouraging bettas being in small spaces with those cute attractive little things. No no no!

In my humble opinion 4-5 g minimum is what a happy betta would want
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Old 10-02-2014, 11:25 AM   #124
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Do you guys think a 3.7 rimless aio cube would be good? Right now it has guppy fry but they can go elsewhere. It's heavily planted and also has spider driftwood and river rocks. Does this sound good? Thanks!
3.7g ? For one betta? Sure! That's not terrible Does it have some filtration?

Definitely move the fry before adding a betta if you want the fry. Otherwise he'd love a snack
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Old 10-02-2014, 11:27 AM   #125
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3.7g ? For one betta? Sure! That's not terrible Does it have some filtration?

Definitely move the fry before adding a betta if you want the fry. Otherwise he'd love a snack
Yep. I'll post a pic. It's a small all in one cube. Has filter chamber(not hob) and I have a heater in there. Stays at 78.5
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Old 10-02-2014, 11:33 AM   #126
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Here it is. Have a couple more plants in there now
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Sounds like a good place for a betta! Just stay on top of water changes. For sure I'd recommend every other day or at most every 72 hours unless its cycled. You do not want ammonia issues! I've been through that and my poor fish!
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Those neons are back in the 55 anyway. Disregard that. Lol
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That home looks lovely!
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Old 10-02-2014, 11:36 AM   #130
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Sounds like a good place for a betta! Just stay on top of water changes. For sure I'd recommend every other day or at most every 72 hours unless its cycled. You do not want ammonia issues! I've been through that and my poor fish!
Has been set up for about a month. Do like 1 gal wcs weekly.
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