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Old 03-14-2012, 01:00 AM   #11
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help guppies ,betta

if you have a few 2 lt bottles there just cut off the top poke a few small holes in the bottle small enough that guppies cant get through then put you betta in bottle and float till u can make arrangements tommorrow thats what i used to make for preggo guppies till they had babes
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if you have a few 2 lt bottles there just cut off the top poke a few small holes in the bottle small enough that guppies cant get through then put you betta in bottle and float till u can make arrangements tommorrow thats what i used to make for preggo guppies till they had babes
ooo that sounds like an excellent way to handle this problem!!!!
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Apparently to keep a fighter with guppies it has to b in a large tank & u need a group of 8 or more guppies for th fighter to ignor them
How many liters for a tank to be considered as large?
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I would say at least 30 gallons / 120 liters with lots of hiding places and tall plants to break line of sight before I would try it, and I would recommend a longer tank rather than a taller one. I had a betta with my guppies in a 20 tall (80 liters) and some fins were nipped, despite being full of fake plants.
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