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Old 07-09-2013, 10:47 PM   #11
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You could do a school of 5 neons and a DG. Then have your shrimp as bottom feeders. Beta need to be in a school of 6 or more to lint aggression
I'm not up on all the lingo... What's a "DG"?
Is there space in a 10 gallon for six bettas? One male, five females?
How many shrimp do people normally get? I was thinking the cherry ones.
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I'm not up on all the lingo... What's a "DG"?
Is there space in a 10 gallon for six bettas? One male, five females?
How many shrimp do people normally get? I was thinking the cherry ones.
No males, bad, bad idea. All females and I don't think you can do it. I think the minimums is 30. A DG is a dwarf Groumai
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I can't have a male betta with any other fish?
I'm assuming that 30 is the minimum for the shrimp and not the bettas. Lol.
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I can't have a male betta with any other fish?
I'm assuming that 30 is the minimum for the shrimp and not the bettas. Lol.
Nah, a 30 is the bare minimum for a sorority. Males are highly aggressive( it's a hit and miss on most). 1 male in a 10 gallon tank. Shrimp can be in something as small as a .5 gallon
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I can't have a male betta with any other fish?
I'm assuming that 30 is the minimum for the shrimp and not the bettas. Lol.
I've heard and know that Bettas are quite aggressive. They are fighting fish.
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I've heard and know that Bettas are quite aggressive. They are fighting fish.
Aquatic Spartans or gladiators if you will
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Lol yes! I agree.
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