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Old 07-21-2012, 08:54 AM   #11
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He will be fine even I jar but in bigger tank he would be more healthy and happy
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Old 07-21-2012, 08:55 AM   #12
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I personally have 4 males in 100 liter spawning tank which is divided into 4 small slots
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Old 07-21-2012, 09:36 AM   #13
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I have a male crown tail that looks just like yours. Had him in a 1g for about 4 months & recently put him in a 10g & he has been so HAPPY & the same with my other male. I have fallen in love with Bettas, males & females, I now have a total of 5, 2 males & 3 females. personally I wouldn't put one in anything less than a 5g just because I've seen the difference from my own personal experience.
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Old 07-21-2012, 03:15 PM   #14
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I have a male crown tail that looks just like yours. Had him in a 1g for about 4 months & recently put him in a 10g & he has been so HAPPY & the same with my other male. I have fallen in love with Bettas, males & females, I now have a total of 5, 2 males & 3 females. personally I wouldn't put one in anything less than a 5g just because I've seen the difference from my own personal experience.
Me to... This was my first on and I was a little weary of putting him with my others bc the guy said I prolly had a 50/50 chance of him being aggressive so I had him In a 5g holding tank till I had off and could watch tank but he was great no aggressiveness at all. I want one for my 36g bow front, would he be ok in that tank? It's a tropical fish tank
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He would be deffo fine
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Old 07-21-2012, 04:48 PM   #16
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How is the betta and DG? I heard they were a no go?
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Me to... This was my first on and I was a little weary of putting him with my others bc the guy said I prolly had a 50/50 chance of him being aggressive so I had him In a 5g holding tank till I had off and could watch tank but he was great no aggressiveness at all. I want one for my 36g bow front, would he be ok in that tank? It's a tropical fish tank
I want to clarify in case there was a misunderstanding, my males are NOT in the same tank, they have their own individual 10g tanks with their only tank mate a Mystery snail. As far as putting a male in your 36g that depends on the fish itself. Some of them do great with tank mates & others not so much. If you do it just be cautious & watchful. My understanding is that if you have other fish with flowing fins it typically doesn't work well & I've heard that if you have fast fish that are in almost constant motion the Betta typically stays stressed. But of course there are always exceptions to the rules, I personally have no experience with it so I can only go by what I've read.
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How is the betta and DG? I heard they were a no go?
They are fine. They each have hiding spot to claim their owns there's no need for them to defend any thing. I think as long as long they have there own spot theres no need to fight. They all come to eat with no problems. Is this a lucky chance?? Should I not try it again?
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I think it's fine as long as u have a back up plan if things go wrong
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A betta and a gourami might some day become a problem. DG can be mean, and have been known to kill bettas (or basically harass them to death) by claiming large potions of a tank and not letting the bettas come to the surface to breath.


Make sure you keep an eye on them to make sure this doesn't happen.
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