Ok so as most of you know I got a 28 gallon marineland euro aquarium. Right now I have had it running for about 1 month with sand, 4 big black decorative stones, penguin bio wheel 150, background, and marineland stealth pro heater set on 76 and a digital LCD themometer that says the tank is a steady 76. It's stabilized but not cycled. I have pure ammonia but I haven't started cycling yet because school has started and I can only work on the weekends to get money to but the test kit I need. I have a female veiltale betta living in a 1 gallon aquarium with gravel, shark cave, lighting, a undergravel filter which also provides aeration. I usually change the water every other day but since school started I've had tons of homework and it's been 5 days since the normal 50 percent water change. And I don't think I'll be able to keep up with my water changes on my 1 gal
because it take me like 45 min literally to change it. So would it be better to put it in my tank now than keep it in it's current bowl? I plan to put it in there sooner or later I planned on adding it after cycling and putting the albino Cory catfish in but it already has ammonia signs. Plus it's tank is unheated. Should I go ahead and add it? I'm just thinking it would be better than a 1 gal
. Because basically it's in a pool of ammonia now! So I don't think it would hurt to move it to a uncycled tank because both tanks are going to have ammonia in it the only difference is the new ones bigger, heated, and just seems better to do. Thanks for reading this long question I plan to add 12 Albino cories if that matters and if you need to know my 1 gal
temp I'll tell you it is just a hassle to move the thermometer.