Ok so I have a 45 gallon tank (4feet long) that I want to use to house bettas. I am going to be breeding them in September and I want to be able to put as many separate areas in this tank as I can. I know I need more space too, and I have it, I just want to put as many males in this one as possible. (comfortably of course) so I am going to make dividers out of plastic screening and those binder holders or whatever but what I can't figure out is how to make them how I want:
What I want to do is have a dividers going down the middle of the tank just like any other tank divider. But I don't want them to have to be long one way and really short the other way if you know what I mean. I wanted to put some like normal dividers and then one dividing each divided section. Does that make any sense? It should look like two shorter sections in place of one long one when looking at the side of the tank. A row at the back and a row at the front.
If anything I just said makes any sense to you and you have any suggestions on what to use or how to make this work, I'd really appreciate your help! Thanks