I have Rasboras and White Cloud's in my tank, I know it doesnt follow your Biotype but it's just an example of how completely different species can live in harmony. As for the look of your tank, I would advise you to add some type of hardscape. And also get rid of the sword plant. Small leafed plants such as most stems make tanks appear larger than they really are. Check the tank in my sig. Its a prime example
i've been looking for driftwood, but it's hard to find good, small driftwood. i've also been wanting to get rid of the sword, but haven't gotten around to it. i love your tank, it's beautiful!!
A nice betta. Maybe a ct or a hm? That's what I have planned for my ten gallon- a betta, some Otis, and some schoolers.
You can call me Bob
haha well bob, i did put my betta in there...and he removed half of one of the cories dorsal fins...........he came out of there pretty fast. but for the short amount of time he was in there, he did look nice! lol he's a red vt
add one paradise fish or a dwarf gourami
those don't have to be kept in groups? also, gouramis are related to bettas, would i have the same situation as before mentioned? also, i think my mother wants to see a bunch, never mind the fact that it's a small tank. she doesn't quite understand stocking.
The substrate; IMO the pebbles looks too large for the tank.
i knoooooooow!!! they've been bugging me forever! i had bought them before i really knew what i was doing with the tank, and now they're annoying! i'm going to a pet store tomorrow to look at fish and i'm hoping they'll have something like eco-complete or something. do you think i should go to sand? i was considering that for the cories, but that seems like it wouldn't be as good for the plants?
thanks for all the help guys! sorry for all these questions.