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  1. Robert H
    01-16-2012 11:08 PM
    Robert H
    happy birthday!
  2. lauraleellbp
    10-10-2011 05:55 PM
    lauraleellbp
    Yes, there are quite a few Betta species INCLUDING Betta splendens that can be housed in community tanks with appropriate tankmates- however, I would not personally house any of them with cichlids. You could try it- but definitely have a Plan B ready in case either species happens to decide the other is competition.
  3. moonshinetheslacker
    10-10-2011 04:50 PM
    moonshinetheslacker
    I need some beta advice. I know that betas can be a bit aggressive, not to mention fin nippers. But I only know about Beta splendens. I've never owned a beta simplex, or other, more rare, beta. Are ALL betas (currently known) aggressive, or fin-nippers? Or are there some less aggressive betas out there, that I might be able to house in a community tank? I'm specifically referring to trying to house a betta (or two, or three, or..?) with german blue rams, or possibly angels. I'm still setting up my 75 gallon tank, and I'm not certain as to what fish I want to house. Thank you for your time.


    ---Moonshine.
  4. lauraleellbp
    09-25-2011 01:56 AM
    lauraleellbp
    LOL Moonlighting! =)
  5. ScottFish
    09-24-2011 11:49 PM
    ScottFish
    What's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this? :0)
  6. lauraleellbp
    06-10-2011 03:55 PM
    lauraleellbp
    That's a nice tank, thanks for the suggestion. =)
  7. plecostomouse
    06-10-2011 09:50 AM
    plecostomouse
    oh ok, mabe find some similar looking rock and make a terrace like this http://www.fishkeepers.co.nz/forums/...php?f=5&t=4281
  8. lauraleellbp
    06-10-2011 05:39 AM
    lauraleellbp
    Thanks, plecostomouse! The bricks were a bit of an experiment making a terrace/wall. I ended up not liking it and removed them after a while LOL
  9. plecostomouse
    06-10-2011 05:29 AM
    plecostomouse
    hi
    new to the forum and have been looking through all the great low tech tanks!
    i noticed that in a few of your tanks you had bricks and wondered why you had them.
    just nosey thats all

    P.s. your tanks look amazing
  10. lauraleellbp
    05-30-2011 03:50 PM
    lauraleellbp
    Sort of... I got it started, but the Rzilla keeps leaking when I water the plants (obviously I didn't get it waterproofed well enough) so I've decided to scrap the natural viv project till I get some glass ExoTerra or ZooMeds.

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