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10-19-2012 06:35 PM
StraightAddicted Very nice tank setup, stinks that you had your tank break. Keep up the hard work!
10-14-2012 06:03 PM
starrlamia Thanks lol it is on my dining room table, unfortunately my bf has stipulated that I can only have what fits on it while still being able to eat at it. So naturally it also has a 10g. I would love to find more space for tanks but there really isn't much.

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10-14-2012 02:24 PM
Slippryrock Cool scape. What really makes it cool is the fact that it appears to be sitting on a desk or table. If so I would imagine that would be the way to sit comfortably close and see everything. I like to see how people make use of their space and make aquariums fit in. I constantly brain storm trying to find space to set up another tank. Now i'm wondering if i really need a monitor......
10-09-2012 09:55 PM
markle Ha ha he doesn't get much flake so is pretty buff, I bought him as a runt with chewed fins and looking ragged, and he is now a jewel of the tank! Big tank tho so he has his work cut out finding the shrimp .... Liking the pics as the tank settles, my favorite bit seeing everything come clear, slowly
10-09-2012 09:32 PM
starrlamia
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Neat little Betta! I have his twin brother And he does like to munch on my baby shrimp but its the way of the world, healthy shrimp population can support one Betta's appetite on top of the super yummy flake he likes to eat!
haha! that must be one fat betta! :P
My guy hasnt even gone for babies, it scares me in a way lol
10-09-2012 09:31 PM
markle Neat little Betta! I have his twin brother And he does like to munch on my baby shrimp but its the way of the world, healthy shrimp population can support one Betta's appetite on top of the super yummy flake he likes to eat!
10-09-2012 08:54 PM
starrlamia Thanks guys!

Bettas are funny creatures. My endlers never chased anything but tail :P (that was bad I know)

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10-09-2012 08:52 PM
shloken38 Hahaha.....black bars are RUTHLESS! They try to do the McNasty with anything and everything. I have one in my 29 while he awaits his turn in my endler tank, and he won't stop with the female platy. Nuts....

Starrlamia.....awesome tank! Definitely an inspiration!
10-09-2012 05:23 PM
Knotyoureality I swear bettas are genetically related to cats; whatever you *want* them to do or not do, they'll do the opposite on principle.

Dumped a bunch of juvie cherry culls in my betta tank figuring they'd make a good snack for him. Nope, they're breeding away while he's getting chased around the tank by a trio of bloody black bar endler males. He's such a pansy. But a beautiful one.
10-09-2012 05:14 PM
GMYukonon24s I like your tank
10-03-2012 05:16 AM
bud29
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he was in a tank with tetra and shrimp and just did his own thing
That is a good sign.
10-03-2012 04:36 AM
starrlamia
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That's great that you have a backup plan. You may luck out, but normally bettas and RCS just can't coexist for life......
I spent a while at the lfs watching this guy, he was in a tank with tetra and shrimp and just did his own thing hopefully he will stay chill lol

Thanks everyone!

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10-03-2012 03:16 AM
tinkerpuppet I really like it! I like that it looks natural and unsculpted. Sorry you lost the other tank!
10-03-2012 03:16 AM
bud29
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Im aware that could be a risk, so far he has shown no interest in them whatsoever, worst come to worst I have another tank I can transfer him too.
That's great that you have a backup plan. You may luck out, but normally bettas and RCS just can't coexist for life......
10-03-2012 03:13 AM
KFryman I remember seeing your post about the cracked tank. It sucks, but I think it semi turned out good. Tank looks really good but some fish aren't replaceable.
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