bluegoldfish 1 Gallon - Your Tanks
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User bluegoldfish
Size 1 Gallon
Date Started November 2011
Lighting sunlight
Equipment none
CO2 none
Substrate inert gravel
Parameters no filtration, no heater, as low-tech as it gets!
Fertilization fish poop and love
Plants - Crystalwort (Riccia fluitans) - Duckweed (Lemnoideae) - Dwarf Saggitaria (Sagittaria subulata) - Frogbit - Marimo Moss Ball (Cladophora aegagropila)
Inhabitants One angry betta and four frightened snails.
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Planted Tank Enthusiast
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Nice shot and a cute little setup, although that betta needs a much larger place to live, keep this little bowl with the snails and place the betta in a 2.5 gallon or larger.
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looks cute! Place it in a larger tank about 2-3 gallons. add a few accesories like a small driftwood and a few stones. Off course there's no problem if you'll toss a few java moss and java fern!
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Thanks guys! He's about to go into a 2.5 gallon when I get my "shrimpatarium" built. He'll move up into the current shrimp tank when they upgrade into a bigger space. In the meantime, so far so good!
Splendid Splendens
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Poor betta :(
Algae Grower
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You're sad for him because his bowl is small, or another concern?
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No heater, light or filtration...poor betta. :( A nice 5 gallon with all the above would make him so much more comfortable.
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