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This tasty morsel has made it since last Friday, unlike many that went before him.


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Is that an adult cherry shrimp or what? My gf's beta is identical to yours and I was gonna add some of my rcs mutts to that tank when they're bigger. Wondered if they'd become snacks or not.

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Is that an adult cherry shrimp or what? My gf's beta is identical to yours and I was gonna add some of my rcs mutts to that tank when they're bigger. Wondered if they'd become snacks or not.

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This is a juvenile rcs

Depends on the betta. Mine played nice with the adults the first few days I was testing him, then he got hungry...

Itís worth finding out at least. Tho, once on live foods, it may be hard getting him back to pellets

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Mine used to hunt the juveniles. But it was in a 29g that was heavily planted and there was a huge population of them so he didn't really make a dent. I wonder if my current Bettas would be OK with Amano shrimp.


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I tried amanos, Iím pretty sure I bought 5, and when I could only count 4 I pulled em out, cuz RCS I have in ridiculous numbers, amano not so much.


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