I’m a big fan of nano scapes, both above look great. That bowl is an awful temptation, every time I see it. I love that the scape can be really elegant with a tiny bit of wood, a rock or three, and some leftover plants. I’ve made a few, but not that bowl. It’s on my to-do list. Are you going to let the stem plants grow out the top?
I am not a betta expert, but I’ve had several through the last seven years or so. One that I have right now won’t even allow snails to live in his tank (so he gets lots of algae, instead). Another could care less about anything besides pellets - won’t even get the bloodworms (and his tank stays spotless, thanks to thriving snails). I’ve been tempted to move him to my community tank, but I think Cherry Barbs may chase him.
So, I say the fate of your shrimp is totally up to Mr. Koi Plakat. Hope it goes well, that’ll be a fun bowl to watch. If it starts to go poorly (except for the betta, with the open buffet), pick up another bowl!
On second thought, even numbers are an aquarium no-no, right? So, go all-in and pick up two more bowls.
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I can only grow plants when they're completely under water. Everything else is doomed.