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I am looking to get a new tank for my male halfmoon, and seriously though about a Spec 2 gallon. I would like something with built-in filtration, but it's not a necessity. I would prefer a lid so he doesnt jump and because of water evaporation.

$60 or less would be preferable!

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I like the more modern look, NO 2.5 mini bows etc
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Whoa those are cool.
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Mr. Aqua Rimless are nice tanks for the price, there are a few you could choose from in that price.


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I picked this one up for my betta at $30 Im pretty happy with it http://www.petco.com/product/118200/...arium-Kit.aspx
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I don't have many options for buying tanks online because I'm in Canada, so I got a Spec for my betta. He's quite happy in it and I like it a lot too
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Whoa those are cool.
I don't think they have lids.

They are gorgeous though.

I like this one bc of the long shallow shape, lots of horizontal swimming room.

http://www.amazon.com/Deep-Blue-Bett...+blue+aquarium


I would only put one betta in it. It has a Lid! you would need to add an internal filter the Tom's mini with a spray bar to keep water flow gentle iis a good one for about $15
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I don't think they have lids.

They are gorgeous though.

I like this one bc of the long shallow shape, lots of horizontal swimming room.

http://www.amazon.com/Deep-Blue-Bett...+blue+aquarium


I would only put one betta in it. It has a Lid! you would need to add an internal filter the Tom's mini with a spray bar to keep water flow gentle iis a good one for about $15
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I don't think they have lids.

They are gorgeous though.

I like this one bc of the long shallow shape, lots of horizontal swimming room.

http://www.amazon.com/Deep-Blue-Bett...+blue+aquarium


I would only put one betta in it. It has a Lid! you would need to add an internal filter the Tom's mini with a spray bar to keep water flow gentle iis a good one for about $15
Are those dividers removeable then?

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Are those dividers removeable then?
I think they're siliconed in place...right?

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I think they're siliconed in place...right?
Removable baby!

I soooooooooo want this tank.

There is a 1.4 gallon version too.

Someone on this forum has the 3 gallon planted as an iwagumi I think.

I can imagine my dream betta just cruising through, fins all big and flow-y.

Maybe the Tom's mini canister filter so nothing blocks the crimson glory that is The Fish.

*lies down until the consumerism goes away*

They sell the 3 g for $23 about an hour away from my house, near one of the churches where I teach ukulele.

But I need to buy heaters for the current aquaria.
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Inorite?!?

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Are those dividers removeable then?

Yes removable!

Uh oh, have I tempted you into tank number 13?
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Placed my Order for one.

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