One more question, for the babies, would it be alright to put them in a separate container but float it in the tank until they reach a size where I can place them on the decor? The picture is of the container (please excuse my betta she is a show off)
I have about 4 live plants in my tank, and these growths started to form on one of my plants. I just don’t know if it is a type of algae or if this is something the plant naturally does to grow.
The plant is a Java Fern.
I have a question regarding my 10 gal. tank. Currently, I have a female betta fish, along with 3 Cory Cats and a Zebra Snail. I was thinking of adding some tetra in the tank, but I want to make sure I am not overcrowding the fish. I just would like some guidance as to whether or...
The tank temperature is 79° and this is the second day with the new decor, live plants, and sand instead of gravel. I’m sure it is still cycling but I was able to add some bacteria to it to start the process.
I have just completed my first water test in my 10 gal. Freshwater tank. I have attached an image of the results, and was wondering if there is any reason for concern based on them. Just want to make sure the water is healthy for the fish.
That is how she flairs up when she sees her reflection. Sorry she didn’t fit in the sorority, but it is relieving knowing that I’m not the only one with this problem.
I have a 10 gallon tank, so I won’t be adding anymore fish into it considering I already have the 3 Cory cats.
Yeah you’re probably right
She seems to coexist well with other tank mates, but I did have to remove another Female Betta she was with because of her aggression towards her. The other female I purchased now lives in my grandmas tank... the spoiled brat lol
Thanks, I have been wanting to name her but I wanted to make sure she was a she. She is very aggressive when she sees herself in the reflection, but she is not aggressive towards the Cory cats or the snail I have in the tank as well, which is good.
Hey everyone, this is my first post on this forum. I bought a betta recently that was advertised as Female from PetCo. “She” seems to be very aggressive and flares up a lot. I will post some pictures, how can I tell if “she” is actually a female?