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  1. Neptune334

    Found Him Labeled As A Crowntail, But He Definitely Isn't A Crowntail.

    If you could get a picture of him flaring, I would be more sure, but he looks like a delta to me. I don’t think his fins extend to a full 180 degrees.
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    How Do I Know When My Tank Is Cycled?

    When your tank is fully cycled, the levels should be 0 ammonia, 0 nitrite, and 5-30 nitrate, depending on your stocking.
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    Back Again With The Fin Rot :( Please Help!

    Could you post a picture so we can see exactly how bad it is? I would use the Jungle Fungus Cure as it contains Nitrafurazone, which is very effective for treating fin rot.
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    Options For A 3gal

    You don’t have many options. Would you be interested in keeping shrimp? Or snails?
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    My Betta Mo Needs Help

    Continue to do consistent water changes to keep the water clean. Since you say it has gotten worse, it may be time to treat with a medicine such as API Fungus Cure or Jungle Tank Buddies Fungal Clear. Can you post a more current photo?
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    Water Test Strips

    Yes, the humidity in the air messes with them, and I don’t think that they are as precise. If you only have the choice of strips, the Tetra strips are known to be more accurate than the API ones.
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    Ill Rescue Fish

    Sorry, no advice here, but I’m looking forward to seeing how they do!
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    Questions About This Betta

    He looks healthy to me! No fin rot or dropsy. I like dumbo-ears a lot!
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    My Betta Mo Needs Help

    How is Mo doing?
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    My Betta Mo Needs Help

    Params mean water parameters, and that means amounts of ammonia, nitrates, and nitrites in the water. You can find these by using a liquid test kit or some brands of test strips. Some pet stores do these tests for free. Looking at this picture, I think that Mo has a fungal issue. There is also...
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    Aquatic Arts!

    There are a few small, 2-3 gallon tank kits for about $30. Here they are: Here is a Tetra Cube Tank 3 gallon. It is about $32 for Prime Members Here is a Tetra one that is also 3 gallons.
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    Is Bio Spira Fast Acting?

    I have heard that BioSpira works pretty quickly, so it is possible that the bacteria have already processed the ammonia.
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    You could experiment with some low-light, easy plants such as Anubias, Java Fern, Amazon Sword, Java Moss (Moss of any sort, really), and Marimo Moss Balls. They will probably be okay.
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    Is Omega One A Good Food?

    I feed my betta Omega One and he seems happy. I have heard it recommended a lot, along with New Life Spectrum.
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    Raok (aka Free Things) - Merry Christmas And Happy Holidays!

    Neptune334 #1 or #3 This is a great idea and thank you for doing this!
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    Betta Fin Rot Or Color Change Or Something Else?

    He looks good to me. I wouldn’t worry about the dark spots near the base of his fins, they look like his natural coloration.
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    From The Grave, Fluval Spec V Build

    It’s great that you are starting this tank back up! I am looking forward to seeing how it turns out.
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    Expensive Betta Tank?

    Well, you could get a Fluval Spec V tank or some other fancy tank from Fluval or Marineland. You could also get something bigger and make it into a betta wonderland. Planted tanks look great. I know that Cobalt Neo-Therm and Eheim Jäger heaters are known to be of good quality.
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    Recently Bought An Aquarium Light And My Fish Seem To Hate It....

    Your tank looks a little empty, and the fish may be getting worried that they don’t have a place to hide when the lights turn on. I know that it sounds counterintuitive, but the more hiding places you give them, the less they will hide! They are also probably not used to it, but that’s normal...

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