In all of the Vietnamese fish store She I’ve been to for the past few days, they have dyed jellybean parrots.
Their bodies are extremely deformed and the dye they are injected with have almost no form of beauty and are just ugly.
It will help with regrowth tremendously.
You can also feed foods with more vitamins.
Try feeding minced garlic or soak all food in garlic before feeding for more nutrition which can help in fin growth.
What are his tankmates?
If you are short on cash, I would recommend against using spring water. In the long run, it will be extremely expensive.
Are you using the high range pH test kit?
Also, don’t bother with the pH. It will be fine for a betta.
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I use some card stock and place the pellets in them.
I fold it in half. Then, I use something flat like a glass and crush the pellets.
Unfortunately, I can’t show you my setup right now because it is on the other side of the world for me.
Frozen bloodworms should be fed as a treat.
If you want him to get more nutrition, try soaking the bloodworms in a vitamin booster like VitaChem.
Try feeding some pellets with the bloodworms.
Slowly increase the amount of pellets and decrease the amount of bloodworms slowly.
Soon, he will be...
If you but the bn pleco and the new tank breaks or the cycle stalls, then you will have to keep the pleco in for longer which will be harmful for all of the inhabitants.
Also, the stress from moving the pleco from store to 10 gallon to 40 gallon may be too much for the pleco.
I would swap the neons for Cardinal tetras.
They have a similar color scheme but are more colorful.
They are much hardier too and prefer their water at 78-82.
This is almost perfect for cherry shrimp breeding.
For bottom dwellers, how about some bronze cories(or their albino versions)?