3.5 Gallon Stocking? Question

Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by Fancyfins, Apr 14, 2018.

  1. FancyfinsValued MemberMember

    Hi there! I currently have a betta in my 3.5 gallon tank, and I’m saving up to buy him a nice planted ten gallon. (All to himself. But I may add a few shrimp later on.) But, that means I would have a 3.5 gallon left over. Is there any fish (or invertebrate) that I could put in there? Any suggestions are appreciated!
     




  2. david1978Fishlore LegendMember

    It could be a nice shrimp tank with bright colored shrimp.
     




  3. FancyfinsValued MemberMember

    I was thinking about that. I could also use some parts of the plants that I would have it my ten gallon. But I would have to figure out where to put the tank....
     
  4. Mary765Well Known MemberMember

    There is nothing I love more than a tiny shrimp tank as thickly planted as possible with a handful of bright shrimp :D it's gorgeous if you can get the ecosystem to balance
     
  5. Becknewt24Valued MemberMember

    1 ADF. But I think they should be in groups.
     
  6. -Sofia-Valued MemberMember

    Some RCS and moss would look beautiful with more plants for it to be heavily planted:)
     
  7. Milliemae124Valued MemberMember

    I heard of someone that kept a clown killifish in a 2.5
     
  8. Becknewt24Valued MemberMember

    The smallest is a 10, sadly.
     
  9. Milliemae124Valued MemberMember

    Oh I guess you shouldn’t believe everything you see on the internet! :)
     
  10. Mary765Well Known MemberMember

    I once saw people recommending 10 guppies in a 1g..

    The internet is full of very bad advice unless you know where to look ;)
     
  11. Milliemae124Valued MemberMember

    I think that if you planted it then a couple of shrimp would look very nice :)
     
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