So here's a question Is a 38 bowfront too high for a betta tank? When the goldfish go home, I get to stock that puppy for my own viewing pleasure, and I love betta. We'd be talking 20" tall, and 24" long, with a bow of 16" I had thought I'd use my existing small fish to stock that tank, but they pretty much all died off on me, so I'm now looking at starting new- all that's in there is a BN pleco, who is used to living with my male betta at 78 degrees(right now the tank is 74 and has goldfish) IF I were to consider this, what would I need to know, outside of standard betta care? Starting with: Plant life- lts, but what types? swords? anubis? Decore? I have in there a coconut cave and driftwood, everything else would need to be removed Actual(realistic) chances of success My source would be my local Big Als, who keep a tank of young females together quite often.