betta

Discussion in 'Betta Fish' started by fish_r_friend, Mar 4, 2006.

  1. fish_r_friendWell Known MemberMember

    could i put a female betta with the fish that i have in my tank after i get rid of my pleco? the fish i would have then are otos, surpae teras, zebra danios
     
  2. Butterfly

    ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    Just watch the tetras and make sure they don't pick on her. The danios are pretty fast at feeding time so see if she gets enough to eat. Otherwise I don't see a problem with it.
    The pleco won't hurt her either.
    Carol
     
  3. OP
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    fish_r_friendWell Known MemberMember

    cool il save one form those torcher chambers  ;D ;D :D :D
    (stupid little cups :mad:)
     
  4. atmmachine816

    atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    well to be honest the female bettas arent really advertised and sold for the torture chambers its mostly the male ones
     
  5. OP
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    fish_r_friendWell Known MemberMember

    the ones at my lfs are
     
  6. atmmachine816

    atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    o the ones at mine are in a complete tank like all the other fish
     
  7. EmpPlecoWell Known MemberMember

    same here -- they are all in one big tank together at my LFS> They are so little and cute :)
     
  8. 0morrokh

    0morrokhFishlore VIPMember

    Yes!! Another person who has figured out what bowls really are! ( :mad: :mad: :mad:DIE, STUPID BOWLS!!!!! :mad: :mad:)
    Watch the Serpaes as they tend to be fin-nippers, but then again females tend to be a lot faster and shorter-finned than the males, so you shouldn't have a problem. Make sure you have some floating plants for her to hide in. If you don't want real ones, secure a fake plant to the side of the tank at the top.
     




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