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- 1 year
So I have a 30 gallon tank with 1 male Blue Betta and a 8 gallon tank with 5 Female Betta Sorority with no issues. Recently I moved a single female Betta which looked a little bloated into the 30 gallon tank to keep the male Betta company. He quickly made a bubble nest and the female swam around him and he tried remaking his bubble next time and time again. He finally gave up, and having such large fins, hes not the fastest of swimmers. They share the tank with 6 harlequine rasporas, a mystery snail, 6 mollies, 5 ocasiclids, 1 albino bristlenose pleco, and 10 ghost shrimps in a planted tank. The male just hangs in his corner now, so I introduced another betta from the sorority 8 gallon tank. So far everyone is getting along. The females now have someone to swim with and male is content to be lodged in the plants.