Santiago's Tank

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Fanatic, Apr 10, 2018.

  1. FanaticFishlore VIPMember

    Here's a photo of my newly refurbished 2.5 gallon tank, for my crowntail Santiago.
    I really love it! The photo doesn't capture the warm lighting like I wanted, but it's pretty anyway :)

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    Some might have conflicting opinions on whether I should be able to keep a crowntail in a 2.5 gallon, but he is very docile and slow. I have kept many a betta in this size and never had a single problem for me or the fish in general.

    I hope you like the new tank :)
     
  2. LorekeeperWell Known MemberMember

    Nice tank!

    I'd personally say that 2.5 gallon is the bare minimum, but I kept a crowntail in a 2.5 without any issue. Longer-tailed bettas tend to not like to move a ton anyway (some do!), so no issue there as long as you keep water quality up. Bigger is better, of course!
     
  3. FanaticFishlore VIPMember

    I wouldn't go lower, I just like 2.5 gallons because they are compact and easy to transport.
     
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