I need some "outsider" opinions on how to stock all these tanks. The good news is, I have a lot of extra tanks. The bad news is, I have too many bettas, and want *less* tanks. Tanks to work with: 3 gallon MarineLand Eclipse 10 gallon 5 gallon FBH 35 gallon (Approximate guess, based on approximate dimensions) Fish: 2 male VT betta (both community friendly) 1 male HM betta (not community friendly) 1 Clown Pleco 7-ish Endlers (mixed sex) 1 female BN Pleco RCS (need separate tank) 3 ADFs I have filters and heaters for all these tanks, so thats not an issue. So far, the only idea I have is dividing the 10 gallon, and putting the two bettas in there, but then, that boots the Clown Pleco from the 10 gallon, meaning him and the BN would have to share the 35 gallon. I have plenty of driftwood, terra cotta pots, etc to create territories and such. The only full on request I have is a tank just for RCS. They will we distributed amongst the other tanks, and I need a breeding tank so that I can replenish the population of the other tanks, and keep the population in the breeding tank down. I need to stock these tanks in a way that puts me at having the fewest tanks possible! I even turned down a free, gorgeous betta because I so much so need to cut down on the tanks! :O Anyways, hit me your best shots! *edit* Editing to ask about this: 5.5 gallon: 5 Least Killifish RCS So that removes the betta and ADFs from that tank. So now we have 3 bettas on the list up there, and no Killies. I've adjusted the list above, as well, to fit this. *edit2* Updated 5.5 gallon stock again. This adds 3 ADFs to the list up there. Also removed the 2 Kritter Keepers.