Really? Won’t they be aggressive with the betta I have now?Killies said:If you’re looking for something more exotic, maybe betta pallifina or betta unimaculata, completely different species from the splendid betta.
I think the mollies I have grow to about 3 inches. Are cories catfish?SouthAmericanCichlids said:Mollie, imo, need a 30g tank, though I believe hi-fin mollies can be in a smaller tank I think. Without the mollies you could probably have 7 tetras and 7 cories. With them you could just have the cories.
Very cool! I’ll definitely look at housing one of those. What’s your opinion on shrimp? I would really like one of those cherry shrimp in my tank but only if it’s safe for them.SouthAmericanCichlids said:There are tons of varieties. Orange laser, bronze, exclamation point, sterbai, among many others.
Oh ok, thank you!Killies said:Well, that was a picture of a male, and it’s really rare for males to attack females.
Yikes! Nevermind thenKillies said:If you really want cherry shrimp, I don’t know if it would be wise to get cories or the wild bettas. The cories would pick off the babies, and the wild betta would just eat all of them in a day.
They would get eaten by the betta.Tunaboy said:Very cool! I’ll definitely look at housing one of those. What’s your opinion on shrimp? I would really like one of those cherry shrimp in my tank but only if it’s safe for them.
Hm I could do that, I have an extra 10 gallon tank that could work.Killies said:Yeah, dwarf shrimp are at the bottom of the food chain, because basically everything eats them. If possible, you could do a shrimp only tank, but I find that a bit boring.