Tank Divider

Discussion in 'Freshwater Tank Equipment' started by Les Miz <3, May 27, 2018.

  1. Les Miz <3

    Les Miz <3Valued MemberMember

    Hi! :)
    So I want to make a tank divider to separate 5+ platy from a male fighting fish in a 120L tank

    The dimensions are 61 cm x 48 cm x 51 cm (l x w x h)

    Does anyone have any suggestions for how to make a tank divider that he can’t see through, that fits the tank?

    *edit* they do not currently live with a fighting fish, he is in his own tank :)
  2. Fanatic

    FanaticFishlore VIPMember

    I would use rigid plastic, and you can drill holes for water flow.
    My personal favorite for dividers is the LifeWithPets brand, it's solid plastic and fits tightly.
  3. NYFishGuy

    NYFishGuyValued MemberMember

    I have 4 platy and a betta and they get along pretty well in a 10 gallon.
    I do have a good amount of live plants and rocks/wood in the tank for hiding spots.
    The betta will chase platy's that are too close but not always, also gets tired /bored / finds something else pretty quick while doing figure 8's chasing a platy under and over decorations.
    I saw more aggression in a male platy chasing a new smaller female who learned to stand her ground and since he doesn't show the same aggression.

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