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  1. #61

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    In a 20gal Long, you can probably house about 5 rabbit snails. You could do more, if you had babies, but they utilize the entire tank, dig in the substrate if you have sand, and get to be about 3" long.

    If the Betta doesn't get along with the snail, rehome the snail. It probably won't be a problem, though. Rabbit Snails are big enough to not look as appetizing as some other smaller snails, like pond snails.

    It will be fine with the ram/platy & tetras.
    Adventures in Aquaria - The KevinVA Story

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    my lfs doesn't have a rabbit snail :(.
    i am now looking toward a assassin.
    so again how many in a 10 gallon. i was thinking 3?
    and anything i need to buy to feed them?
    i hear some people say, "i kept a goldfish in a bowl and it lived for a year."
    they don't know how lucky they were and all goldfish live at least 15 years in proper conditions.
    that is equal to saying my human lived in his closet for 5 years!

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    also do they need sand or fine gravel?
    because i have a course gravel that looks like pebbles/
    i hear some people say, "i kept a goldfish in a bowl and it lived for a year."
    they don't know how lucky they were and all goldfish live at least 15 years in proper conditions.
    that is equal to saying my human lived in his closet for 5 years!

  4. #64

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    Assassin snails prefer sand, because they like to burrow into it like rabbit snails, but they'll do fine without it. 3 would be fine in a 10gal, too. Keep in mind, though, that you won't be able to add any other snails to the tank, since assassins will likely kill them.
    Adventures in Aquaria - The KevinVA Story

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    IMG_0133 edit.jpg
    this is what i got so far.
    i plan to add a few small plants in the front, and a huge plant in the back to kinda flow over the others.
    my betta is doing well after recovering from pop eye due to high nitrates.
    nothing a water change can't fix!
    i don't want to get snails anymore because my gravel is really course.
    do you think it looks good?
    what would you do to make it better?
    thanks
    i hear some people say, "i kept a goldfish in a bowl and it lived for a year."
    they don't know how lucky they were and all goldfish live at least 15 years in proper conditions.
    that is equal to saying my human lived in his closet for 5 years!

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    maybe a background?
    i hear some people say, "i kept a goldfish in a bowl and it lived for a year."
    they don't know how lucky they were and all goldfish live at least 15 years in proper conditions.
    that is equal to saying my human lived in his closet for 5 years!

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    Anyone?!?!
    i hear some people say, "i kept a goldfish in a bowl and it lived for a year."
    they don't know how lucky they were and all goldfish live at least 15 years in proper conditions.
    that is equal to saying my human lived in his closet for 5 years!

  8. #68

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    Backgrounds are good for fish - from what I've read it helps keep them feeling secure.

    I have a background on my larger tank that wraps around the sides. I spray painted the back and sides of my QT black.
    46 gal fw tank with black skirt tetras, neon tetras, spotted corys, cherry barbs, otoclinus, snails & 4 amano shrimp - plastic & live plants
    5 gal QT
    Remember: Our job is to take care of the water our fish live in

  9. #69

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    Agreed. I'd place a black background on that bad boy. Otherwise, the plants and substrate are looking great. The black will make the colors of the plants/fish pop out, plus, as suggested, your fish won't be as stressed (in theory).
    Adventures in Aquaria - The KevinVA Story

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