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Thread: Hi There

  1. Default Hi There


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    Hey, I'm Setsuna.
    I live in Victoria, Australia. My soon to be brother and sister in law bought me a tank as a house warming present.

    I used to breed Betta Splendens (Siamese Fighters) in a cold water tank (the water had no heating, but the tank was kept in a warm room), and goldfish.

    The tank is 29cm wide x 30cm long x 60cm high (approx 1' widex 1'long x 2'high). as I have no income at the moment, it hasnt been setup, however, I thought I would use this time to research the types of fish I'm wanting in it and work out how I want it to be setup.

    So far I have decided I will have:
    1 male Betta Sp.
    2 Khulie Loaches
    3 Hillstream Loaches (aka borneo suckers, butterfly loach)
    1 African Butterfly fish
    1 male Guppy
    2 female Guppies

    I am debating about whether I should get some platies, or more guppies but as I said, this tank is a while off getting setup, so I've got time to work things out.

    I am aware of the Betta Sp. tendancy to aggresion, but in my experiance, I have never had a Betta attack a fish of a different species and vice versa.

    Anyhow, I think I've rambled on enough ^_^

    Sayonara

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    0 Not allowed!
    Welcome
    A couple of those fish can be a bit sensetive.

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