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Thread: Betta Overload

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    While discussing Betta-addiction in my intro thread, I decided to post pics of the Bettas I have kept, along with their setups.

    I am a firm believe that Bettas need filtered, heated setups. All of my Betta tanks had Duetto50s (if a 5.5g tank) or Duetto100s (if a 10g tank) and old-style stealth heaters (not the new ones that sometimes explode). I use live, low light plants, driftwood, and Indian almond leafs to achieve soft, tannin stained water.

    First up, Apollo. He was the first Betta I kept after learning proper fishkeeping skills. He was a huge, very docile and sweet dalmation veil tail:

    Apollo's eventual home (5.5g)

    He was kept in a 10g tank. I attempted a divided 10g tank with male bettas on each side and Corydoras habrosus on the bottom, with tiny holes cut for the cories, but the betta who shared the tank with Apollo (a smaller but more fiesty male) managed to squeeze through the tiny opening and tried to attack him. Luckily, I was watching at the time.

    Both bettas were moved to their own tank.
    Last edited by nikelodeon79; 01-21-2012 at 03:55 PM.

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    Next, Hercules (n/k/a Rio). He was a very aggressive, feisty little male that couldn't be trusted in a divided or community tank.

    My little cousin (she was three at the time) fell in love with him so I purchased a 5g tank for her and set it up with all sorts of garish decor that little girls love. Since her mom was a fan of Bettas in vases, I continue to maintain the tank so he gets regular water changes.

    The awful, ugly home that the little girl adores for her betta:

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    Poseidan came next. He started in a 10g with some black neon tetras:

    It was a good setup, but I eventually decided to only keep bettas singly, so he was moved to his own 5.5g tank.

    He ended up with the longest fins I've ever seen on a veil tail:

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    Ares was my first crowntail, and my first copper. I called him "Mr. Flarey Face."

    His home, a 5.5g:

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    THEN I discovered Aquabid, and had a few Bettas imported from Thailand.

    First off, Achilles, an orange dragon HMPK:

    His home:

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    Morpheus, a red dragon butterfly HM:

    His home:

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