Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: In a galaxy far far away...
Ok... First of, that would WAY over stock the tank...
Male and female Bettas can NOT live together!!! Never put them together unless breeding! And breeding needs years of experience...
Bettas sometimes don't tolerate guppys as well... As for the Glofish, they need schools of at least 6, and are a little nippy. Also, because of their bright coloring the Betta might attack them, and even more so with the guppys.
What you could do is maybe 5-7 Neon Tetras and your Betta, but tetras can be nippy too.
But I recommend 6-7 pygmy corys, and your male Betta. Cory catfish are great tank mates for Bettas, and the pygmys are small, so you fit a proper school without overstocking the tank. You could probably add the snails too.
I'm really sorry if I sound rude, but that not an ideal set-up, and I don't want your fish getting hurt, and/or you waking up to dead fish one morning.
Also, one other thing. As Luimeril said, Bettas don't really get lonely. I thought my Betta Fin was lonely, so I got him some Cory friends, but it didn't work out...
Hope this helps.
Torch - (Technically sister's) - Male HM multicolor
Zane - Male DBHM White/blue-green marble
Regina - Female Delta Purple/red grizzle multicolor
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Last edited by Jessicatm137; 05-06-2012 at 08:15 PM.