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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-08-2012, 01:00 AM Thread Starter
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snales, and bottom feeders

i want to put some snails or tank cleaning bottom feeders into my tank. my tank is sand with natural plants.

are there any snails, bottom feeders, or other tank cleaning fish that can be put in with Betta?
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-08-2012, 01:03 AM
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It depends on the size of your tank. How many Gallons is it?

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It depends on the size of your tank. How many Gallons is it?
10, i can put a pic of the current tank.. its kinda bare atm tho just set it up about 10 hours ago, when the plants come in is when i wanna get a snaile or somthing in that matter
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Any thing will do,but not algae eater.I tried it,his fins got ripped by the algae eater.

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If I might make a suggestion .. If you get a snail, zebra nerites make awesome algae eaters and they won't spawn like crazy (they have male and female)..

Careful of ramshorn snails or pond snails, they don't need a mate to spawn (like the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park) ..
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any old nerite would work, there are tons of awesome patterns actually! and if two nerites get put together and eggs do pop up, they wont hatch as they need brackish/salt water to hatch.

and nerites are really cute!

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Don't get mystery snails. One missed egg clutch and you'll have a population boom.
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