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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-09-2008, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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so i have my crowntail betta with 4 ghost shrimp and 2 anemic looking killifish i saved from petsmart...their looking better. Nice yellow red and blue coloration coming out...also bought a java fern, argentine sword and a gold ribbon

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the neon tetras nip at the betas fins
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From my experience, my betta co-habitated with glowlight tetras and amano shrimp. Everyone got along great. I was advised that glowlights would be less nippy than neons, and are a good size for my 6g tank.
Every betta is different, so it's not guaranteed. Good luck with yours !
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mollies are good to have with a betta
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mollies are good to have with a betta
I heard that mollies will attack the betta...
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betta compatible

is there anyway to see pictures of all those different fish? I want to put in neons and hear conflicting stories...guess the best thing is to put a couple in, and watch to see what happens... You should be able to tell immediately if there is going to be a problem right? In other words, if they don't nip at each other from the beginning, they shouldn't do it later on...
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Depending on how big your betta is and how small your neons are, the neons could very well go missing.
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betta compatible

Thank you...I guess I'll try to get some bigger ones and give it a try...
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