Join Date: May 2013
Location: Massachusetts, U.S.
A small shoal of Cories would do fine in a ten gallon. That's what I have with my Betta boy n_n Though a small species, like Pygmy Cories is recommended. Mine are a bit larger so I'm a little overstocked, but I keep up with water changes well enough that they're doing pretty well. I recommend getting small ones if you can, though. They should be in groups of about 5 at least, though. People say 3 is good, but I honestly don't think that's enough. Ghost shrimp are good little cleaners too, but make sure to get large ones or they will quickly get eaten up by an adult betta.
2 Boys: Benedict (VT), Ramses (King PK) 3 Girls: Gylfie, Sonata, Alice (all VT) 5 Cory Catfish: Sherlock, Watson, Mycroft, Howard, Gimpy