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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-14-2014, 12:55 PM
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-16-2014, 05:12 PM Thread Starter
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I'm really look for just a list of fish to choose from
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You could have a huge school of cory cats! I think cories are adorable. Tons of colorful snails, definitely; you'll want some tank cleaners. Shrimp are an obvious choice.

You could probably get away with guppies if it's well-planted enough. Or barbs, danios, tetras, that sort of thing, as long as you give them enough cover. But you probably don't want to stock as much of anything that bites fins as you normally would, because of the betta.

If you wanted, that would be a really good tank for a sorority. That's another option.

Want to see what you do with this!
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if it's well planted you could probably fit some fish that usually wouldn't go with the betta Like guppies danios snails but i would still avoid males because they will eventually get to each other and fight corys will be great for that tank who knows you might get an "oops" spawn from those cats

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UPDATE:when I got the tank it was long and tall as a hundred gallon tank but it was not long as one and it's just a 60 gallon tank I will be opening a new thread
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