temperament of Betta - how can you tell??
Hi - I have a 75 gallon tank with 3 danios, 1 minnow, tetras (1 neon, 4 rummynose, 6 lemons), 3 gold barbs, rosy barbs (1 male/1 female), 3 platys and no one nips at each other and the tank is pretty peaceful. (not a lot of chasing going on)...question, I have a male betta who is very healthy and active in his 3 gallon tank..I put him next to the 75 gallon so he could see other fish and he immediately built a bubble nest. he seems to really enjoy looking at the other fish....question is...how do I tell what his temperament is? I have read a lot about mixing fish and it depends on their temperament, but does being active mean aggressive? What would be the best way to introduce him to the tank if I did? I have a lot of fake plants and fake wood, real wood, natural looking tank and it isn't overstocked. Should I put a floating betta log in the 75 gallon to give him a "territory"? He is just a very active betta (only rests at night as far as I can see) and again, wondering if it means his temperament is aggressive. Any advice would be great! Thanks!