Hmm, then do you think when the bettas start to eat guppy fry (because they WILL have more babies, ugh, not my choice lol) they will try to eat/attack the adult guppies? Because so far the male, who has been with the guppies for like 3 months now, has been fine around them. I even managed to rescue three fry and I raised them and put them back with the male and the guppies when they where only about half an inch long, but the guppies and male treated them like part of the "community" lol.
Two of those fry ended up being male guppies so the male betta I guess was slowly acclimated to the male presence as they grew and that is why they don't fight, but I may be wrong. Their tails started showing the male flowy-ness about two-three weeks ago and for about a week now have been developing iridescence. They will probably look like full blown males in about two weeks, so we will see then.
So far everyone is getting along. The male will occasionally chase the females and flare at them, but they never lose color or develop stress stripes, it is almost like they are flirting. It has been less than a week though so I am still keeping a very sharp eye on them, I know everything can change in an instance.
The females are having fun schooling with the guppies though, and the male looks like he is patrolling the tank. The cories just swim around goofily, and I never see my tiger pleco. Snails are fine, as are the few shrimp. The shrimp have gotten so big, a full two inches and bright, bright red.
Will post pics soon, hopefully today.