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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-23-2011, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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Cardinal tetras are fun. I have 6, and it's really cool when they come up for food.so in my 10 gallon, I have six cardinals, and one male betta!
Cardinal tetras are pretty..I was thinking ember tetras though because they are the smallest tetras..They only get to be about .75-.80 inch. I believe dwarf rasboras get to be about the same size.They stay pretty small..

I may just wait until I get my 29 gallon up and running..maybe I will have a big tank full of dwarf cories and dwarf rasboras..and ember tetras..

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I would stick with just the cories. You should add one more cory instead :)
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If i were you I wouldn't get anymore, however if you made room, a school of harlequins would work :) I had some previously, they are quite funny to watch
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If i were you I wouldn't get anymore, however if you made room, a school of harlequins would work :) I had some previously, they are quite funny to watch
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Thanks! I have my29 gallon up and running now..I may get some for that tank instead.

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I had h. rasboras once with a betta and they did fine. But I have to say the more room you have the larger the school can be the more fun it is to watch them.


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I lied, that was when I got em. Now I hate them! They nipped my guy's fins!!!!!!

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anyone know if platys or guppies would do ok in a 29 gallon with a betta?

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