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post #11 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-20-2012, 08:59 AM
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I've never trusted angels with bettas o.o One in the store had about 6 angels in with a betta.... or, what was left of the betta. Poor guy had no fins left.

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post #12 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-21-2012, 05:48 PM
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Take off Galaxy Rasboras. They are cold water fish for under 75F.

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Are you sure I've checked multiple places and they say around 78

16 gallon - 11 neon tetras, 6 Pygmy cories, 6 kuhli loaches and 1 male Betta
15 gallon - 1 male Betta, 3 platies, and 5 guppies
6 gallon - 1 male Betta

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In My Opinion a Betta deserves nothing smaller than a 5 gallon tank
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Galaxy rasboras are cold water fish 68-75 is usual, however they can withstand up to 80 like many fish. Just, they live better and healthier in colder temps.

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Hm, actually no.. one site says under 75F but seriously fish says 68-79F.
http://www.fishkeepingonline.info/20...asbora-sp.html
http://www.seriouslyfish.com/profile...itatus&id=1079

What sites are you using? I really want these guys for my 10gal.

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I found one saying 68-80.

Their natural habitat rarely reaches 24 celsius, and they are also known as the celestial pearl danio
http://www.aqua-fish.net/show.php?h=galaxyrasbora

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Fishforums.net and tropicalfishkeeping.com but if they ae cool water fish then they must be like how guppies can live in a heated aquarium but will do better with temps like around 74

16 gallon - 11 neon tetras, 6 Pygmy cories, 6 kuhli loaches and 1 male Betta
15 gallon - 1 male Betta, 3 platies, and 5 guppies
6 gallon - 1 male Betta

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Basically I know so many fish including minnows that "can" live in warmer temperatures, but they are better off in colder water sometimes it is hard to know!

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Do you think warm water would shorten their lives?

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Yes,

16 gallon - 11 neon tetras, 6 Pygmy cories, 6 kuhli loaches and 1 male Betta
15 gallon - 1 male Betta, 3 platies, and 5 guppies
6 gallon - 1 male Betta

All planted tanks

In My Opinion a Betta deserves nothing smaller than a 5 gallon tank
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