this is mine! It really does look much better in person; my lighting is just DREADFUL!
Okay so the tank: so sorry about the glare! And please ignore the 2 cups floating at the top...those are just 2 babies that I am trying to save right now and they are being kept warm and clean this way...
And the girls: There are 4, unless you count the other 2 babies that I am trying to rescue..Actually all of the bettas in here are rescues and are all still growing
Betta #1: a rescue from such a filthy cup you couldn't see through it...she was very sick but she is thriving now! She is one of the sweetest most docile ones
Betta #2: Also a rescue...She is one of the sweetest, most docile ones along with the red cambodian...she is also the smallest and likes hanging around the cories
Betta #3: Rescued as a baby...very sick, very tiny...I raised her and she is now a part of my sorority
Betta #4: Also rescued as a baby...she is the biggest one in there so far
Aww what the heck...these new rescues are technically part of this tank right now... Bettas #4 and #5...extremely sick, but I am doing the best I can
. Is your tank all bare and thin, or heavily decorated? ~Heavily planted
. Post individual pictures of all your females, also mention the alpha. ~No distinct alpaha; they are all still very young...I was having issues between the two that I raised from babies, but I cupped them for a few days and floated them in the tank exactly like I have the 2 new rescue babies now and they all get along fine and dandy now
. How many females do you have in there, any tank mates?
~I have 4 females in there, not including the two in the cups... ~Tank mates include 1 balloon molly that I bred a long time ago, 4 amano shrimp, 5 pygmy cories, and about 5 or 6 assassin snails
This thread is great! I'm looking forward to what happens!