Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Beautiful high desert area of S. California
He's finally eating almost anything I put in there. I guess he finally realized its food. I trained him without even trying to by swishing a finger in the water, and he would come over, curious to see what I was doing, and then I'd release a tiny pinch of either pellets or frozen food. He got used to this routine, and now he knows it means mealtime when I wave my finger back and forth in the water. I guess we all have our ways! Whatever works! Thanks for the suggestions.
10 gallon- 8 Harlequin Rasboras, 1 female betta.
20 gallonH - 1 Peacock Gudgeon, 2 Skunk Cories, 1 Sparkling Gourami. , one male betta, 2 nerite snails.
55 gallon - 3 Turquoise Rainbows, 1 Boesemani Rainbow, 2 Australian Rainbow, 4 Gold Dust mollies, 1 L. Dorsigera, 2 White Cloud Mountain Minnows, 1 Honey Gourami, 3 Cherry barb, 1 Koi Angelfish, 4 female betta.