Wow....I did it! I broke up Steve and Tony!
well since I had recently got three surprises that came with plants; two Male Endler's and one female Endler's so I had them in my 10 gallon split with Aero and Mercury and the three little ones were in the middle. But I recently found out that my 10 gallon is sitting pretty at 5.5 pH
I was like WAAAHHHHHTTTT??? crazy! I think it was the driftwood so I took that out. ANWYAY!
So I decided to put Steve in the split 10, take away the divider and put the Endler's in with Tony since he doesn't give a rats-ass about anything and so far the only thing he wanted to do with the Endler's was get the flake that was sitting at the bottom of their cup and hasn't touched them since they came out! He's such a good boy! Oh I also found a Ramshorn snail in there too
THEY LIVE!!! lol we'll see how long this one lasts
So I'm pretty sure I found that Steve is branching again so he could very well end up a DeT or HM! There go my skills XD And Tony definitely has four ray's as well, so if they're from the same spawn then they'll probably be the same tail type which is just so interesting!
So I didn't get many pictures of Tony today because I was too fascinated with Steve lol and then I got a video of Aero and Steve flaring to each other
Here's the beautiful boy!
I died when I saw this picture! haha
And my lovely baby Tony
Upgraded to the Big Boy Tank!
Checking out the gravel and eating some left over flakes lol, he's such a pig!
Checking out his new neighbor, Mercury!
He's spotted Aero!
Aero and Steve for comparison! *swoon* oh my baby has grown up!!!
Aero's lovely flare but Steve didn't seem to care (<---lol that rhymed)
"Am I doing this right mommy?"
And the 5.5 as it stands now. lol that ornament, I swear it's the Betta-hood of the traveling ornament XD It's literally been in every single tank that I own! Including the 1 gallon and the 2.5! The Endler's are now in the tank and doing well although the original one that I had taken out to QT, I don't think he's going to make it. He's not diseased but it looks like the change from 7.2 (store pH) down to 5.5 pH did a number on him because he was fine when I brought him home. So I don't think he'll live too much longer unfortunately.
And if you want to meet Blue Spot, Orange Spot and Baby Spot, check out my Regular Betta Log! lilnaugrim's Betta Fish Journal
I'll be updating soon with more pictures!