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I, also, just ordered a couple things to see if they would help with maintaining my plants. And here they are:
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Wow, it looks amazing! I have a 10 gallon that I'm going to be dividing soon. I am now sold on the double dividers with the filter and heater in the middle. Also live plants. It just looks so much better and is more natural.

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Hey I have those planting tools as well! They help a lot, though I prefer my straight tweezers over the bent ones, but the bent helps in hard to reach areas.

I love the amount of plants in the tank. I am sure the bettas appreciate it.


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Wow, it looks amazing! I have a 10 gallon that I'm going to be dividing soon. I am now sold on the double dividers with the filter and heater in the middle. Also live plants. It just looks so much better and is more natural.
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Hey I have those planting tools as well! They help a lot, though I prefer my straight tweezers over the bent ones, but the bent helps in hard to reach areas.

I love the amount of plants in the tank. I am sure the bettas appreciate it.
Which straight tweezers did you get? I was looking into that, also.
And they do love the plants! Especially, the floating water sprite that has only been in there a short time. They have been making constant bubble nests!


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I believe it was these, cheap but they are super nice and look like Fluvals, as in the metal. It took a while to get here but Fluvals work well. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Aquarium-Pla...item46064b6076

PS Amazon is the best, I have Prime so I get fast shipping for free!


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PS Amazon is the best, I have Prime so I get fast shipping for free!
So do I...lol!


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