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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-21-2012, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Post your planted divided betta tanks!

I want to get some ideas what to put/ make it look natural but divided. The tank will be ten gallon and the whisper 10 gal & a sponge filter will be in the middle of the tank.

It'd be helpful if you post some pics and once I get done with this divided ten gallon, I'll be sure to post the pictures!

This tank only house two bettas but divided in two ways. (: 5 gallon per betta fish... right? lol.



Any advice will be appreciated! (:

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5 gallons is good.
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5 gallons is PLENTY for a single betta....the "divided ten" is one of the standard enclosures most betta owners use. i know some people will divide a ten into two 2.5's with a 5g in the middle, with a plakat in the 5, and long-fins on either side. it's beautiful, but i'd be worried keeping them that way...too many dangerous variables at play.

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5 each is not plenty it is just great and I would worry about dividing too that is why I built the ten.
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5 gallons is PLENTY for a single betta....the "divided ten" is one of the standard enclosures most betta owners use. i know some people will divide a ten into two 2.5's with a 5g in the middle, with a plakat in the 5, and long-fins on either side. it's beautiful, but i'd be worried keeping them that way...too many dangerous variables at play.

I'll be housing a female betta and a plakat in a dvided tank.

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