I guess I'll add some of my setups for now. I have a 10 gallon with filter and heater that currently a green tiger barb, pleco, and one of my females call home. She's in the breeder net since I had her recouping from a serority gone wrong. The beneficial bacteria and perfect pH of this cycled tank is the best way to heal minor fin issues so far. Plus, my little barb absolutely loves playing hide-and-go seek with the my bettas. Silly thing. This girl seems to play right back which is pretty cool. She rarely EVER has fear stripes anymore since meeting him, and she was scared of everything before. If I wasn't so scared of them nipping each other, I'd let them in together. But, probably not gonna happen.
I want to replace all of the plants with live ones one day, but I haven't decided on which ones just yet.
This is my 'hospital tank' right now. I'm using to cure some fin rot from a bad fish-sitting experience. But it's got one live plant so far and Draco absolutely LOVES it. He keeps playing in and out of the wide leaves and hides under them from his girlfriend in the next tank. They're so cute when they tease each other by peaking around leaves and then hiding again. Luke shy little kids meeting each other. (They've been near each other for quite a while now and are not actually scared of each other, I assure you.) Neither one gets fear stripes anymore and actually look depressed when they're apart. Lol. Maybe they can breed one day. Maybe. Right now I think she's helping him stay positive while he recovers. (2.75 gallons, currently no filter cartridge in the filter, just an aerator until he's done with meds.)
And then my little girl in her 1.5 gallon vase. She used to freak out with all the space in there, but now that I have the new silk plant in there, she couldn't be happier. She hides inthe big leaves and seems to play hide-and-go seek with me when I get home. I'll walk up, she'll zip up to me, and then hide right away, peeking around the leaves at me. If I keep watching, she'll keep popping back and forth. But if I walk away, she comes up to the glass and just watches me with the droopiest, most pathetic look I've ever seen on her little body and slowly sinks down the the bottom. scared me the first couple of times, but when I come back, she'll go right back to her little game. Frickin adorable! Lol.
And here she's following my finger. I love it when they do that!