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Old 05-21-2009, 08:06 PM   #101 
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haha. Arriel is putting on a game....She is freezing and floating up to the top everytime Jasper shows of to her...Lol
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Old 05-21-2009, 08:06 PM   #102 
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Yah that would probably work. I think dmhalfmoon on here breeds in 2g's sometimes and then moves them like that. Personally I would rather use a 10g because my Petco sells them cheaper than 5g's even 2g's, so more room for less price just sounds like a win to me
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Go with the 10 gallon.
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Old 05-21-2009, 08:10 PM   #104 
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Well. I dont know.......Dmhalfmoon stated that she bred in a 2 gallon then moved when the fry were 3 weeks old....My first spawn in the 10 gallon made alot of work for Nepolean because they were falling all over the tank...And If I use a 5 gallon dont you think it would help the male keep the babies healthy by blowing them up into the nest.......
Also I bought a new book by Robetr J Goldsteain. He stated that most breeders he has come across bred their bettas in a smaller tank then mover the fry into a bigger growout tank
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And I also had the worst time tryong to get that tank clean...
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Old 05-21-2009, 08:16 PM   #106 
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I say if you can get your hands on a 10g use that, but if you cant get one or it would makeit more difficult then go ahead and use the 5, how many fry did your last pair have?

Remember at 3-4 weeks they are still kind of small so moving them might cause issues.
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You can control the amount of fry you have by removing the female before all her eggs are released and fertilized.
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Remember at 3-4 weeks they are still kind of small so moving them might cause issues.
I agree.
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Old 05-21-2009, 08:20 PM   #109 
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OKay okay!!! I give uppppppp......I will use the ten gallon...uhhh
And the fertilized about 80+ possibily 100....
Do you think I should put Arriel back in her tank with Pearl, because I dont want her to be stressed all night..
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As long as they are separated they should be fine.
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