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Old 07-30-2013, 03:22 PM   #1 
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I have a question. I added a betta to my tank Saturday. So here's the question... I baffled my filter and now have almost no surface movement. Would that mess things up for my tank and co2 distribution?
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What size of tank? What do you have in there now?
I find having a bubbler in the background, not only adds a neat soft look to the tank (I use an adjustable valve to moderate the amount) also helps with the CO2. Live plants also help aid in getting the "good stuff" to other fish, who, unlike bettas, are in higher demand of oxygen.

Personally I would worry more about an overstocked tank not getting what they need.
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It's a 10 gallon, betta and 3 albino cories. Not overstocked, has plenty of plants. Posted a picture if you check my recent posts you can see it. I do have a powerhead but it's attached to my co2 reactor and don't think it does much as far as for movement so may try an airstone.
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